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Re: Logging filename extensions committed
From: Kris Katterjohn <katterjohn () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 21:59:29 -0600
On 14/12/2007 03:01, Kris Katterjohn wrote:
Well crap! :)
I suppose removing the current %R and %T and convert what is currently
%r and %t (the same but without the colons) to that instead won't
cause a problem. In fact, I much like this idea.
Now would be the time since it's just been put in. What do you think?
What's %R? Your mail of september didn't mention that one and there
seems to be about twelve different implementations of strftime(). I'm
sorry, it's gone 3am and I've had rather a lot of stella.
%R is the same as "%H:%M", and %r is "%H%M". I guess I linked to the
wrong email; another one in that thread was me posting an updated patch
which included %R and %r. Sorry about that ;)
Could you keep %T if it's useful, but handle the error for windows users
(maybe default to %t or tell them to defect or to defecate:)?
I just did a little googling, and it turns out that neither Windows nor
Mac OS X like colons in filenames. I'm switching %T and %R as per my
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