Wrong first day of week for Brazil
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There's a bug that's happening on both Java and Android (could be happening on other languages, too) where the first day of week on Brazil is being reported as Monday; on Brazil, the first day of week is '''Sunday''' [originally said Saturday, corrected later|ticket]
From the first link above, it seems that, at least in the Android case, this incorrect information is coming from your database.
Trac Comment 7 by —2011-04-27T19:47:43.000Z
firstDay for AU was changed to Sunday per : so this is now a duplicate of that one.
The era abbreviations are already a.C. and d.C. for pt and pt_PT
Trac Comment 6 by —2010-12-15T21:57:06.000Z
We got confirmation that:
For Brazilian Portuguese the first day of the week is Sunday, while for Iberian it is Monday.
For both, the era abbreviations should be: a.C ("Antes de Cristo") and d.C ("Depois de Cristo").
Trac Comment 5 by —2010-12-15T16:40:41.000Z
Another report of this is in :
Trac Comment 3 by —2010-11-10T16:34:29.000Z
Is this for display in a calendar, or for use in business calculations?
Is this for day numbering?
Can you point to examples on the web of calendars formatted this way?
Trac Comment description.2 by haroldo@041e0c9468ab3f3d—2010-11-10T11:51:43.000Z
Correction: In Brazil, the first day of week is '''Sunday'''