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Author belopolsky
Recipients EdSchouten, akira, belopolsky, lemburg, pitrou, tim.peters, vstinner
Date 2016-09-14.21:29:28
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> I thought `[...]localtime_r()`'s way of ordering the arguments made most sense here.

Right. I keep forgetting which one is localtime_r and which is localtime_s. I don't think there is any preference in the Python codebase. (PEP 8 is silent on this point.)

Use of time_t instead of time_t* makes it obvious which argument is input, so as I said, for me the order does not matter.  Google style guide is reason enough to pick the order.
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