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// Copyright (c) 2012, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
/// This file should be imported, along with date_format.dart in order to read
/// locale data via http requests to a web server..
library date_symbol_data_http_request;
import 'dart:async';
import 'date_symbols.dart';
import 'intl.dart';
import 'src/data/dates/locale_list.dart';
import 'src/date_format_internal.dart';
import 'src/http_request_data_reader.dart';
import 'src/lazy_locale_data.dart';
export 'src/data/dates/locale_list.dart';
/// This should be called for at least one [locale] before any date formatting
/// methods are called. It sets up the lookup for date symbols using [url].
/// The [url] parameter should end with a "/". For example,
/// "http://localhost:8000/dates/"
Future initializeDateFormatting(String locale, String url) {
var reader = new HttpRequestDataReader('${url}symbols/');
initializeDateSymbols(() => new LazyLocaleData(
reader, _createDateSymbol, availableLocalesForDateFormatting));
var reader2 = new HttpRequestDataReader('${url}patterns/');
initializeDatePatterns(() =>
new LazyLocaleData(reader2, (x) => x, availableLocalesForDateFormatting));
var actualLocale = Intl.verifiedLocale(
locale, (l) => availableLocalesForDateFormatting.contains(l));
return initializeIndividualLocaleDateFormatting((symbols, patterns) {
return Future.wait(<Future>[
/// Defines how new date symbol entries are created.
DateSymbols _createDateSymbol(Map map) =>
new DateSymbols.deserializeFromMap(map);