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Re: Bug#505927: just use the date(1) -d library instead of your own poor
Bernd Siggy Brentrup
Re: Bug#505927: just use the date(1) -d library instead of your own poorer date parser
Mon, 31 Aug 2009 14:55:01 +0200
I'm extremely angry about you forwarding my findings to the
Debian BTS. Debian decided not to give me a vote again without
passing a full NM procedure which I don't accept, hence:
*I don't fix their bugs without having a vote*.
@ Debian's at maintainer, I hereby declare:
*You are not allowed to use my findings for Debian.*
No objection against the Cc to gnu though.
On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 17:23 +0800, address@hidden wrote:
> >> >> However to get at to accept such a date, one needs:
> >> >> $ at -v $(date --rfc-3339=date -d 'now + 5 years + 11 months')
> >> >> Fri Oct 17 03:56:00 2014
> >> >> warning: commands will be executed using /bin/sh
> B'B> How do you like these:
> B'B> at-ng/build% ./at now + 5 years + 11 months
> B'B> Job will run at or after Wed, 29 Jul 2015 20:26:00 +0200.
> B'B> It was a trivial fix adding just 2 lines to the grammar.
> I'll cc them to let them know...
Please don't cite me to anybody without my permission. I addressed
address@hidden, not address@hidden or even
address@hidden, which you may be assured I am capable of.
My goal is not to make Debian's at package better, but to offer
an enhanced replacement via https://launchpad.net/~at-ng.
ps: Do you grant me permission to cite you to address@hidden,
which obviously is an address for at-ng related stuff?
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