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aaa2ca670ab5f19390e77a1f5ea88017b312ceaf — louiz’ 7 years ago a8d28a3
Fix the parse_datetime by using %Z instead of %z

If anybody knows why fedora accepts both, but it only works with %z on
debian, please tell me.
2 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

M louloulibs/utils/time.cpp
M tests/utils.cpp
M louloulibs/utils/time.cpp => louloulibs/utils/time.cpp +2 -2
@@ 15,10 15,10 @@ std::string to_string(const std::time_t& timestamp)
std::time_t parse_datetime(const std::string& stamp)
{
  struct tm tm;
  if (!::strptime(stamp.data(), "%FT%T%z", &tm))
  if (!::strptime(stamp.data(), "%FT%T%Z", &tm))
    return -1;
  auto res = ::timegm(&tm);
  return res;
}

}
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}

M tests/utils.cpp => tests/utils.cpp +2 -0
@@ 127,5 127,7 @@ TEST_CASE("parse_datetime")
  const auto time = utils::parse_datetime("1970-01-01T00:00:00Z");
  CHECK(time == 0);
  CHECK(utils::parse_datetime("2016-08-29T14:29:28Z") == 1472480968);
  CHECK(utils::parse_datetime("2016-08-29T14:29:28UT") == 1472480968);
  CHECK(utils::parse_datetime("2016-08-29T14:29:28GMT") == 1472480968);
  CHECK(utils::parse_datetime("blah") == -1);
}
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