Recipients Arfrever, belopolsky, ethan.furman, lemburg,, vstinner
Date 2014-12-19.05:59:49
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naively and coming from C, you have time_t to represent time so even though underneath it's typedef, it gives the casual user like me comfort (2038 not accounted). I don't know the details why struct timespec was chosen rather than nanoseconds as integer, and in fact would rather leave that worry to others. 
maybe a typdef PyTimeStamp would make the defacto you mention more obvious, and maybe class timestamp(int):pass in python that seems to bring even more meaning but I don't know how you map that in the C API.

more practically speaking: you're welcomed to close this issue since it's seeminly going nowhere.
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