Murillo Bernardes mfbernardes at
Sat Apr 21 04:13:32 PDT 2018

Regarding iOS date format. What do you have set as region on your iphone/ipad?

I fixed this very problem for me sometime ago, but maybe I missed something.

On 21 Apr 2018 10:30 +0200, jani at, wrote:
> Hi
> My name is Jan Iversen shortened to jani), I have been a programmer since 1977 and participated in many open source projects. I am currently working on iOS version of LibreOffice and I am member in Apache (ASF). Yes I am one of those guys who used to write drivers in asm/C etc for Unix, before Linux came around :-)
> I have 2 great passions programming (NOT Java!!!! but C++ etc) and diving (PADI Rescue, hopefully soon finishing my DM), so when I saw this open source project I immediately got interested, and have installed it on my Mac, iPhone and iPad. Right now I am trying to understand why the iCloud sync does not work.
> I will build the software later this weekend, and can offer to help test the iOS and Mac versions. I already found something strange in the iOS version. It shows the date as “4/20/18 8:31 PM” even though my iPad setting say it should be “20/4/18 20:31” and I have not had success in changing the date (I want to add at least some of my old dives manually, to test).
> Once I get the iOS and Mac version build I will start testing.
> Let me know if there are open iOS / Mac issues I can dive into. I prefer to do some real work, while I try to understand the source.
> Forget to mention, I am danish, have lived most of my life travelling the world with my R&D companies and now I live a nice silent life in Granada, spain.
> Looking forward to hear from you.
> rgds
> Jan I.
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