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From:Matt Dargavel Date:January 10 2007 5:21pm
Subject:RE: v2.2 release plan
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That surprised me a little, so I did a little digging and it seems Microsoft
made localtime thread safe for VS2005 / C++ 8.  

That means using localtime would mean dropping support for VS 2003.  Not
sure if that is a problem or not...

	Cheers,

		Matt.

> http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bf12f0hc(VS.80).aspx
> "Both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of gmtime, mktime, mkgmtime, and
> localtime all use a single tm structure per thread for the conversion.
> Each call to one of these routines destroys the result of the previous
> call."
> 
> By this I read that Mingw is simply delegating localtime straight into
> the standard library shipped on all versions of Windows, meaning that
> for Mingw, we can do the same as in pthreads:



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