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Add a note about FormatTime platform dependence #908

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@asherkin asherkin commented Oct 10, 2018

This has been another constant source of confusion since the C99 ones were added to the strftime documentation we link.

It'd be nice to have a consistent implementation inside SM in the future.

This has been another constant source of confusion since the C99 ones were added to the strftime documentation we link.

It'd be nice to have a consistent implementation inside SM in the future.
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* Note that available parameters depends on support from your operating system.
* In particular, ones highlighted in yellow on that page are not currently
* available on Windows and should be avoided for portable plugins.
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I thought that "operating system" was probably more clear to users than "C standard library".

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Yeah, operating system is good, super clear

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This has been another constant source of confusion since the C99 ones were added to the strftime documentation we link.

It'd be nice to have a consistent implementation inside SM in the future.
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