Author Alexander.Belopolsky
Recipients Alexander.Belopolsky, Trundle, belopolsky, georg.brandl, l0nwlf, ned.deily, sandro.tosi, wsanchez
Date 2011-01-02.18:52:34
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On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:52 AM, Georg Brandl <> wrote:
> Well, then I would have no problem with checking for that condition beforehand and raising
> ValueError.

IIRC, there was a similar bug report about ctime where pre-condition
checking was required because platform ctime would crash for huge
values of time.  I'll try to find the ticket.

> On the other hand, it seems that implementations either return a correct string or NULL,
> so just erroring out in case of NULL would be fine as well.

This is true on the platforms that I have access to: OSX, Linux, and
Solaris.  I think asctime_r is available and behaves this way on
Python supported platforms.  I'll check this in and watch the bots.
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