Graham Leggett minfrin at sharp.fm
Tue Jul 15 05:25:34 EDT 2008

Nathan Buchanan wrote:

> I guess the real question is - can we wait a couple years for a 64 bit
> time_t? Probably, I think.

Are there any systems in wide use that aren't yet 64 bit time_t? I was 
under the impression that OSes had already changed.

A quick look under MacOSX Leopard shows time_t is a long, and on RHEL5 
it is a long int.

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