Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2014 19:48:44 -0400 From: Alec Salazar <alec.j.salazar@...il.com> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: XPG4 Yes. D_T_FMT yields a similar output to _DATE_FMT, but it lacks the timezone identifier. So I had thought to use the format specifiers directly and bypass the call to nl_langinfo. I was told that _DATE_FMT was added because Sun made everything up to date with the latest xopen std. I don't yet grok the localization stuff. So, I'm wondering if passing the format specifiers into strftime directly would remove any localizing done by nl_langinfo? On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 7:40 PM, Rich Felker <dalias@...c.org> wrote: > On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 07:28:53PM -0400, Alec Salazar wrote: > > I seem to be taking a wrong turn somewhere. Running find . -type f > -print0 > > | xargs -0 /bin/grep D_FMT in /usr/include for the installed 1.1.4 > yields: > > ../langinfo.h:#define D_FMT 0x20029 > > ../langinfo.h:#define ERA_D_FMT 0x2002E > > Pulling the latest sources and running the same command in gitdir yields: > > ../src/time/strptime.c: s = strptime(s, > nl_langinfo(D_FMT), > > tm); > > ../src/time/strftime.c: item = D_FMT; > > ../include/langinfo.h:#define D_FMT 0x20029 > > ../include/langinfo.h:#define ERA_D_FMT 0x2002E > > Neither directory yields a result for DATE_FMT. Am I botching the > unix-fu, > > barking up the wrong tree or something else entirely? > > Oh, perhaps it's my mistake and the proper name is D_FMT. Or did you > expect _DATE_FMT to give something different from what D_FMT gives? > > Also I think you can just use %x directly to get this, rather than > looking it up via nl_langinfo first. > > Rich > Content of type "text/html" skipped
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