<i18n dev> Wrong SimpleDateFormat behavior with Japanese Imperial Calendar

Takahiro YAMADA yamadamn at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 13:45:36 UTC 2019


The assignee Pallavi has already given a solution.
I understand the behavior is based on Java 9 onwards.
Sorry for my misunderstanding.

2019年1月7日(月) 22:38 Takahiro YAMADA <yamadamn at gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> I filed a bug of SimpleDateFormat through
> https://bugreport.java.com/bugreport/ .
> And, it is registered as JDK-8216204 (
> https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8216204).
> At first, the assignee misunderstood my intention, and the issue once
> closed with "Not an issue" status.
> Shinya, aka Japanese youngest committer, has helped; so it's reopened.
> Japan is still in the Heisei era, and I'd like to format the initial "H";
> but Java 9 and later (through 13-ea) can't print "H" by SimpleDateFormat.
> Could you follow and resolve this issue?
> --
> Takahiro YAMADA

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