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[openwrt/openwrt.git] / package / util-linux / patches / 000-compile.patch
1 --- a/misc-utils/cal.c
2 +++ b/misc-utils/cal.c
3 @@ -291,41 +291,6 @@ main(int argc, char **argv) {
4 }
5 #endif
6
7 -/*
8 - * The traditional Unix cal utility starts the week at Sunday,
9 - * while ISO 8601 starts at Monday. We read the start day from
10 - * the locale database, which can be overridden with the
11 - * -s (Sunday) or -m (Monday) options.
12 - */
13 -#ifdef HAVE_DECL__NL_TIME_WEEK_1STDAY
14 - /*
15 - * You need to use 2 locale variables to get the first day of the week.
16 - * This is needed to support first_weekday=2 and first_workday=1 for
17 - * the rare case where working days span across 2 weeks.
18 - * This shell script shows the combinations and calculations involved:
19 - *
20 - * for LANG in en_US ru_RU fr_FR csb_PL POSIX; do
21 - * printf "%s:\t%s + %s -1 = " $LANG $(locale week-1stday first_weekday)
22 - * date -d"$(locale week-1stday) +$(($(locale first_weekday)-1))day" +%w
23 - * done
24 - *
25 - * en_US: 19971130 + 1 -1 = 0 #0 = sunday
26 - * ru_RU: 19971130 + 2 -1 = 1
27 - * fr_FR: 19971201 + 1 -1 = 1
28 - * csb_PL: 19971201 + 2 -1 = 2
29 - * POSIX: 19971201 + 7 -1 = 0
30 - */
31 - {
32 - int wfd;
33 - union { unsigned int word; char *string; } val;
34 - val.string = nl_langinfo(_NL_TIME_WEEK_1STDAY);
35 -
36 - wfd = val.word;
37 - wfd = day_in_week(wfd % 100, (wfd / 100) % 100, wfd / (100 * 100));
38 - weekstart = (wfd + *nl_langinfo(_NL_TIME_FIRST_WEEKDAY) - 1) % 7;
39 - }
40 -#endif
41 -
42 yflag = 0;
43 while ((ch = getopt_long(argc, argv, "13mjsyVh", longopts, NULL)) != -1)
44 switch(ch) {