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  1. [project @ TAG local-time-1.0]

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  1. [project @ fix parse-rfc3339-timestring: Z was not treated as a timez…

    …one when asserting for missing elements]
    attila-lendvai committed Sep 7, 2008
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  1. [project @ Made local-time:now portable by using %unix-gettimeofday]

    This will add nanosecond timestamp support to local-time:now in
    Clozure CL (tested) and CMUCL (untested) besides the already existing
    SBCL support. To support any other CL implementations, simply add an
    implementation to %unix-gettimeofday.
    Arjan Wekking committed Jul 22, 2008
  2. [project @ Added %unix-gettimeofday with implementation for SBCL, CCL…

    … and CMUCL]
    
    Maps to whatever the CL implementation has to access the UNIX
    gettimeofday(2) function. Returns NIL when the current implementation
    is not supported.
    Arjan Wekking committed Jul 22, 2008
Commits on Jul 21, 2008
  1. [project @ Removed read-time evaluation of constants]

    Clozure CL generates read errors when encountering read-time
    evaluation of constants such as '(integer 0 #.+seconds-per-day+) or
    #.+rotated-month-offsets-without-leap-day+ due to the constants not
    having been defined yet at read-time.
    
    I'm assuming most CL implementations will recognize these constants
    for what they are (constant) and will compile accordingly without
    these explicit reader macros.
    Arjan Wekking committed Jul 21, 2008
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  1. [project @ delete assert from adjust-timestamp, so that it works when…

    … a form is passed as part which, when evaluated, returns a valid part at runtime]
    attila-lendvai committed Jun 18, 2008
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  1. [project @ added a :offset &key for parse-timestring which serves as …

    …a default timezone offset when it's not specified in the timestring.]
    
    background: we can't get it from *default-timezone*, because to know the offset
    of a timezone, you need to have an exact timestamp (think of daylight savings).
    attila-lendvai committed Jun 16, 2008
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