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Item6018: GMTIME{}% does not return the right value for $week in ISO8601

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In ISO 8601, the week with the first thursday in january is defined as the first week. The functions %GMTIME{"$week"}%, %DISPLAYTIME{"$week"}% %SERVERTIME{"$week"}% gave $week=53 for the date 2007-12-31, which is the american standard (for bookkeepers, I heared) and not ISO 8601.

The JSCalenderContrib returns "01" for the format variables %U %V %W for the date 2007-21-31, which is right.

-- TWiki:Main/WolfgangRaus - 24 Sep 2008

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Summary GMTIME{}% does not return the right value for $week in ISO8601
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.WolfgangRaus
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SVN Range TWiki-5.0.0, Tue, 23 Sep 2008, build 17539
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Topic revision: r1 - 2008-09-24 - WolfgangRaus
 
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