DateNames 1.02 (content plug-in)

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DateNames 1.02 (content plug-in)

Post by *Lefteous » 2006-07-22, 18:38 UTC

DateNames 1.02 has been announced here:
http://ghisler.ch/board/viewtopic.php?p=211356#211356


DateNames provides the names of months and days of week of file dates. The three file dates creation date, write date and access date are supported.
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Post by *Sombra » 2006-07-23, 21:51 UTC

Hello Lefteous
Translation to Spanish Here

There is two versions, normal and abbreviate. Abbreviate is short names. The reason: The columns are less long and it allows show more details. :)
I can read English, but... I write like Tarzan. (sorry)

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Post by *Sombra » 2006-07-23, 22:17 UTC

Hi again :)

I have been testing the plugin in custom columns, custom tooltips and search (ALT F7 with plugins) and the plugin work fine, but in multirename tool always is renamed the files in English language.
I can read English, but... I write like Tarzan. (sorry)

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Post by *gbo » 2006-07-24, 06:40 UTC

Sombra wrote:Hi again :)

I have been testing the plugin in custom columns, custom tooltips and search (ALT F7 with plugins) and the plugin work fine, but in multirename tool always is renamed the files in English language.
It is a bug as explained by Lefteous in this thread.

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Post by *Sombra » 2006-07-24, 19:54 UTC

:oops: Opps (always the same)
I can read English, but... I write like Tarzan. (sorry)

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Post by *Lefteous » 2006-07-24, 19:58 UTC

2Sombra
Thanks for your translation :-)


Come on people please support to fix this bug immediately! Ghisler is not yet convinced that this should be fixed. Please post in the thread linked by gbo.

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Post by *petergus » 2006-07-25, 00:40 UTC

Lefteous wrote:Thanks for your translation
Why use languagefiles when you can get translated strings from OS?

If the plugin use the translated OS strings without the use of languagefile the mrt bug is ignored.

// Peter

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Post by *ULTIMA PRIME » 2006-08-20, 20:00 UTC

Polish version:

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[pol]
Month (Creation Date)=Miesiąc (Data utworzenia)
Month (Write Date)=Miesiąc (Data modyfikacji)
Month (Access Date)=Miesiąc (Data dostępu)
Day of Week (Creation Date)=Dzień (Data utworzenia)
Day of Week (Write Date)=Dzień (Data modyfikacji)
Day of Week (Access Date)=Dzień (Data dostępu)
January|February|March|April|May|June|July|August|September|October|November|December=Styczeń|Luty|Marzec|Kwiecień|Maj|Czerwiec|Lipiec|Sierpień|Wrzesień|Październik|Listopad|Grudzień
Sunday|Monday|Tuesday|Wednesday|Thursday|Friday|Saturday=Niedziela|Poniedziałek|Wtorek|Środa|Czwartek|Piątek|Sobota
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Post by *Lefteous » 2006-08-21, 10:08 UTC

DateNames 1.00 released. I have added all translations. Thanks again to all translators.

Download DateNames 1.00

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Post by *ULTIMA PRIME » 2006-08-22, 21:25 UTC

To author: Could you update the Polish translation? It's more compatibile with Microsoft standards, now.

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[pol]
Month (Creation Date)=Miesiąc (Utworzony)
Month (Write Date)=Miesiąc (Zmodyfikowany)
Month (Access Date)=Miesiąc (Ostatnio używany)
Day of Week (Creation Date)=Dzień (Utworzony)
Day of Week (Write Date)=Dzień (Zmodyfikowany)
Day of Week (Access Date)=Dzień (Ostatnio używany)
January|February|March|April|May|June|July|August|September|October|November|December=Styczeń|Luty|Marzec|Kwiecień|Maj|Czerwiec|Lipiec|Sierpień|Wrzesień|Październik|Listopad|Grudzień
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Post by *Lefteous » 2006-08-27, 08:27 UTC

Datenames 1.01 released

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CHANGED		Updated polish translation
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Post by *Lefteous » 2010-10-19, 11:43 UTC

DateNames 1.02 has been released. The new version supports Unicode paths.

http://lefteous.totalcmd.net/tc/archives/datenames/wdx_datenames_1.02.zip

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Post by *timssss » 2011-05-15, 14:27 UTC

I'm trying to configure datenames to show date in TC as windows does
when short date is set to: dd MMM yy (12 Apr 11)

No success yet - what would work?

Thanks

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Post by *HolgerK » 2011-05-15, 14:55 UTC

So difficult to press <F1> while the configure-"Custom columns"-dialog is on screen?
[=pluginname.fieldname.unit:4-7]
Same as above, but for partial strings (here: letters 4-7).
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[=tc.writedate.D] [=datenames.Month (Write Date):1-3] [=tc.writedate.Y]
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Post by *Ovg » 2014-01-06, 16:54 UTC

2Lefteous

I have a problem with v 1.03 - name of month of Write Date don't display at files in archives (internal viewer) regardless of archive type (zip, rar, iso).
My settings:
[=tc.writedate.D]-[=datenames.Month (Write date):1-3]-[=tc.writedate.Y] [=tc.writetime.h:m]

In archive date displays as 15--2012 instead of 15-Nov-2013.(e.g.) With ordinary file/dir plugin work very fine.
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