Specifically: "What time is it for $X" in the cases where people adjust the time zone database by putting nicks into it.
As a way to make the code look a little more consistent, I ran the lot of it through perltidy in hopes that it would make it a touch easier to read (even if no easier to actually understand).
Although the spelling "gramme" is rare, people still ask about "metres", so they should be supported.
Specifically, complained unprofessionally about the developer who changed it to add time zone support, and changed my email address to something which the spammers already know about.
…letins any more. Use the RSS feed at http://earthquake.usgs.gov/recenteqsww/eqs7day-M5.xml instead.
…o singingfish/master Conflicts: modules/hardlycrypt.pm
… Id string...
Sourceforge CVS seems to have stopped happening, so I can't even do a CVS import--so it's back to square 1!
looks like the user's trying to change currencies, before warewolf can get in and make a complete mess of it.
test to make sure my commit bit works
properly with it. Now there's some more stuff I can haul out of Process.pm including silly things like karma, URLs, and seen.
Note: need to add the following line(s) to infobot.config during upgrades # a message database, kind of like an answering machine message $dbname-messages
… prefix the response with the host we pinnged
silly ancient artifact. Bye-bye!
treated the same way, instead of being hacked. Besides, "o'clock noon" isn't a time of day.
…we might as well just put it in there.
…e of the extra shift at the beginning of fuzzytime() ), but now that i've fixed that, it turns out to be useless: mendel: what time is 3 ebi: 3 is just about seven o'clock in the evening, mendel. Thanks, ebi, if only I knew what YEAR. Anyhow, I want to integrate fweebles' timezone tricks into fuzzyclock instead of having fuzzytime() duplicated, but that deserves its own commit(s).
…ranslated phrase is unpunctuated, but as best as I can tell '###' always maintains position.