From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-20 22:54:22
On Fri, 17 Jun 2005 12:24:55 +0100, Russell Hind wrote
> I've been serialising date_time stuff (ptimes to be specific). They
> weren't initialised when we were loading old files as they didn't
> containt the information, so when the file is saved in the new
> format, we get an entry in the XML archive:
> I realise 'not-a-date-time' is invalid, and would be happy if the
> serialise failed in both directions, but currently it succeeds to
> write it to an oarchive, but fails to read it from an iarchive.
> I don't mind which way we go (i.e. both valid or both invalid) but
> have oarchive working and iarchive failing isn't overly useful really.
Fixes/tests for this are in CVS now. If it is a not-a-date-time or +-
infinity when serialized out, it will have the same value when read back in.
Thx for the report.
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