Author brett.cannon
Recipients brett.cannon, eric.smith, skip.montanaro
Date 2007-09-17.16:12:44
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In terms of strptime, I would just change _strptime.strptime() to
_strptime._strptime() and have it return everything along with the
microseconds measurement.  Then have public functions that call that
function and either strip off the microseconds or not.

-Brett

On 9/17/07, Skip Montanaro <report@bugs.python.org> wrote:
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> Skip Montanaro added the comment:
>
> Brett,
>
> Continuing the discussion of strptime... It returns a time.struct_time.
> Would it cause too much breakage (only do this in 3.0) to add a tm_usec
> field to the end of that object?  It seems a lot of bits of code might
> still expect a length 9 tuple-ish thing and do this:
>
>   yy, mm, dd, hh, mm, ss, wk, j, tz = time.strptime(...)
>
> If we could make that change for 3.0 that might allow strptime to parse
> %f format codes.
>
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