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From: John Eddy (johneddy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-27 19:28:53
I just started using the date-time library and it is a great library.
There are a few warnings that I have noticed so far that could be
avoided with some explicit casts. I am using VC .NET 2003.
Here are the ones I've noticed so far:
in microsec_time_clock.hpp on line 102 which reads:
boost::uint32_t sub_sec = (filetime % 10000000) / 10; // microseconds
same file, line 118 which reads:
int adjust = resolution_traits_type::res_adjust()/1000000;
in time_system_counted.hpp on line 57 which reads:
typename calendar_type::date_int_type dc = day_count();
in date_parsing.hpp on line 211 which reads:
ss << ss.narrow(*beg++, 'X'); // 'X' will cause exception to be thrown
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