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Id: 717
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: TimeDate

Owner: GBARR [...] CPAN.ORG
Requestors: michael [...]

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From: Michael Schindler <michael [...]>
To: "'gbarr [...]'" <gbarr [...]>
Subject: Date::Parse perl module
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 18:24:59 +0200
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hi! bugzilla has a bug which could be tracked to Date::Parse module. URL: thanks for writing the module! michael Description: Opened: 2002-06-02 03:27 The string '2002-6-1' is not a legal date. This is what Bugzilla says. 2002-6-01 is, though. So the month may be one digit, the day not. pi ------- Additional Comment #1 From Michael Schindler 2002-06-06 09:22 ------- this is a problem in Date::Parse perl module. suggest setting to ontfix and forwarding to the relevant lines: # Date: 12-12-96 (using '-', '.' or '/' ) elsif ($dtstr =~ s#\s(\d\d*)([\-\./])(\d\d?)(\2(\d\d+))?\s# #o) { second line should be: elsif ($dtstr =~ s#\s(\d\d*)([\-\./])(\d\d?)(\2(\d\d*))?\s# #o) { (there is an asterix instead of the plus close to the end)
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