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#186 Milli- and Micro-second time format

v1.1.x
pending
Václav Zeman
5
2013-08-14
2003-09-24
Caleb Epstein
No

I think the %q and %Q extensions to strftime should accept a use-leading-zeroes modifier (e.g. %03q) or be formatted with leading zeroes by default. The current format makes sorting and matching difficult.

Also, there should be another extension for getting the time in microseconds.

Discussion

  • Tad E. Smith
    Tad E. Smith
    2004-01-29

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    These formatters no print out leading zeros.

     
  • Tad E. Smith
    Tad E. Smith
    2004-01-29

    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Václav Zeman
    Václav Zeman
    2013-07-14

    Ticket moved from /p/log4cplus/feature-requests/3/

     
  • Václav Zeman
    Václav Zeman
    2013-08-14

    • labels: Interface Improvements (example) --> enhancement
    • Description has changed:

    Diff:

    --- old
    +++ new
    @@ -1,7 +1,3 @@
    -I think the %q and %Q extensions to strftime should 
    -accept a use-leading-zeroes modifier \(e.g. %03q\) or be 
    -formatted with leading zeroes by default.  The current 
    -format makes sorting and matching difficult.
    +I think the %q and %Q extensions to strftime should accept a use-leading-zeroes modifier \(e.g. %03q\) or be formatted with leading zeroes by default.  The current format makes sorting and matching difficult.
    
    -Also, there should be another extension for getting the 
    -time in microseconds.
    +Also, there should be another extension for getting the time in microseconds.
    
    • status: closed --> pending
    • assigned_to: Václav Zeman
    • Group: Next_Release --> v1.1.x