Bug report we received at Apple. The content has been verified by our Hebrew
5/5/05 8:53 PM Jason Darvick:
In the international control panel, when the calendar system is changed from
Gregorian to Hebrew, there are two minor bugs I noticed in the implementation of
the Hebrew calendar.
1) naming of leap months in leap year - In a non leap year, there is a month
Adar. In a leap year, there are two Adar months, Adar I and Adar II (the second
one being akin to the single Adar in a non leap year). In the OS's
implementation, in a leap year the first Adar is correctly named Adar I, however
the second Adar is simply called "Adar" as it is during a non leap year, instead
of Adar II.
2) Numbering of months - The Hebrew calendar does not number its months along
with the calendar year. The month that starts a new calendar year is in fact the
seventh month of the year, Tishri. The first month of the year is Nisan, the
last month is Adar (or Adar II in a leap year).
5/20/05 2:36 PM Jason Darvick:
The application I am using to view the Hebrew calendar is the Finder itself, in
list view where it shows the date modified and date created.
Wed Jun 15 12:12:55 2005 weiv changed notes2: assign: "" to "srl",
Wed Jun 15 12:12:55 2005 weiv moved from incoming to formatting
Thu Aug 11 22:23:22 2005 srl changed notes2: weeks: "" to "1",
Tue Oct 31 18:12:19 2006 emmons changed notes2: priority: "" to "small", target: "UNSCH" to "3.8 Candidate",