Commit 0852c7f7 authored by catch's avatar catch
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Issue #3008495 by jcnventura: Replace format_date in twig comments

parent b0b4ef03
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* {{ content|without('field_example') }}
* @endcode
* - created: Formatted date and time for when the comment was created.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* - changed: Formatted date and time for when the comment was last changed.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* - permalink: Comment permalink.
* - submitted: Submission information created from author and created
* during template_preprocess_comment().
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* attribute value in attributes.datetime.
* - text: (optional) The content to display within the <time> element.
* Defaults to a human-readable representation of the timestamp value or the
* datetime attribute value using format_date().
* datetime attribute value using DateFormatter::format().
* - attributes: (optional) HTML attributes to apply to the <time> element.
* A datetime attribute in 'attributes' overrides the 'timestamp'. To
* create a valid datetime attribute value from a UNIX timestamp, use
* format_date() with one of the predefined 'html_*' formats.
* DateFormatter::format() with one of the predefined 'html_*' formats.
*
* @see template_preprocess_time()
* @see http://www.w3.org/TR/html5-author/the-time-element.html#attr-time-datetime
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* {{ content|without('field_example') }}
* @endcode
* - created: Formatted date and time for when the comment was created.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* - changed: Formatted date and time for when the comment was last changed.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* - permalink: Comment permalink.
* - submitted: Submission information created from author and created
* during template_preprocess_comment().
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* {{ content|without('field_example') }}
* @endcode
* - created: Formatted date and time for when the comment was created.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* - changed: Formatted date and time for when the comment was last changed.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* - permalink: Comment permalink.
* - submitted: Submission information created from author and created
* during template_preprocess_comment().
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* attribute value in attributes.datetime.
* - text: (optional) The content to display within the <time> element.
* Defaults to a human-readable representation of the timestamp value or the
* datetime attribute value using format_date().
* datetime attribute value using DateFormatter::format().
* - attributes: (optional) HTML attributes to apply to the <time> element.
* A datetime attribute in 'attributes' overrides the 'timestamp'. To
* create a valid datetime attribute value from a UNIX timestamp, use
* format_date() with one of the predefined 'html_*' formats.
* DateFormatter::format() with one of the predefined 'html_*' formats.
*
* @see template_preprocess_time()
* @see http://www.w3.org/TR/html5-author/the-time-element.html#attr-time-datetime
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* {{ content|without('field_example') }}
* @endcode
* - created: Formatted date and time for when the comment was created.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.created' variable.
* - changed: Formatted date and time for when the comment was last changed.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling format_date() with the
* desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* Preprocess functions can reformat it by calling DateFormatter::format()
* with the desired parameters on the 'comment.changed' variable.
* - permalink: Comment permalink.
* - submitted: Submission information created from author and created
* during template_preprocess_comment().
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* attribute value in attributes.datetime.
* - text: (optional) The content to display within the <time> element.
* Defaults to a human-readable representation of the timestamp value or the
* datetime attribute value using format_date().
* datetime attribute value using DateFormatter::format().
* - attributes: (optional) HTML attributes to apply to the <time> element.
* A datetime attribute in 'attributes' overrides the 'timestamp'. To
* create a valid datetime attribute value from a UNIX timestamp, use
* format_date() with one of the predefined 'html_*' formats.
* DateFormatter::format() with one of the predefined 'html_*' formats.
*
* @see template_preprocess_time()
* @see http://www.w3.org/TR/html5-author/the-time-element.html#attr-time-datetime
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