Can't configure time.ON test license


I just added for testing the time.ON plugin incl. the test license but when I click on configure in the Plugin Manager I just get a message to do it in the Plugin Manager with a link that leads at last back to the previouse page?

Quite confusing it because it is a circle and I always return to the plugin manager.

I'd like to test it but without configuration I gues it is not possible.

Asking greetings


2 answers

O.k. I took a look at the Java source code and can just say that it is terrible!

As a software developer with now about 20 years experience IMHO I'm able to say that I'm annoyed. All over the source code are fixed date/datetime strings for Java and JavaScript.

And then the "streams-gadget-resources\src\main\resources\js\datejs\globalization\de-DE.js" is wrong!

This is not the right translation for German!

Here is the right one. Take a look especiall at the regexPatterns from "future" to "year", and the future strings, even if they are currently not used. I removed some of the comments over here.

Date.CultureInfo = {
	/* Culture Name */
    name: "de-DE",
    englishName: "German (Germany)",
    nativeName: "Deutsch (Deutschland)",
    /* Day Name Strings */
    dayNames: ["Sonntag", "Montag", "Dienstag", "Mittwoch", "Donnerstag", "Freitag", "Samstag"],
    abbreviatedDayNames: ["So", "Mo", "Di", "Mi", "Do", "Fr", "Sa"],
    shortestDayNames: ["So", "Mo", "Di", "Mi", "Do", "Fr", "Sa"],
    firstLetterDayNames: ["S", "M", "D", "M", "D", "F", "S"],
    /* Month Name Strings */
    monthNames: ["Januar", "Februar", "März", "April", "Mai", "Juni", "Juli", "August", "September", "Oktober", "November", "Dezember"],
    abbreviatedMonthNames: ["Jan", "Feb", "Mrz", "Apr", "Mai", "Jun", "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Okt", "Nov", "Dez"],

	/* AM/PM Designators */
    amDesignator: "",
    pmDesignator: "",

    firstDayOfWeek: 1,
    twoDigitYearMax: 2029,
    dateElementOrder: "dmy",
    /* Standard date and time format patterns */
    formatPatterns: {
        shortDate: "dd.MM.yyyy",
        longDate: "dddd, d. MMMM yyyy",
        shortTime: "HH:mm",
        longTime: "HH:mm:ss",
        fullDateTime: "dddd, d. MMMM yyyy HH:mm:ss",
        sortableDateTime: "yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ss",
        universalSortableDateTime: "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ssZ",
        rfc1123: "ddd, dd MMM yyyy HH:mm:ss GMT",
        monthDay: "dd MMMM",
        yearMonth: "MMMM yyyy"

    regexPatterns: {
        jan: /^jan(uar)?/i,
        feb: /^feb(ruar)?/i,
        mar: /^märz/i,
        apr: /^apr(il)?/i,
        may: /^mai/i,
        jun: /^jun(i)?/i,
        jul: /^jul(i)?/i,
        aug: /^aug(ust)?/i,
        sep: /^sep(t(ember)?)?/i,
        oct: /^okt(ober)?/i,
        nov: /^nov(ember)?/i,
        dec: /^dez(ember)?/i,

        sun: /^sonntag/i,
        mon: /^montag/i,
        tue: /^dienstag/i,
        wed: /^mittwoch/i,
        thu: /^donnerstag/i,
        fri: /^freitag/i,
        sat: /^samstag/i,

        future: /^nächste(r|n)?|kommende(r|n)?/i,
        past: /^letzte(r|n)?|vergangene(r|n)?/i,
        add: /^(\+|nach|in|von)/i,
        subtract: /^(\-|(zu)?vor)/i, 
        yesterday: /^ges(tern)?/i,
        today: /^h(eu(te)?)?/i,
        tomorrow: /^mor(gen)?/i,
        now: /^j(etzt)?/i,
        millisecond: /^ms|milli(sekunde)?n?/i,
        second: /^sek(unde)?n?/i,
        minute: /^mn|min(ute)?n?/i,
		hour: /^std?|(stunden)?/i,
		week: /^w(che)?n?/i,
        month: /^m(onat)?e?/i,
        day: /^t(ag)?e?/i,
        year: /^j(ahr)?e?/i,
        shortMeridian: /^(a|p)/i,
        longMeridian: /^(a\.?m?\.?|p\.?m?\.?)/i,
        timezone: /^((e(s|d)t|c(s|d)t|m(s|d)t|p(s|d)t)|((gmt)?\s*(\+|\-)\s*\d\d\d\d?)|gmt|utc)/i,
        ordinalSuffix: /^\s*(st|nd|rd|th)/i,
        timeContext: /^\s*(\:|a(?!u|p)|p)/i

	timezones: [{name:"UTC", offset:"-000"}, {name:"GMT", offset:"-000"}, {name:"EST", offset:"-0500"}, {name:"EDT", offset:"-0400"}, {name:"CST", offset:"-0600"}, {name:"CDT", offset:"-0500"}, {name:"MST", offset:"-0700"}, {name:"MDT", offset:"-0600"}, {name:"PST", offset:"-0800"}, {name:"PDT", offset:"-0700"}]

 ** Future Strings **
 * English Name        Translated
 * ------------------  -----------------
 * about               etwa
 * ago                 vor
 * date                Datum
 * time                Zeit
 * calendar            Kalender
 * show                zeige
 * hourly              stündlich
 * daily               täglich
 * weekly              wöchentlich
 * bi-weekly           zweiwöchentlich
 * fortnight           zwei Wochen
 * monthly             monatlich
 * bi-monthly          zweimonatlich
 * quarter             Quartal
 * quarterly           quartalsweise
 * yearly              jährlich
 * annual              jährlich
 * annually            jährlich
 * annum               jährlich
 * again               erneut
 * between             zwischen
 * after               nach
 * from now            von jetzt
 * repeat              wiederhole
 * times               male
 * per                 pro
 * min (abbrev minute) min
 * morning             Morgen
 * noon                Mittag
 * night               Nacht
 * midnight            Mitternacht
 * mid-night           Mitternacht
 * evening             Abend
 * final               letzte
 * future              Zukunft
 * spring              Frühling
 * summer              Sommer
 * fall                Herbst
 * winter              Winter
 * end of              Ende von
 * end                 Ende
 * long                lang
 * short               kurz
 * leap year           Schaltjahr (added)

I have the same issue. It's very unfortunate but I guess I'll just have to look for a different Plugin. Am glad to know that I'm not the only one with having this problem.

Regards, Michael

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