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Re: [XForms] clock object with selector for show_seconds

From: Jens Thoms Toerring
Subject: Re: [XForms] clock object with selector for show_seconds
Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2017 23:38:05 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

Hi Brian,

On Tue, Aug 15, 2017 at 05:19:11PM -0400, Brian Tiffin wrote:
> > If you find the time to test it and observe any issues
> > please let me know!
> About to rebuild the 1.2.5pre

Sorry, but it's only in the git repository for now. It's
going to be 1.2.5pre2 when that becomes availabe. For the
git version you need the autotools installed to build from
that you need to do

./configure  [with whatever options you fancy]

> 23:59 is pm, 00:00 midnight is the change to am.
> 11:59 (minute before noon is still am)  12:00 noon is the change to pm.
> So,
> 12:00 midnight is am, 11:59 (night) is pm.
> 12:00 noon is pm, 11:59 (day) is am.

So is 0:00 (military use in the US, normal here in Germany) to be
expressed as 12:00am or 0:00am (or something else)? And what about
0:30? Is that 12:30am or 0:30am? And 12:00 is thus 12:00pm and
12:30 is 12:30pm? Problem is if you don't think about it too
much all seems somewhat logical, but if you start thinking
about it a bit more, it becomes more messy (already since
exactly noon is neither am nor pm;-)

                     Best regards, Jens
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