Date patterns in Lithuanian

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In Lithuanian the month need to be in nominative case if the format does not include a day, and in genitive case if the format does include a day. Could you please enable skeletons such as yMMMM (http://st.unicode.org/cldr-apps/v#yMMMM) and MMMM/M for Survey Tool translations in Lithuanian locale (similarly as in Russian locale), in order to map to patterns as "y LLLL" and "LLLL–LLLL".
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May 10, 2019, 1:17 AM
Trac Comment 2 by —2014-08-13T09:19:36.566Z

Verified "lt" gregorian months have genitive in the format names (MMM+) and nominative in the stand-alone names (LLL+)

The changes here do two things for the lt gregorian formats (not necessary for non-gregorian since we don't currently have the nominative vs genitive distinction in months, etc.):

  • Ensure that month names without days are in nominative (LLL+), month names with days are in genitive (MMM+)

  • Separate availableFormats and intervalFormats for MMM skeletons vs MMMM skeletons. This is requested here but also necessary to implement : (don't use abbreviated month names)

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Peter Edberg

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Mark Davis

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