Sorry, I've created a new patch, because in my previous one I've
forgotten to correct the day mode too.
The problem happens in day mode as well as in week mode, even
if the week wasn't between two months.
Sorry for the incoveninence, you'll find the new patch attached
to this message.
On Sun, Jun 04, 2000 at 11:20:34AM +0200, Jerome ALET wrote:
here's a patch for the Calendar 0.9.10 product.
The Calendar product doesn't cut the month names
correctly in regard to these entities, especially
in week mode when a week was between two months.
--- CalendarTag.py.orig Sun Jun 4 11:09:54 2000
+++ CalendarTag.py Sun Jun 4 13:18:40 2000
@@ -114,6 +114,22 @@
self.week_sday = int(weekdays)
self.week_ndays = int(weekdays)
+def __cutmonthname(self, name, length) :
+"""Cuts the month name at length characters, counting
+character entities for only one character"""
+entityfound = 0
+for i in range(len(name)) :
+if name[i] == '' :
+entityfound = 1
+elif name[i] == ';' :
+entityfound = 0
+if not entityfound :
+length = length - 1
+if not length :
+return name[:i + 1]
def render(self, md):
##time_start = time()
@@ -226,15 +242,15 @@
v['next_url_'] = self.linkDate_(d, mode)
if self.mode == 'day':
-monthname = v['monthnames'][date.month() - 1][:3]
+monthname = self.__cutmonthname(v['monthnames'][date.month() - 1], 3)
left = '%s %d, %d' % (monthname, date.day(), date.year())
v['day_img_'] = 'sday'
v['daynames'] = None
elif self.mode == 'week':
sdow = date - date.dow()
edow = sdow + 6
-smonthname = v['monthnames'][sdow.month() - 1][:3]
-emonthname = v['monthnames'][edow.month() - 1][:3]
+smonthname = self.__cutmonthname(v['monthnames'][sdow.month() - 1], 3)
+emonthname = self.__cutmonthname(v['monthnames'][edow.month() - 1], 3)
left = '%s %d' % (emonthname, edow.year())
if sdow.aMonth() != edow.aMonth():