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bug#19302: 24.4.51; `date-to-time' fails after 2038

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: bug#19302: 24.4.51; `date-to-time' fails after 2038
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2014 11:42:25 -0500

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  > >> I agree, but not by making Emacs do heroic hacks, instead we can make
  > >> the problem go away by telling the user to update his C library.
  > > What C library version fixes this?

  > I don't know.  But as long as the problem is not sufficiently important
  > to fix it in the C library, I don't see why we should fix it in Emacs.

Does anyone know what C library version fixes this?
Whoever said it can be fixed that way -- do you know?

Dr Richard Stallman
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