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pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/localization.h:1: + // This file is for the user or installer of pike + // to modify after the local setup.    -  + // Note that you should modify this file + // in pike's source location + // (.../lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/localization.pmod) + // and reinstall, so the byte-compiling gets correct. +  +  +  + // This should be the default calendar. Americans + // use the Gregorian calendar as default - the big + // difference is that the Gregorian calendar starts + // the weeks on sundays, ISO on mondays. + // Programs will probably get confused if this isn't + // a year-month-day calendar, so don't put "Stardate" here. +  + string default_calendar="ISO"; + // string default_calendar="Gregorian"; +  +  + // The timezone name is strings like "Europe/Stockholm" or "UTC". + // There are two magic timezones, "locale", which + // tries to do the best of the situation, and + // "localtime" which uses localtime for rules (slow!). + // + // Check the TZs.h or TZnames.pmod for correct timezone names. + // + // Also note that "CET" or stuff like that shouldn't be + // used unless you mean it - that summer time ruleset + // might not be what you want. +  + string default_timezone="locale"; + // string default_timezone="Europe/Stockholm"; +  +  +  + // The default language to use. This should probably + // not be modified, since more then one program will + // assume the language is english (=ISO). +  + string default_language="ISO"; +  +  +  +  +  +    Newline at end of file added.