(Aug 25 2008, from branches/stable/0.9.x)
* Currency symbol definitions that is defined with choice patterns in the
CLDR data are no longer imported, so the symbol code will be used instead.
* Fixed quarter support in date formatting.
* Fixed a serious memory leak that was introduces by the support for CLDR
aliases in 0.9.3 (ticket #128).
* Locale modifiers such as "@euro" are now stripped from locale identifiers
when parsing (ticket #136).
* The system locales "C" and "POSIX" are now treated as aliases for
"en_US_POSIX", for which the CLDR provides the appropriate data. Thanks to
Manlio Perillo for the suggestion.
and concatenated strings.
* The `Translation` class in `babel.support` can now manage catalogs with
different message domains, and exposes the family of `d*gettext` functions
(Jul 9 2008, from branches/stable/0.9.x)
* Fixed invalid message extraction methods causing an UnboundLocalError.
* Extraction method specification can now use a dot instead of the colon to
separate module and function name (ticket #105).
* Fixed message catalog compilation for locales with more than two plural
forms (ticket #95).
* Fixed compilation of message catalogs for locales with more than two plural
forms where the translations were empty (ticket #97).
* The stripping of the comment tags in comments is optional now and
is done for each line in a comment.
* Updated to CLDR 1.6.
* Fixed timezone calculations when formatting datetime and time values.
* Added a `get_plural` function into the plurals module that returns the
correct plural forms for a locale as tuple.
* Added support for alias definitions in the CLDR data files, meaning that
the chance for items missing in certain locales should be greatly reduced
(Feb 4 2008, from branches/stable/0.9.x)
* Fixed catalogs' charset values not being recognized (ticket #66).
* Numerous improvements to the default plural forms.
* Fixed fuzzy matching when updating message catalogs (ticket #82).
* Fixed bug in catalog updating, that in some cases pulled in translations
from different catalogs based on the same template.
* Location lines in PO files do no longer get wrapped at hyphens in file
names (ticket #79).
* Fixed division by zero error in catalog compilation on empty catalogs
(Sep 7 2007, from branches/stable/0.9.x)
* Fixed catalog updating when a message is merged that was previously simple
but now has a plural form, for example by moving from `gettext` to
`ngettext`, or vice versa.
* Fixed time formatting for 12 am and 12 pm.
* Fixed output encoding of the `pybabel --list-locales` command.
* MO files are now written in binary mode on windows (ticket #61).
(Aug 20 2007, from branches/stable/0.9.x)
* The `new_catalog` distutils command has been renamed to `init_catalog` for
consistency with the command-line frontend.
* Added compilation of message catalogs to MO files (ticket #21).
* Added updating of message catalogs from POT files (ticket #22).
* Support for significant digits in number formatting.
* Apply proper "banker's rounding" in number formatting in a cross-platform
* The number formatting functions now also work with numbers represented by
Python `Decimal` objects (ticket #53).
* Added extensible infrastructure for validating translation catalogs.
* Fixed the extractor not filtering out messages that didn't validate against
the keyword's specification (ticket #39).
* Fixed the extractor raising an exception when encountering an empty string
msgid. It now emits a warning to stderr.
* Numerous Python message extractor fixes: it now handles nested function
calls within a gettext function call correctly, uses the correct line number
for multi-line function calls, and other small fixes (tickets #38 and #39).
* Improved support for detecting Python string formatting fields in message
strings (ticket #57).
* CLDR upgraded to the 1.5 release.
* Improved timezone formatting.
* Implemented scientific number formatting.
* Added mechanism to lookup locales by alias, for cases where browsers insist
on including only the language code in the `Accept-Language` header, and
sometimes even the incorrect language code.
(Jul 2 2007, from branches/stable/0.8.x)
* `default_locale()` would fail when the value of the `LANGUAGE` environment
variable contained multiple language codes separated by colon, as is
explicitly allowed by the GNU gettext tools. As the `default_locale()`
function is called at the module level in some modules, this bug would
completely break importing these modules on systems where `LANGUAGE` is set
* The character set specified in PO template files is now respected when
creating new catalog files based on that template. This allows the use of
characters outside the ASCII range in POT files (ticket #17).
* The default ordering of messages in generated POT files, which is based on
the order those messages are found when walking the source tree, is no
longer subject to differences between platforms; directory and file names
are now always sorted alphabetically.
* The Python message extractor now respects the special encoding comment to be
able to handle files containing non-ASCII characters (ticket #23).
* Added 'N_' (gettext noop) to the extractor's default keywords.
* Made locale string parsing more robust, and also take the script part into
account (ticket #27).
* Added a function to list all locales for which locale data is available.
* Added a command-line option to the `pybabel` command which prints out all
available locales (ticket #24).
* The name of the command-line script has been changed from just `babel` to
`pybabel` to avoid a conflict with the OpenBabel project (ticket #34).
(Jun 20 2007, from branches/stable/0.8.x)
* First public release