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From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-30 09:02:17

On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 22:52:59 +0000, Larry Knain wrote
> I was trying to use the date_time ptime functions with ISO syle input
> (boost 1.30.2 with MSVC++6 SP5). The function
> parse_undelimited_time_duration in time_parsing has
> three short variables hours, min, and sec that are uninitialized
> which lead to unpredictable results. These are at line 99. I
> stumbled on to this when I passed a string "20011027T0202" to
> ptime(from_iso_string()). To my surprise when I printed the value
> out it came back as 20011026T222345! The code works OK as is if you
> always pass a full HHMMSS. This must have been found in
> parse_delimited_time_duration as it has unsigned shorts that are
> intialized to zero.

Fixed in CVS. I also checked in a test case that doesn't pass a full duration
on the time string.



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