Let check_max see the time.h configuration before it checks the limits Split time64_config.h into time64_limits.h so check_max can use time64_config.h Time::y2038 has to create time64_config.h before it can run check_max
Rework time64_config.h to take a pile of constants representing the mktime/timegm limits. This sucks, but I don't know how to put a struct into a header file without C complaining and I don't want to split the config.
…fix them. Also fix that pesky "constant is unsigned in ISO C" warning.
Based on suggestions by Roger Pate on Stack Overflow. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2214778/how-can-this-makefile-be-made-better-easier-less-redundant/2214818#2214818
…raries. From perl 7430375d1909c2b62c1fb3f9c6ed4b9d24dfcf32
…headdesk* Hopefully it doesn't strip out numbers, too. From perl ef3a38ffad701e4f5a98a0a1f84c7e2e8c3da11e by Craig A. Berry <email@example.com> but with modifications to the new name.
And some other housekeeping in the README.
with "make test" Change clean to just blow away all the t/*.t files which are all compiled C programs.