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Re: the @ syntax - date format

From: Mark D. Baushke <mdb_at_juniper.net>
Date: 2002-04-06 03:02:57 CEST

Hi Hontvari,

>I think local time and zero meridian are both reasonable defaults, but the
>standard specifies local time.

Oops. You are correct. Thank you for the correction.

>About the many format in ISO8601: I would not start with implementing all
>allowed format. Except if there is an existing parser. I have already
>searched for a parser in java but I have not found.

Yes, but I believe that the design specification for timestamps should
allow for a full ISO8601 to eventually be implemented even if only a
subset is provided initially. Choosing a syntax that would make it
difficult to add parts of the ISO8601 format later would be a bad

I have not been paying close enough attention to what java APIs exist.
I believe that the PERL HTTP::Date module has one in the parse_date
function... It was written by Gisle Aas, but I do not know how full the
implementation is at this time.

        -- Mark

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