Date: Fri, 27.04.12 22:24
i got got got got no time
RS> just saying strftime( %F and %T would probably suffice
RS> I'm pretty sure the new C standard (was C0x) is still just C (not
I read that it has recently changed although c11 is the c0x standard as well as
c++0x now being referred to as c++11. From what I read they appear to be the
RS> Anyway, I thought you were proposing a new KLUDGE line
RS> (\x01DATETIME), or was that someone else?
I threw the idea out there without a name, then Alexey actually threw one in
with the actual kludge, but that is as far as it went. From my perspective
conversion from an rfc-3339 datetime to both a ftn msg datetime and a TZUTC
kludge is a fairly simple procedure if and when needed. I am guessing that
Alexey is also rejecting that such a kludge is REALLY needed. Also I can
convert old school ftn msg datetime and kludge to rfc-3339 locally so it really
isn't that big of a deal.
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