>From the time-to-seconds doc-string: "Convert time value TIME to a floating point number. You can use `float-time' instead." Looking at both functions, there doesn't seem to be any difference other than float-time being implemented in C. Should time-to-seconds just be aliased to float-time?
Patch to time-date.el: < ;;;###autoload < (defun time-to-seconds (time) < "Convert time value TIME to a floating point number. < You can use `float-time' instead." < (with-decoded-time-value ((high low micro time))
< (+ (* 1.0 high 65536) < low < (/ micro 1000000.0)))) --- > (defalias 'time-to-seconds 'float-time)
Thanks, Nathaniel Flath
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alias time-to-seconds to float-time,