This reverts commit e6a1c4f. This commit broke the meaning of "distance_of_time_in_words". That method is supposed to return the description of a time interval without specifying if it's in the future or in the past. That is, it should return "about 1 hour" instead of "about 1 hour ago" or "in about 1 hour from now". Well, this commit replaced "about 1 hour" with "1 hour ago", which is wrong. You can't now use the "distance_of_time_in_words" method to describe dates in the future, because the final result would be something like "in about 2 hours ago from now".
I imported to Locale to make these changes and subsequently exported : - Firstly, all files have been scrubbed of comments and extra spaces. - Secondly, keys are sorted alphabetically (means diffs can be produced between de.yml and de-AT.yml for example). - Finally, they are output by Psych directly, so they are 100% YAML 1.0 compatible in the strictest sense. Whilst in Locale : - Removed the active record namespace - Completed some missing translations for en-IN Closes #151
* Symlinked activerecord.errors.template to errors.template * Moved some remaining activerecord.errors.messagees.taken and activerecord.errors.messagees.record_invalid errors.messages
….messages.record_invalid' into the :'errors.messages' scope Closes #136
contributed by Eloy0.