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Chiffres romains (XXe S.)

Bonjour à tous,

histoire d’insuffler plus de vie au forum en français, je vais essayer de poster régulièrement ici des trucs et astuces pour les utilisateurs francophones de CollectiveAccess, qui rejoindront ensuite le wiki.

La version 1.3 de CollectiveAccess permet d'utiliser pour les francophones un affichage des siècles en chiffres romains. Il suffit de passer à 1 le paramètre useRomanNumeralsForCenturies dans le fichier app/conf/datetime.conf.

Ceci vous permettra de saisir "XVIIe S." dans un champ date de CollectiveAccess. Dès que votre saisie correspondra à un siècle, elle sera également retournée sous cette forme ("1800-1899" => "XIXe S.").
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