On 10-10-2011 14:39, Romain Diss wrote:

Since a recent upgrade of the beta the \date command give "day+ octobre 2011"
if \mainlanguage[fr] is set. Minimal example:


A rapid search lead me to these lines (560-571) in "lang-def.mkiv":

where the "day+" appears. Several lines further (line 670), one found:
\defineconversion [\s!fr] [\v!day+] [\frordinaldaynumber]

but I have not find any file defining "\frordinaldaynumber" (except "lang-
ita.mkii" for MKII). Is there something to fix in the beta or is there
something I missed ?

does day:mnem work ok?

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