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Id: 31202
Status: resolved
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Owner: erick.antezana [...] gmail.com
Requestors: SREZIC [...] cpan.org
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Subject: Calling "date" is not portable
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[onto-perl version 1.04] In CCO::Core::Ontology (and maybe also other places), there are calls to the unix utility "date". This is not portable, especially when using Windows. Windows also has a command "date", but with a complete different semantics (prompting the user and waiting for a new date to enter). This means that for example the test suite seems to hang. Regards, Slaven
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Hi, thanks for pointing it out. I have changed all the system calls to the unix command 'date'; now, I am using the function 'localtime' to get it. Erick


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