timestamps in sasl
Tue Aug 26 13:36:15 CEST 2003
Richard A. O'Keefe wrote:
> Con: potential for human error; people looking at the timestamps will be
> surprised by what they see.
This can be handled by formatting the printable representation of time
appropriately (either by conversion to local time, given the current
timezone information, or, if no timezone information is available, by
appending a "(UTC)" suffix to the time data).
I'd prefer that this is done in the default routines for converting to
printable representation, but if this isn't possible due to
compatibility considerations, a readily usable conversion function would
be a good second best option. (If such a function doesn't already exist.)
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