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Merge branch 'schwern/y2038' into blead

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	lib/Time/Local.pm
	lib/Time/Local.t
	reentr.h
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3  MANIFEST
@@ -3669,6 +3669,9 @@ symbian/uid.pl Helper code for config.pl
symbian/version.pl Helper code for config.pl
symbian/xsbuild.pl Building extensions
taint.c Tainting code
+time64.c 64 bit clean time.h (code)
+time64.h 64 bit clean time.h (header)
+time64_config.h 64 bit clean time.h (configuration)
t/base/cond.t See if conditionals work
t/base/if.t See if if works
t/base/lex.t See if lexical items work
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44 lib/Time/Local.pm
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ require Exporter;
use Carp;
use Config;
use strict;
-use integer;
use vars qw( $VERSION @ISA @EXPORT @EXPORT_OK );
$VERSION = '1.1901';
@@ -29,16 +28,8 @@ use constant SECS_PER_MINUTE => 60;
use constant SECS_PER_HOUR => 3600;
use constant SECS_PER_DAY => 86400;
-my $MaxInt;
-if ( $^O eq 'MacOS' ) {
- # time_t is unsigned...
- $MaxInt = ( 1 << ( 8 * $Config{ivsize} ) ) - 1;
-}
-else {
- $MaxInt = ( ( 1 << ( 8 * $Config{ivsize} - 2 ) ) - 1 ) * 2 + 1;
-}
-
-my $MaxDay = int( ( $MaxInt - ( SECS_PER_DAY / 2 ) ) / SECS_PER_DAY ) - 1;
+# localtime()'s limit is the year 2**31
+my $MaxDay = 365 * (2**31);
# Determine the EPOC day for this machine
my $Epoc = 0;
@@ -68,13 +59,13 @@ sub _daygm {
return $_[3] + (
$Cheat{ pack( 'ss', @_[ 4, 5 ] ) } ||= do {
my $month = ( $_[4] + 10 ) % 12;
- my $year = ( $_[5] + 1900 ) - ( $month / 10 );
+ my $year = $_[5] + 1900 - int($month / 10);
( ( 365 * $year )
- + ( $year / 4 )
- - ( $year / 100 )
- + ( $year / 400 )
- + ( ( ( $month * 306 ) + 5 ) / 10 )
+ + int( $year / 4 )
+ - int( $year / 100 )
+ + int( $year / 400 )
+ + int( ( ( $month * 306 ) + 5 ) / 10 )
)
- $Epoc;
}
@@ -275,16 +266,6 @@ absolute four digit year instead.
The scheme above allows interpretation of a wide range of dates,
particularly if 4-digit years are used.
-=head2 Limits of time_t
-
-The range of dates that can be actually be handled depends on the size
-of C<time_t> (usually a signed integer) on the given
-platform. Currently, this is 32 bits for most systems, yielding an
-approximate range from Dec 1901 to Jan 2038.
-
-Both C<timelocal()> and C<timegm()> croak if given dates outside the
-supported range.
-
=head2 Ambiguous Local Times (DST)
Because of DST changes, there are many time zones where the same local
@@ -307,17 +288,6 @@ for the "Europe/Paris" time zone, the local clock jumped from
If the C<timelocal()> function is given a non-existent local time, it
will simply return an epoch value for the time one hour later.
-=head2 Negative Epoch Values
-
-Negative epoch (C<time_t>) values are not officially supported by the
-POSIX standards, so this module's tests do not test them. On some
-systems, they are known not to work. These include MacOS (pre-OSX) and
-Win32.
-
-On systems which do support negative epoch values, this module should
-be able to cope with dates before the start of the epoch, down the
-minimum value of time_t for the system.
-
=head1 IMPLEMENTATION
These routines are quite efficient and yet are always guaranteed to
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75 lib/Time/Local.t
@@ -26,10 +26,10 @@ my @time =
# leap day
[2020, 2, 29, 12, 59, 59],
[2030, 7, 4, 17, 07, 06],
-# The following test fails on a surprising number of systems
-# so it is commented out. The end of the Epoch for a 32-bit signed
-# implementation of time_t should be Jan 19, 2038 03:14:07 UTC.
-# [2038, 1, 17, 23, 59, 59], # last full day in any tz
+ [2038, 1, 17, 23, 59, 59], # last full day in any tz
+
+ # more than 2**31 time_t
+ [2258, 8, 11, 1, 49, 17],
);
my @bad_time =
@@ -89,42 +89,39 @@ for (@time, @neg_time) {
$year -= 1900;
$mon--;
- SKIP: {
- skip '1970 test on VOS fails.', 12
- if $^O eq 'vos' && $year == 70;
- skip 'this platform does not support negative epochs.', 12
- if $year < 70 && ! $neg_epoch_ok;
-
- {
- my $year_in = $year < 70 ? $year + 1900 : $year;
- my $time = timelocal($sec,$min,$hour,$mday,$mon,$year_in);
-
- my($s,$m,$h,$D,$M,$Y) = localtime($time);
-
- is($s, $sec, "timelocal second for @$_");
- is($m, $min, "timelocal minute for @$_");
- is($h, $hour, "timelocal hour for @$_");
- is($D, $mday, "timelocal day for @$_");
- is($M, $mon, "timelocal month for @$_");
- is($Y, $year, "timelocal year for @$_");
- }
-
- {
- my $year_in = $year < 70 ? $year + 1900 : $year;
- my $time = timegm($sec,$min,$hour,$mday,$mon,$year_in);
-
- my($s,$m,$h,$D,$M,$Y) = gmtime($time);
-
- is($s, $sec, "timegm second for @$_");
- is($m, $min, "timegm minute for @$_");
- is($h, $hour, "timegm hour for @$_");
- is($D, $mday, "timegm day for @$_");
- is($M, $mon, "timegm month for @$_");
- is($Y, $year, "timegm year for @$_");
- }
+ # Test timelocal()
+ {
+ my $year_in = $year < 70 ? $year + 1900 : $year;
+ my $time = timelocal($sec,$min,$hour,$mday,$mon,$year_in);
+
+ my($s,$m,$h,$D,$M,$Y) = localtime($time);
+
+ is($s, $sec, "timelocal second for @$_");
+ is($m, $min, "timelocal minute for @$_");
+ is($h, $hour, "timelocal hour for @$_");
+ is($D, $mday, "timelocal day for @$_");
+ is($M, $mon, "timelocal month for @$_");
+ is($Y, $year, "timelocal year for @$_");
+ }
+
+
+ # Test timegm()
+ {
+ my $year_in = $year < 70 ? $year + 1900 : $year;
+ my $time = timegm($sec,$min,$hour,$mday,$mon,$year_in);
+
+ my($s,$m,$h,$D,$M,$Y) = gmtime($time);
+
+ is($s, $sec, "timegm second for @$_");
+ is($m, $min, "timegm minute for @$_");
+ is($h, $hour, "timegm hour for @$_");
+ is($D, $mday, "timegm day for @$_");
+ is($M, $mon, "timegm month for @$_");
+ is($Y, $year, "timegm year for @$_");
}
}
+
for (@bad_time) {
my($year, $mon, $mday, $hour, $min, $sec) = @$_;
$year -= 1900;
@@ -167,11 +164,7 @@ for my $p (@years) {
"$year $string a leap year" );
}
-SKIP:
{
- skip 'this platform does not support negative epochs.', 6
- unless $neg_epoch_ok;
-
eval { timegm(0,0,0,29,1,1900) };
like($@, qr/Day '29' out of range 1\.\.28/,
'does not accept leap day in 1900');
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58 lib/Time/gmtime.t
@@ -3,55 +3,25 @@
BEGIN {
chdir 't' if -d 't';
@INC = '../lib';
-}
-BEGIN {
- our $hasgm;
- eval { my $n = gmtime 0 };
- $hasgm = 1 unless $@ && $@ =~ /unimplemented/;
- unless ($hasgm) { print "1..0 # Skip: no gmtime\n"; exit 0 }
+ require "./test.pl";
}
+my(@times, @methods);
BEGIN {
- our @gmtime = gmtime 0; # This is the function gmtime.
- unless (@gmtime) { print "1..0 # Skip: gmtime failed\n"; exit 0 }
-}
-
-print "1..10\n";
-
-use Time::gmtime;
-
-print "ok 1\n";
-
-my $gmtime = gmtime 0 ; # This is the OO gmtime.
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->sec == $gmtime[0];
-print "ok 2\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->min == $gmtime[1];
-print "ok 3\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->hour == $gmtime[2];
-print "ok 4\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->mday == $gmtime[3];
-print "ok 5\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->mon == $gmtime[4];
-print "ok 6\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->year == $gmtime[5];
-print "ok 7\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->wday == $gmtime[6];
-print "ok 8\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->yday == $gmtime[7];
-print "ok 9\n";
-
-print "not " unless $gmtime->isdst == $gmtime[8];
-print "ok 10\n";
+ @times = (-2**62, -2**50, -2**33, -2**31-1, -1, 0, 1, 2**31-1, 2**33, 2**50, 2**62, time);
+ @methods = qw(sec min hour mday mon year wday yday isdst);
+ plan tests => (@times * @methods) + 1;
+ use_ok Time::gmtime;
+}
+for my $time (@times) {
+ my $gmtime = gmtime $time; # This is the OO gmtime.
+ my @gmtime = CORE::gmtime $time; # This is the gmtime function
+ for my $method (@methods) {
+ is $gmtime->$method, shift @gmtime, "gmtime($time)->$method";
+ }
+}
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58 lib/Time/localtime.t
@@ -3,55 +3,25 @@
BEGIN {
chdir 't' if -d 't';
@INC = '../lib';
-}
-BEGIN {
- our $haslocal;
- eval { my $n = localtime 0 };
- $haslocal = 1 unless $@ && $@ =~ /unimplemented/;
- unless ($haslocal) { print "1..0 # Skip: no localtime\n"; exit 0 }
+ require "./test.pl";
}
+my(@times, @methods);
BEGIN {
- our @localtime = localtime 0; # This is the function localtime.
- unless (@localtime) { print "1..0 # Skip: localtime failed\n"; exit 0 }
-}
-
-print "1..10\n";
-
-use Time::localtime;
-
-print "ok 1\n";
-
-my $localtime = localtime 0 ; # This is the OO localtime.
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->sec == $localtime[0];
-print "ok 2\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->min == $localtime[1];
-print "ok 3\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->hour == $localtime[2];
-print "ok 4\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->mday == $localtime[3];
-print "ok 5\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->mon == $localtime[4];
-print "ok 6\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->year == $localtime[5];
-print "ok 7\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->wday == $localtime[6];
-print "ok 8\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->yday == $localtime[7];
-print "ok 9\n";
-
-print "not " unless $localtime->isdst == $localtime[8];
-print "ok 10\n";
+ @times = (-2**62, -2**50, -2**33, -2**31-1, -1, 0, 1, 2**31-1, 2**33, 2**50, 2**62, time);
+ @methods = qw(sec min hour mday mon year wday yday isdst);
+ plan tests => (@times * @methods) + 1;
+ use_ok Time::localtime;
+}
+for my $time (@times) {
+ my $localtime = localtime $time; # This is the OO localtime.
+ my @localtime = CORE::localtime $time; # This is the localtime function
+ for my $method (@methods) {
+ is $localtime->$method, shift @localtime, "localtime($time)->$method";
+ }
+}
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20 pod/perlfaq4.pod
@@ -516,12 +516,11 @@ Can you use your pencil to write a non-Y2K-compliant memo? Of course
you can. Is that the pencil's fault? Of course it isn't.
The date and time functions supplied with Perl (gmtime and localtime)
-supply adequate information to determine the year well beyond 2000
-(2038 is when trouble strikes for 32-bit machines). The year returned
-by these functions when used in a list context is the year minus 1900.
-For years between 1910 and 1999 this I<happens> to be a 2-digit decimal
-number. To avoid the year 2000 problem simply do not treat the year as
-a 2-digit number. It isn't.
+supply adequate information to determine the year well beyond 2000 and
+2038. The year returned by these functions when used in a list
+context is the year minus 1900. For years between 1910 and 1999 this
+I<happens> to be a 2-digit decimal number. To avoid the year 2000
+problem simply do not treat the year as a 2-digit number. It isn't.
When gmtime() and localtime() are used in scalar context they return
a timestamp string that contains a fully-expanded year. For example,
@@ -534,6 +533,15 @@ not the language. At the risk of inflaming the NRA: "Perl doesn't
break Y2K, people do." See http://www.perl.org/about/y2k.html for
a longer exposition.
+=head2 Does Perl have a Year 2038 problem?
+
+No, all of Perl's built in date and time functions and modules will
+work to about 2 billion years before and after 1970.
+
+Many systems cannot count time past the year 2038. Older versions of
+Perl were dependent on the system to do date calculation and thus
+shared their 2038 bug.
+
=head1 Data: Strings
=head2 How do I validate input?
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15 pod/perlport.pod
@@ -641,9 +641,6 @@ The value for C<$offset> in Unix will be C<0>, but in Mac OS will be
some large number. C<$offset> can then be added to a Unix time value
to get what should be the proper value on any system.
-On Windows (at least), you shouldn't pass a negative value to C<gmtime> or
-C<localtime>.
-
=head2 Character sets and character encoding
Assume very little about character sets.
@@ -1864,7 +1861,10 @@ platforms. See L<File::Glob> for portability information.
=item gmtime
-Same portability caveats as L<localtime>.
+In theory, gmtime() is reliable from -2**63 to 2**63-1. However,
+because work arounds in the implementation use floating point numbers,
+it will become inaccurate as the time gets larger. This is a bug and
+will be fixed in the future.
=item ioctl FILEHANDLE,FUNCTION,SCALAR
@@ -1915,10 +1915,9 @@ Available on 64 bit OpenVMS 8.2 and later. (VMS)
=item localtime
-Because Perl currently relies on the native standard C localtime()
-function, it is only safe to use times between 0 and (2**31)-1. Times
-outside this range may result in unexpected behavior depending on your
-operating system's implementation of localtime().
+localtime() has the same range as L<gmtime>, but because time zone
+rules change its accuracy for historical and future times may degrade
+but usually by no more than an hour.
=item lstat
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143 pp_sys.c
@@ -29,6 +29,8 @@
#include "EXTERN.h"
#define PERL_IN_PP_SYS_C
#include "perl.h"
+#include "time64.h"
+#include "time64.c"
#ifdef I_SHADOW
/* Shadow password support for solaris - pdo@cs.umd.edu
@@ -201,15 +203,6 @@ void endservent(void);
#undef PERL_EFF_ACCESS /* EFFective uid/gid ACCESS */
-/* AIX 5.2 and below use mktime for localtime, and defines the edge case
- * for time 0x7fffffff to be valid only in UTC. AIX 5.3 provides localtime64
- * available in the 32bit environment, which could warrant Configure
- * checks in the future.
- */
-#ifdef _AIX
-#define LOCALTIME_EDGECASE_BROKEN
-#endif
-
/* F_OK unused: if stat() cannot find it... */
#if !defined(PERL_EFF_ACCESS) && defined(HAS_ACCESS) && defined(EFF_ONLY_OK) && !defined(NO_EFF_ONLY_OK)
@@ -4425,104 +4418,84 @@ PP(pp_tms)
#endif /* HAS_TIMES */
}
-#ifdef LOCALTIME_EDGECASE_BROKEN
-static struct tm *S_my_localtime (pTHX_ Time_t *tp)
-{
- auto time_t T;
- auto struct tm *P;
-
- /* No workarounds in the valid range */
- if (!tp || *tp < 0x7fff573f || *tp >= 0x80000000)
- return (localtime (tp));
-
- /* This edge case is to workaround the undefined behaviour, where the
- * TIMEZONE makes the time go beyond the defined range.
- * gmtime (0x7fffffff) => 2038-01-19 03:14:07
- * If there is a negative offset in TZ, like MET-1METDST, some broken
- * implementations of localtime () (like AIX 5.2) barf with bogus
- * return values:
- * 0x7fffffff gmtime 2038-01-19 03:14:07
- * 0x7fffffff localtime 1901-12-13 21:45:51
- * 0x7fffffff mylocaltime 2038-01-19 04:14:07
- * 0x3c19137f gmtime 2001-12-13 20:45:51
- * 0x3c19137f localtime 2001-12-13 21:45:51
- * 0x3c19137f mylocaltime 2001-12-13 21:45:51
- * Given that legal timezones are typically between GMT-12 and GMT+12
- * we turn back the clock 23 hours before calling the localtime
- * function, and add those to the return value. This will never cause
- * day wrapping problems, since the edge case is Tue Jan *19*
- */
- T = *tp - 82800; /* 23 hour. allows up to GMT-23 */
- P = localtime (&T);
- P->tm_hour += 23;
- if (P->tm_hour >= 24) {
- P->tm_hour -= 24;
- P->tm_mday++; /* 18 -> 19 */
- P->tm_wday++; /* Mon -> Tue */
- P->tm_yday++; /* 18 -> 19 */
- }
- return (P);
-} /* S_my_localtime */
-#endif
-
PP(pp_gmtime)
{
dVAR;
dSP;
- Time_t when;
- const struct tm *tmbuf;
+ Time64_T when;
+ struct TM tmbuf;
+ struct TM *err;
+ char *opname = PL_op->op_type == OP_LOCALTIME ? "localtime" : "gmtime";
static const char * const dayname[] =
{"Sun", "Mon", "Tue", "Wed", "Thu", "Fri", "Sat"};
static const char * const monname[] =
{"Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun",
"Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"};
- if (MAXARG < 1)
- (void)time(&when);
- else
-#ifdef BIG_TIME
- when = (Time_t)SvNVx(POPs);
-#else
- when = (Time_t)SvIVx(POPs);
-#endif
+ if (MAXARG < 1) {
+ time_t now;
+ (void)time(&now);
+ when = (Time64_T)now;
+ }
+ else {
+ /* XXX POPq uses an SvIV so it won't work with 32 bit integer scalars
+ using a double causes an unfortunate loss of accuracy on high numbers.
+ What we really need is an SvQV.
+ */
+ double input = POPn;
+ when = (Time64_T)input;
+ if( when != input ) {
+ Perl_warner(aTHX_ packWARN(WARN_OVERFLOW),
+ "%s(%.0f) too large", opname, input);
+ }
+ }
if (PL_op->op_type == OP_LOCALTIME)
-#ifdef LOCALTIME_EDGECASE_BROKEN
- tmbuf = S_my_localtime(aTHX_ &when);
-#else
- tmbuf = localtime(&when);
-#endif
+ err = localtime64_r(&when, &tmbuf);
else
- tmbuf = gmtime(&when);
+ err = gmtime64_r(&when, &tmbuf);
- if (GIMME != G_ARRAY) {
+ if( err == NULL ) {
+ /* XXX %lld broken for quads */
+ Perl_warner(aTHX_ packWARN(WARN_OVERFLOW),
+ "%s(%.0f) failed", opname, (double)when);
+ }
+
+ if (GIMME != G_ARRAY) { /* scalar context */
SV *tsv;
+ /* XXX newSVpvf()'s %lld type is broken, so cheat with a double */
+ double year = (double)tmbuf.tm_year + 1900;
+
EXTEND(SP, 1);
EXTEND_MORTAL(1);
- if (!tmbuf)
+ if (err == NULL)
RETPUSHUNDEF;
- tsv = Perl_newSVpvf(aTHX_ "%s %s %2d %02d:%02d:%02d %d",
- dayname[tmbuf->tm_wday],
- monname[tmbuf->tm_mon],
- tmbuf->tm_mday,
- tmbuf->tm_hour,
- tmbuf->tm_min,
- tmbuf->tm_sec,
- tmbuf->tm_year + 1900);
+
+ tsv = Perl_newSVpvf(aTHX_ "%s %s %2d %02d:%02d:%02d %.0f",
+ dayname[tmbuf.tm_wday],
+ monname[tmbuf.tm_mon],
+ tmbuf.tm_mday,
+ tmbuf.tm_hour,
+ tmbuf.tm_min,
+ tmbuf.tm_sec,
+ year);
mPUSHs(tsv);
}
- else if (tmbuf) {
+ else { /* list context */
+ if ( err == NULL )
+ RETURN;
+
EXTEND(SP, 9);
EXTEND_MORTAL(9);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_sec);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_min);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_hour);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_mday);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_mon);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_year);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_wday);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_yday);
- mPUSHi(tmbuf->tm_isdst);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_sec);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_min);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_hour);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_mday);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_mon);
+ mPUSHn(tmbuf.tm_year);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_wday);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_yday);
+ mPUSHi(tmbuf.tm_isdst);
}
RETURN;
}
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12 reentr.c
@@ -115,10 +115,6 @@ Perl_reentrant_size(pTHX) {
# endif
# endif
#endif /* HAS_GETSPNAM_R */
-#ifdef HAS_GMTIME_R
-#endif /* HAS_GMTIME_R */
-#ifdef HAS_LOCALTIME_R
-#endif /* HAS_LOCALTIME_R */
#ifdef HAS_RANDOM_R
#endif /* HAS_RANDOM_R */
#ifdef HAS_READDIR_R
@@ -205,10 +201,6 @@ Perl_reentrant_init(pTHX) {
# endif
Newx(PL_reentrant_buffer->_spent_buffer, PL_reentrant_buffer->_spent_size, char);
#endif /* HAS_GETSPNAM_R */
-#ifdef HAS_GMTIME_R
-#endif /* HAS_GMTIME_R */
-#ifdef HAS_LOCALTIME_R
-#endif /* HAS_LOCALTIME_R */
#ifdef HAS_RANDOM_R
#endif /* HAS_RANDOM_R */
#ifdef HAS_READDIR_R
@@ -280,10 +272,6 @@ Perl_reentrant_free(pTHX) {
#ifdef HAS_GETSPNAM_R
Safefree(PL_reentrant_buffer->_spent_buffer);
#endif /* HAS_GETSPNAM_R */
-#ifdef HAS_GMTIME_R
-#endif /* HAS_GMTIME_R */
-#ifdef HAS_LOCALTIME_R
-#endif /* HAS_LOCALTIME_R */
#ifdef HAS_RANDOM_R
#endif /* HAS_RANDOM_R */
#ifdef HAS_READDIR_R
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43 reentr.h
@@ -185,13 +185,12 @@
#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_SBIE 69
#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_SBW 70
#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TISBI 71
-#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TS 72
-#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TSBI 73
-#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TSBIE 74
-#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TWISBIE 75
-#define REENTRANT_PROTO_V_D 76
-#define REENTRANT_PROTO_V_H 77
-#define REENTRANT_PROTO_V_ID 78
+#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TSBI 72
+#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TSBIE 73
+#define REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TWISBIE 74
+#define REENTRANT_PROTO_V_D 75
+#define REENTRANT_PROTO_V_H 76
+#define REENTRANT_PROTO_V_ID 77
/* Defines for indicating which special features are supported. */
@@ -740,12 +739,6 @@ typedef struct {
FILE* _spent_fptr;
# endif
#endif /* HAS_GETSPNAM_R */
-#ifdef HAS_GMTIME_R
- struct tm _gmtime_struct;
-#endif /* HAS_GMTIME_R */
-#ifdef HAS_LOCALTIME_R
- struct tm _localtime_struct;
-#endif /* HAS_LOCALTIME_R */
#ifdef HAS_RANDOM_R
struct random_data _random_struct;
# if RANDOM_R_PROTO == REENTRANT_PROTO_I_iS
@@ -1330,30 +1323,6 @@ typedef struct {
# endif
#endif /* HAS_GETSPNAM_R */
-#ifdef HAS_GMTIME_R
-# if defined(PERL_REENTR_API) && (PERL_REENTR_API+0 == 1)
-# undef gmtime
-# if !defined(gmtime) && GMTIME_R_PROTO == REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TS
-# define gmtime(a) (gmtime_r(a, &PL_reentrant_buffer->_gmtime_struct) ? &PL_reentrant_buffer->_gmtime_struct : 0)
-# endif
-# if !defined(gmtime) && GMTIME_R_PROTO == REENTRANT_PROTO_I_TS
-# define gmtime(a) (gmtime_r(a, &PL_reentrant_buffer->_gmtime_struct) == 0 ? &PL_reentrant_buffer->_gmtime_struct : 0)
-# endif
-# endif
-#endif /* HAS_GMTIME_R */
-
-#ifdef HAS_LOCALTIME_R
-# if defined(PERL_REENTR_API) && (PERL_REENTR_API+0 == 1)
-# undef localtime
-# if !defined(localtime) && LOCALTIME_R_PROTO == REENTRANT_PROTO_S_TS
-# define localtime(a) (L_R_TZSET localtime_r(a, &PL_reentrant_buffer->_localtime_struct) ? &PL_reentrant_buffer->_localtime_struct : 0)
-# endif
-# if !defined(localtime) && LOCALTIME_R_PROTO == REENTRANT_PROTO_I_TS
-# define localtime(a) (L_R_TZSET localtime_r(a, &PL_reentrant_buffer->_localtime_struct) == 0 ? &PL_reentrant_buffer->_localtime_struct : 0)
-# endif
-# endif
-#endif /* HAS_LOCALTIME_R */
-
#ifdef HAS_RANDOM_R
# if defined(PERL_REENTR_API) && (PERL_REENTR_API+0 == 1)
# undef random
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7 reentr.pl
@@ -504,7 +504,7 @@ sub define {
EOF
pushssif $endif;
}
- elsif ($func =~ /^(drand48|gmtime|localtime|random|srandom)$/) {
+ elsif ($func =~ /^(drand48|random|srandom)$/) {
pushssif $ifdef;
push @struct, <<EOF;
$seent{$func} _${func}_struct;
@@ -716,9 +716,6 @@ sub define {
}
my $call = "${func}_r($v$w)";
- if ($func eq 'localtime') {
- $call = "L_R_TZSET $call";
- }
# Must make OpenBSD happy
my $memzero = '';
@@ -1124,8 +1121,6 @@ sub define {
getservbyport IC|netdb |struct servent |I_ICSBWR|S_ICSBI|I_ICSD|D=struct servent_data*
getservent |netdb |struct servent |I_SBWR|I_SBI|S_SBI|I_SD|D=struct servent_data*
getspnam C |shadow |struct spwd |I_CSBWR|S_CSBI
-gmtime T |time |struct tm |S_TS|I_TS|T=const time_t*
-localtime T |time |struct tm |S_TS|I_TS|T=const time_t*
random |stdlib |struct random_data|I_iS|I_lS|I_St|i=int*|l=long*|t=int32_t*
readdir T |dirent |struct dirent |I_TSR|I_TS|T=DIR*
readdir64 T |dirent |struct dirent64|I_TSR|I_TS|T=DIR*
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67 t/op/time.t
@@ -1,14 +1,12 @@
#!./perl
-$does_gmtime = gmtime(time);
-
BEGIN {
chdir 't' if -d 't';
@INC = '../lib';
require './test.pl';
}
-plan tests => 8;
+plan tests => 42;
($beguser,$begsys) = times;
@@ -32,7 +30,9 @@ ok($i >= 2_000_000, 'very basic times test');
($xsec,$foo) = localtime($now);
$localyday = $yday;
-ok($sec != $xsec && $mday && $year, 'localtime() list context');
+isnt($sec, $xsec), 'localtime() list context';
+ok $mday, ' month day';
+ok $year, ' year';
ok(localtime() =~ /^(Sun|Mon|Tue|Wed|Thu|Fri|Sat)[ ]
(Jan|Feb|Mar|Apr|May|Jun|Jul|Aug|Sep|Oct|Nov|Dec)[ ]
@@ -56,13 +56,13 @@ $ENV{TZ} = "GMT+5";
ok($hour != $hour2, 'changes to $ENV{TZ} respected');
}
-SKIP: {
- skip "No gmtime()", 3 unless $does_gmtime;
($sec,$min,$hour,$mday,$mon,$year,$wday,$yday,$isdst) = gmtime($beg);
($xsec,$foo) = localtime($now);
-ok($sec != $xsec && $mday && $year, 'gmtime() list context');
+isnt($sec, $xsec), 'gmtime() list conext';
+ok $mday, ' month day';
+ok $year, ' year';
my $day_diff = $localyday - $yday;
ok( grep({ $day_diff == $_ } (0, 1, -1, 364, 365, -364, -365)),
@@ -76,4 +76,57 @@ ok(gmtime() =~ /^(Sun|Mon|Tue|Wed|Thu|Fri|Sat)[ ]
/x,
'gmtime(), scalar context'
);
+
+
+
+# Test gmtime over a range of times.
+{
+ # gm/localtime should go all the way from -2**63 to 2**63-1
+ # but floating point hacks mean it gets unreliable for large numbers.
+ my %tests = (
+ # time_t gmtime list scalar
+ -2**35 => [52, 13, 20, 7, 2, -1019, 5, 65, 0, "Fri Mar 7 20:13:52 881"],
+ -2**32 => [44, 31, 17, 24, 10, -67, 0, 327, 0, "Sun Nov 24 17:31:44 1833"],
+ -2**31 => [52, 45, 20, 13, 11, 1, 5, 346, 0, "Fri Dec 13 20:45:52 1901"],
+ -1 => [59, 59, 23, 31, 11, 69, 3, 364, 0, "Wed Dec 31 23:59:59 1969"],
+ 0 => [0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 70, 4, 0, 0, "Thu Jan 1 00:00:00 1970"],
+ 1 => [1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 70, 4, 0, 0, "Thu Jan 1 00:00:01 1970"],
+ 2**30 => [4, 37, 13, 10, 0, 104, 6, 9, 0, "Sat Jan 10 13:37:04 2004"],
+ 2**31 => [8, 14, 3, 19, 0, 138, 2, 18, 0, "Tue Jan 19 03:14:08 2038"],
+ 2**32 => [16, 28, 6, 7, 1, 206, 0, 37, 0, "Sun Feb 7 06:28:16 2106"],
+ 2**39 => [8, 18, 12, 25, 0, 17491, 2, 24, 0, "Tue Jan 25 12:18:08 19391"],
+ );
+
+ for my $time (keys %tests) {
+ my @expected = @{$tests{$time}};
+ my $scalar = pop @expected;
+
+ ok eq_array([gmtime($time)], \@expected), "gmtime($time) list context";
+ is scalar gmtime($time), $scalar, " scalar";
+ }
+}
+
+
+# Test localtime
+{
+ # We pick times which fall in the middle of a month, so the month and year should be
+ # the same regardless of the time zone.
+ my %tests = (
+ # time_t month, year, scalar
+ -8589934592 => [9, -203, qr/Oct \d+ .* 1697$/],
+ -1296000 => [11, 69, qr/Dec \d+ .* 1969$/],
+ 1296000 => [0, 70, qr/Jan \d+ .* 1970$/],
+ 5000000000 => [5, 228, qr/Jun \d+ .* 2128$/],
+ 1163500000 => [10, 106, qr/Nov \d+ .* 2006$/],
+ );
+
+ for my $time (keys %tests) {
+ my @expected = @{$tests{$time}};
+ my $scalar = pop @expected;
+
+ my @time = (localtime($time))[4,5];
+ ok( eq_array(\@time, \@expected), "localtime($time) list context" )
+ or diag("@time");
+ like scalar localtime($time), $scalar, " scalar";
+ }
}
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581 time64.c
@@ -0,0 +1,581 @@
+/*
+
+Copyright (c) 2007-2008 Michael G Schwern
+
+This software originally derived from Paul Sheer's pivotal_gmtime_r.c.
+
+The MIT License:
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
+in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
+to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
+copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
+OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
+THE SOFTWARE.
+
+*/
+
+/*
+
+Programmers who have available to them 64-bit time values as a 'long
+long' type can use localtime64_r() and gmtime64_r() which correctly
+converts the time even on 32-bit systems. Whether you have 64-bit time
+values will depend on the operating system.
+
+localtime64_r() is a 64-bit equivalent of localtime_r().
+
+gmtime64_r() is a 64-bit equivalent of gmtime_r().
+
+*/
+
+#include "time64.h"
+
+static const int days_in_month[2][12] = {
+ {31, 28, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31},
+ {31, 29, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31},
+};
+
+static const int julian_days_by_month[2][12] = {
+ {0, 31, 59, 90, 120, 151, 181, 212, 243, 273, 304, 334},
+ {0, 31, 60, 91, 121, 152, 182, 213, 244, 274, 305, 335},
+};
+
+static const int length_of_year[2] = { 365, 366 };
+
+/* Number of days in a 400 year Gregorian cycle */
+static const Year years_in_gregorian_cycle = 400;
+static const int days_in_gregorian_cycle = (365 * 400) + 100 - 4 + 1;
+
+/* 28 year calendar cycle between 2010 and 2037 */
+#define SOLAR_CYCLE_LENGTH 28
+static const int safe_years[SOLAR_CYCLE_LENGTH] = {
+ 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019,
+ 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023,
+ 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027,
+ 2028, 2029, 2030, 2031,
+ 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035,
+ 2036, 2037, 2010, 2011,
+ 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
+};
+
+static const int dow_year_start[SOLAR_CYCLE_LENGTH] = {
+ 5, 0, 1, 2, /* 0 2016 - 2019 */
+ 3, 5, 6, 0, /* 4 */
+ 1, 3, 4, 5, /* 8 */
+ 6, 1, 2, 3, /* 12 */
+ 4, 6, 0, 1, /* 16 */
+ 2, 4, 5, 6, /* 20 2036, 2037, 2010, 2011 */
+ 0, 2, 3, 4 /* 24 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 */
+};
+
+/* Let's assume people are going to be looking for dates in the future.
+ Let's provide some cheats so you can skip ahead.
+ This has a 4x speed boost when near 2008.
+*/
+/* Number of days since epoch on Jan 1st, 2008 GMT */
+#define CHEAT_DAYS (1199145600 / 24 / 60 / 60)
+#define CHEAT_YEARS 108
+
+#define IS_LEAP(n) ((!(((n) + 1900) % 400) || (!(((n) + 1900) % 4) && (((n) + 1900) % 100))) != 0)
+#define WRAP(a,b,m) ((a) = ((a) < 0 ) ? ((b)--, (a) + (m)) : (a))
+
+#ifdef USE_SYSTEM_LOCALTIME
+# define SHOULD_USE_SYSTEM_LOCALTIME(a) ( \
+ (a) <= SYSTEM_LOCALTIME_MAX && \
+ (a) >= SYSTEM_LOCALTIME_MIN \
+)
+#else
+# define SHOULD_USE_SYSTEM_LOCALTIME(a) (0)
+#endif
+
+#ifdef USE_SYSTEM_GMTIME
+# define SHOULD_USE_SYSTEM_GMTIME(a) ( \
+ (a) <= SYSTEM_GMTIME_MAX && \
+ (a) >= SYSTEM_GMTIME_MIN \
+)
+#else
+# define SHOULD_USE_SYSTEM_GMTIME(a) (0)
+#endif
+
+/* Multi varadic macros are a C99 thing, alas */
+#ifdef TIME_64_DEBUG
+# define TRACE(format) (fprintf(stderr, format))
+# define TRACE1(format, var1) (fprintf(stderr, format, var1))
+# define TRACE2(format, var1, var2) (fprintf(stderr, format, var1, var2))
+# define TRACE3(format, var1, var2, var3) (fprintf(stderr, format, var1, var2, var3))
+#else
+# define TRACE(format) ((void)0)
+# define TRACE1(format, var1) ((void)0)
+# define TRACE2(format, var1, var2) ((void)0)
+# define TRACE3(format, var1, var2, var3) ((void)0)
+#endif
+
+static int is_exception_century(Year year)
+{
+ int is_exception = ((year % 100 == 0) && !(year % 400 == 0));
+ TRACE1("# is_exception_century: %s\n", is_exception ? "yes" : "no");
+
+ return(is_exception);
+}
+
+
+Time64_T timegm64(struct TM *date) {
+ int days = 0;
+ Time64_T seconds = 0;
+ Year year;
+
+ if( date->tm_year > 70 ) {
+ year = 70;
+ while( year < date->tm_year ) {
+ days += length_of_year[IS_LEAP(year)];
+ year++;
+ }
+ }
+ else if ( date->tm_year < 70 ) {
+ year = 69;
+ do {
+ days -= length_of_year[IS_LEAP(year)];
+ year--;
+ } while( year >= date->tm_year );
+ }
+
+ days += julian_days_by_month[IS_LEAP(date->tm_year)][date->tm_mon];
+ days += date->tm_mday - 1;
+
+ /* Avoid overflowing the days integer */
+ seconds = days;
+ seconds = seconds * 60 * 60 * 24;
+
+ seconds += date->tm_hour * 60 * 60;
+ seconds += date->tm_min * 60;
+ seconds += date->tm_sec;
+
+ return(seconds);
+}
+
+
+static int check_tm(struct TM *tm)
+{
+ /* Don't forget leap seconds */
+ assert(tm->tm_sec >= 0);
+ assert(tm->tm_sec <= 61);
+
+ assert(tm->tm_min >= 0);
+ assert(tm->tm_min <= 59);
+
+ assert(tm->tm_hour >= 0);
+ assert(tm->tm_hour <= 23);
+
+ assert(tm->tm_mday >= 1);
+ assert(tm->tm_mday <= days_in_month[IS_LEAP(tm->tm_year)][tm->tm_mon]);
+
+ assert(tm->tm_mon >= 0);
+ assert(tm->tm_mon <= 11);
+
+ assert(tm->tm_wday >= 0);
+ assert(tm->tm_wday <= 6);
+
+ assert(tm->tm_yday >= 0);
+ assert(tm->tm_yday <= length_of_year[IS_LEAP(tm->tm_year)]);
+
+#ifdef HAS_TM_TM_GMTOFF
+ assert(tm->tm_gmtoff >= -24 * 60 * 60);
+ assert(tm->tm_gmtoff <= 24 * 60 * 60);
+#endif
+
+ return 1;
+}
+
+
+/* The exceptional centuries without leap years cause the cycle to
+ shift by 16
+*/
+static Year cycle_offset(Year year)
+{
+ const Year start_year = 2000;
+ Year year_diff = year - start_year;
+ Year exceptions;
+
+ if( year > start_year )
+ year_diff--;
+
+ exceptions = year_diff / 100;
+ exceptions -= year_diff / 400;
+
+ TRACE3("# year: %lld, exceptions: %lld, year_diff: %lld\n",
+ year, exceptions, year_diff);
+
+ return exceptions * 16;
+}
+
+/* For a given year after 2038, pick the latest possible matching
+ year in the 28 year calendar cycle.
+
+ A matching year...
+ 1) Starts on the same day of the week.
+ 2) Has the same leap year status.
+
+ This is so the calendars match up.
+
+ Also the previous year must match. When doing Jan 1st you might
+ wind up on Dec 31st the previous year when doing a -UTC time zone.
+
+ Finally, the next year must have the same start day of week. This
+ is for Dec 31st with a +UTC time zone.
+ It doesn't need the same leap year status since we only care about
+ January 1st.
+*/
+static int safe_year(Year year)
+{
+ int safe_year;
+ Year year_cycle = year + cycle_offset(year);
+
+ /* Change non-leap xx00 years to an equivalent */
+ if( is_exception_century(year) )
+ year_cycle += 11;
+
+ /* Also xx01 years, since the previous year will be wrong */
+ if( is_exception_century(year - 1) )
+ year_cycle += 17;
+
+ year_cycle %= SOLAR_CYCLE_LENGTH;
+ if( year_cycle < 0 )
+ year_cycle = SOLAR_CYCLE_LENGTH + year_cycle;
+
+ assert( year_cycle >= 0 );
+ assert( year_cycle < SOLAR_CYCLE_LENGTH );
+ safe_year = safe_years[year_cycle];
+
+ assert(safe_year <= 2037 && safe_year >= 2010);
+
+ TRACE3("# year: %lld, year_cycle: %lld, safe_year: %d\n",
+ year, year_cycle, safe_year);
+
+ return safe_year;
+}
+
+
+void copy_tm_to_TM(const struct tm *src, struct TM *dest) {
+ if( src == NULL ) {
+ memset(dest, 0, sizeof(*dest));
+ }
+ else {
+# ifdef USE_TM64
+ dest->tm_sec = src->tm_sec;
+ dest->tm_min = src->tm_min;
+ dest->tm_hour = src->tm_hour;
+ dest->tm_mday = src->tm_mday;
+ dest->tm_mon = src->tm_mon;
+ dest->tm_year = (Year)src->tm_year;
+ dest->tm_wday = src->tm_wday;
+ dest->tm_yday = src->tm_yday;
+ dest->tm_isdst = src->tm_isdst;
+
+# ifdef HAS_TM_TM_GMTOFF
+ dest->tm_gmtoff = src->tm_gmtoff;
+# endif
+
+# ifdef HAS_TM_TM_ZONE
+ dest->tm_zone = src->tm_zone;
+# endif
+
+# else
+ /* They're the same type */
+ memcpy(dest, src, sizeof(*dest));
+# endif
+ }
+}
+
+
+void copy_TM_to_tm(const struct TM *src, struct tm *dest) {
+ if( src == NULL ) {
+ memset(dest, 0, sizeof(*dest));
+ }
+ else {
+# ifdef USE_TM64
+ dest->tm_sec = src->tm_sec;
+ dest->tm_min = src->tm_min;
+ dest->tm_hour = src->tm_hour;
+ dest->tm_mday = src->tm_mday;
+ dest->tm_mon = src->tm_mon;
+ dest->tm_year = (int)src->tm_year;
+ dest->tm_wday = src->tm_wday;
+ dest->tm_yday = src->tm_yday;
+ dest->tm_isdst = src->tm_isdst;
+
+# ifdef HAS_TM_TM_GMTOFF
+ dest->tm_gmtoff = src->tm_gmtoff;
+# endif
+
+# ifdef HAS_TM_TM_ZONE
+ dest->tm_zone = src->tm_zone;
+# endif
+
+# else
+ /* They're the same type */
+ memcpy(dest, src, sizeof(*dest));
+# endif
+ }
+}
+
+
+/* Simulate localtime_r() to the best of our ability */
+struct tm * fake_localtime_r(const time_t *clock, struct tm *result) {
+ const struct tm *static_result = localtime(clock);
+
+ assert(result != NULL);
+
+ if( static_result == NULL ) {
+ memset(result, 0, sizeof(*result));
+ return NULL;
+ }
+ else {
+ memcpy(result, static_result, sizeof(*result));
+ return result;
+ }
+}
+
+
+/* Simulate gmtime_r() to the best of our ability */
+struct tm * fake_gmtime_r(const time_t *clock, struct tm *result) {
+ const struct tm *static_result = gmtime(clock);
+
+ assert(result != NULL);
+
+ if( static_result == NULL ) {
+ memset(result, 0, sizeof(*result));
+ return NULL;
+ }
+ else {
+ memcpy(result, static_result, sizeof(*result));
+ return result;
+ }
+}
+
+
+struct TM *gmtime64_r (const Time64_T *in_time, struct TM *p)
+{
+ int v_tm_sec, v_tm_min, v_tm_hour, v_tm_mon, v_tm_wday;
+ Time64_T v_tm_tday;
+ int leap;
+ Time64_T m;
+ Time64_T time = *in_time;
+ Year year = 70;
+ int cycles = 0;
+
+ assert(p != NULL);
+
+ /* Use the system gmtime() if time_t is small enough */
+ if( SHOULD_USE_SYSTEM_GMTIME(*in_time) ) {
+ time_t safe_time = *in_time;
+ struct tm safe_date;
+ GMTIME_R(&safe_time, &safe_date);
+
+ copy_tm_to_TM(&safe_date, p);
+ assert(check_tm(p));
+
+ return p;
+ }
+
+#ifdef HAS_TM_TM_GMTOFF
+ p->tm_gmtoff = 0;
+#endif
+ p->tm_isdst = 0;
+
+#ifdef HAS_TM_TM_ZONE
+ p->tm_zone = "UTC";
+#endif
+
+ v_tm_sec = (int)(time % 60);
+ time /= 60;
+ v_tm_min = (int)(time % 60);
+ time /= 60;
+ v_tm_hour = (int)(time % 24);
+ time /= 24;
+ v_tm_tday = time;
+
+ WRAP (v_tm_sec, v_tm_min, 60);
+ WRAP (v_tm_min, v_tm_hour, 60);
+ WRAP (v_tm_hour, v_tm_tday, 24);
+
+ v_tm_wday = (int)((v_tm_tday + 4) % 7);
+ if (v_tm_wday < 0)
+ v_tm_wday += 7;
+ m = v_tm_tday;
+
+ if (m >= CHEAT_DAYS) {
+ year = CHEAT_YEARS;
+ m -= CHEAT_DAYS;
+ }
+
+ if (m >= 0) {
+ /* Gregorian cycles, this is huge optimization for distant times */
+ cycles = (int)(m / (Time64_T) days_in_gregorian_cycle);
+ if( cycles ) {
+ m -= (cycles * (Time64_T) days_in_gregorian_cycle);
+ year += (cycles * years_in_gregorian_cycle);
+ }
+
+ /* Years */
+ leap = IS_LEAP (year);
+ while (m >= (Time64_T) length_of_year[leap]) {
+ m -= (Time64_T) length_of_year[leap];
+ year++;
+ leap = IS_LEAP (year);
+ }
+
+ /* Months */
+ v_tm_mon = 0;
+ while (m >= (Time64_T) days_in_month[leap][v_tm_mon]) {
+ m -= (Time64_T) days_in_month[leap][v_tm_mon];
+ v_tm_mon++;
+ }
+ } else {
+ year--;
+
+ /* Gregorian cycles */
+ cycles = (int)((m / (Time64_T) days_in_gregorian_cycle) + 1);
+ if( cycles ) {
+ m -= (cycles * (Time64_T) days_in_gregorian_cycle);
+ year += (cycles * years_in_gregorian_cycle);
+ }
+
+ /* Years */
+ leap = IS_LEAP (year);
+ while (m < (Time64_T) -length_of_year[leap]) {
+ m += (Time64_T) length_of_year[leap];
+ year--;
+ leap = IS_LEAP (year);
+ }
+
+ /* Months */
+ v_tm_mon = 11;
+ while (m < (Time64_T) -days_in_month[leap][v_tm_mon]) {
+ m += (Time64_T) days_in_month[leap][v_tm_mon];
+ v_tm_mon--;
+ }
+ m += (Time64_T) days_in_month[leap][v_tm_mon];
+ }
+
+ p->tm_year = year;
+ if( p->tm_year != year ) {
+#ifdef EOVERFLOW
+ errno = EOVERFLOW;
+#endif
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+ /* At this point m is less than a year so casting to an int is safe */
+ p->tm_mday = (int) m + 1;
+ p->tm_yday = julian_days_by_month[leap][v_tm_mon] + (int)m;
+ p->tm_sec = v_tm_sec;
+ p->tm_min = v_tm_min;
+ p->tm_hour = v_tm_hour;
+ p->tm_mon = v_tm_mon;
+ p->tm_wday = v_tm_wday;
+
+ assert(check_tm(p));
+
+ return p;
+}
+
+
+struct TM *localtime64_r (const Time64_T *time, struct TM *local_tm)
+{
+ time_t safe_time;
+ struct tm safe_date;
+ struct TM gm_tm;
+ Year orig_year;
+ int month_diff;
+
+ assert(local_tm != NULL);
+
+ /* Use the system localtime() if time_t is small enough */
+ if( SHOULD_USE_SYSTEM_LOCALTIME(*time) ) {
+ safe_time = *time;
+
+ TRACE1("Using system localtime for %lld\n", *time);
+
+ LOCALTIME_R(&safe_time, &safe_date);
+
+ copy_tm_to_TM(&safe_date, local_tm);
+ assert(check_tm(local_tm));
+
+ return local_tm;
+ }
+
+ if( gmtime64_r(time, &gm_tm) == NULL ) {
+ TRACE1("gmtime64_r returned null for %lld\n", *time);
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+ orig_year = gm_tm.tm_year;
+
+ if (gm_tm.tm_year > (2037 - 1900) ||
+ gm_tm.tm_year < (1970 - 1900)
+ )
+ {
+ TRACE1("Mapping tm_year %lld to safe_year\n", (Year)gm_tm.tm_year);
+ gm_tm.tm_year = safe_year((Year)(gm_tm.tm_year + 1900)) - 1900;
+ }
+
+ safe_time = timegm64(&gm_tm);
+ if( LOCALTIME_R(&safe_time, &safe_date) == NULL ) {
+ TRACE1("localtime_r(%d) returned NULL\n", (int)safe_time);
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+ copy_tm_to_TM(&safe_date, local_tm);
+
+ local_tm->tm_year = orig_year;
+ if( local_tm->tm_year != orig_year ) {
+ TRACE2("tm_year overflow: tm_year %lld, orig_year %lld\n",
+ (Year)local_tm->tm_year, (Year)orig_year);
+
+#ifdef EOVERFLOW
+ errno = EOVERFLOW;
+#endif
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+
+ month_diff = local_tm->tm_mon - gm_tm.tm_mon;
+
+ /* When localtime is Dec 31st previous year and
+ gmtime is Jan 1st next year.
+ */
+ if( month_diff == 11 ) {
+ local_tm->tm_year--;
+ }
+
+ /* When localtime is Jan 1st, next year and
+ gmtime is Dec 31st, previous year.
+ */
+ if( month_diff == -11 ) {
+ local_tm->tm_year++;
+ }
+
+ /* GMT is Jan 1st, xx01 year, but localtime is still Dec 31st
+ in a non-leap xx00. There is one point in the cycle
+ we can't account for which the safe xx00 year is a leap
+ year. So we need to correct for Dec 31st comming out as
+ the 366th day of the year.
+ */
+ if( !IS_LEAP(local_tm->tm_year) && local_tm->tm_yday == 365 )
+ local_tm->tm_yday--;
+
+ assert(check_tm(local_tm));
+
+ return local_tm;
+}
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+#include <time.h>
+#include "time64_config.h"
+
+#ifndef TIME64_H
+# define TIME64_H
+
+
+/* Set our custom types */
+typedef INT_64_T Int64;
+typedef Int64 Time64_T;
+typedef Int64 Year;
+
+
+/* A copy of the tm struct but with a 64 bit year */
+struct TM64 {
+ int tm_sec;
+ int tm_min;
+ int tm_hour;
+ int tm_mday;
+ int tm_mon;
+ Year tm_year;
+ int tm_wday;
+ int tm_yday;
+ int tm_isdst;
+
+#ifdef HAS_TM_TM_GMTOFF
+ long tm_gmtoff;
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAS_TM_TM_ZONE
+ char *tm_zone;
+#endif
+};
+
+
+/* Decide which tm struct to use */
+#ifdef USE_TM64
+#define TM TM64
+#else
+#define TM tm
+#endif
+
+
+/* Declare public functions */
+struct TM *gmtime64_r (const Time64_T *, struct TM *);
+struct TM *localtime64_r (const Time64_T *, struct TM *);
+Time64_T timegm64 (struct TM *);
+
+
+/* Not everyone has gm/localtime_r(), provide a replacement */
+#ifdef HAS_LOCALTIME_R
+# define LOCALTIME_R(clock, result) localtime_r(clock, result)
+#else
+# define LOCALTIME_R(clock, result) fake_localtime_r(clock, result)
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_GMTIME_R
+# define GMTIME_R(clock, result) gmtime_r(clock, result)
+#else
+# define GMTIME_R(clock, result) fake_gmtime_r(clock, result)
+#endif
+
+#endif
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+#ifndef TIME64_CONFIG_H
+# define TIME64_CONFIG_H
+
+/* Configuration
+ -------------
+ Define as appropriate for your system.
+ Sensible defaults provided.
+*/
+
+/* Debugging
+ TIME_64_DEBUG
+ Define if you want debugging messages
+*/
+/* #define TIME_64_DEBUG */
+
+
+/* INT_64_T
+ A 64 bit integer type to use to store time and others.
+ Must be defined.
+*/
+#define INT_64_T Quad_t
+
+
+/* USE_TM64
+ Should we use a 64 bit safe replacement for tm? This will
+ let you go past year 2 billion but the struct will be incompatible
+ with tm. Conversion functions will be provided.
+*/
+#define USE_TM64
+
+
+/* Availability of system functions.
+
+ HAS_GMTIME_R
+ Define if your system has gmtime_r()
+
+ HAS_LOCALTIME_R
+ Define if your system has localtime_r()
+
+ HAS_TIMEGM
+ Define if your system has timegm(), a GNU extension.
+*/
+/* Set in config.h */
+
+
+/* Details of non-standard tm struct elements.
+
+ HAS_TM_TM_GMTOFF
+ True if your tm struct has a "tm_gmtoff" element.
+ A BSD extension.
+
+ HAS_TM_TM_ZONE
+ True if your tm struct has a "tm_zone" element.
+ A BSD extension.
+*/
+/* Set in config.h */
+
+
+/* USE_SYSTEM_LOCALTIME
+ USE_SYSTEM_GMTIME
+ Should we use the system functions if the time is inside their range?
+ Your system localtime() is probably more accurate, but our gmtime() is
+ fast and safe.
+*/
+#define USE_SYSTEM_LOCALTIME
+/* #define USE_SYSTEM_GMTIME */
+
+
+/* SYSTEM_LOCALTIME_MAX
+ SYSTEM_LOCALTIME_MIN
+ SYSTEM_GMTIME_MAX
+ SYSTEM_GMTIME_MIN
+ Maximum and minimum values your system's gmtime() and localtime()
+ can handle. We will use your system functions if the time falls
+ inside these ranges.
+*/
+#define SYSTEM_LOCALTIME_MAX LOCALTIME_MAX
+#define SYSTEM_LOCALTIME_MIN LOCALTIME_MIN
+#define SYSTEM_GMTIME_MAX GMTIME_MAX
+#define SYSTEM_GMTIME_MIN GMTIME_MIN
+
+#endif /* TIME64_CONFIG_H */
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