> This has to be examined somewhat indirectly, because SRFI-19 doesn't offer
> any way to display a TAI time in its conventional form as a date-like
> structure, nor to input a TAI time from such a structure.
I think that is as it should be. TAI time is a count of SI seconds from a particular instant in time. It is not divided up into minutes, hours, days, months, years, etc. I realize that this is often done, but I believe it to be not actually meaningful. These terms apply to dynamical time and also in a slightly different way to UTC, but they have little meaning for TAI.
"Mr. Lane, if you ever wish anything that I can do, all you will have
to do will be to send me a telegram asking and it will be done."
"Mr. Hearst, if you ever get a telegram from me asking you to do
anything, you can put the telegram down as a forgery."