Paul Jakma, Sat, May 07, 2005 at 04:49:50PM +0100:
> Even better, we have 30 years to fix this. Let's just wait a while -
> 64bit machines will become more and more prevalent over the next 10
> years so that will shake out 64bit time_t bugs in various
the worst thing about the y2k38 thing is that retirement age is 65, and I
will be only 64 in 2038, so I'm pretty sure I'll have to fix something anyway...
pbm - "but the only soldier now it's me, I'm fighting things that I
- cannot see, I think it's called my destiny, that I am changing"
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