[RADIATOR] Strange behavior with %J
mikem at open.com.au
Mon Jan 5 16:47:55 CST 2009
Thanks for reporting this.
In fact it should have used %d to get a leading 0 in the day. This has now
been fixed in the latest patch set.
On Tuesday 06 January 2009 01:05:04 am Jose Borges Ferreira wrote:
> According to the manual %J should give "The Timestamp in another common
> SQL date time format: 2003-09-12 15:48:00"
> I'm doing
> and getting
> 2009-01- 5 14:00:00;Stop;xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx;yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
> I should get a leading 0 in the day!
> But according to the source %J is returning
> Radius::Util::strftime('%Y-%m-%e %H:%M:%S', $ptime) . Is this correct ou
> should be
> Radius::Util::strftime('%Y-%m-*%d* %H:%M:%S', $ptime) ?
> José Borges Ferreira
> Eddie Izzard - "I grew up in Europe, where the history comes from."
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