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Post Posted April 11th, 2003, 12:05 pm

Please, use ISO standard dates to create the files. Like YYYY-MM-DD-XXXXX. Monotaur developers allready do it.

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Post Posted April 11th, 2003, 12:45 pm

You mean, like in this folder: http://komodo.mozilla.org/pub/phoenix/nightly/ ?
(having changing filenames for nightly builds is a pain when you want to make a web-installer, trust me)

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Post Posted April 11th, 2003, 7:53 pm

Seb: Yes.

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Post Posted April 11th, 2003, 9:08 pm

seb wrote:You mean, like in this folder: http://komodo.mozilla.org/pub/phoenix/nightly/ ?
(having changing filenames for nightly builds is a pain when you want to make a web-installer, trust me)
Interesting: when I went to this page, the date format on the files was 2003-04-11. However, my Phoenix-generated directory listing had a date format of 11-Apr-2003 09:37.

Either Phoenix isn't ISO, or there's a setting on my browser I want to change. Q: which is it?
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Post Posted April 12th, 2003, 9:38 am

ehume wrote:
seb wrote:You mean, like in this folder: http://komodo.mozilla.org/pub/phoenix/nightly/ ?
(having changing filenames for nightly builds is a pain when you want to make a web-installer, trust me)
Interesting: when I went to this page, the date format on the files was 2003-04-11. However, my Phoenix-generated directory listing had a date format of 11-Apr-2003 09:37.

Either Phoenix isn't ISO, or there's a setting on my browser I want to change. Q: which is it?

File dates are generated server side so would therefore use the date format in effect on the server. There is little you could to change this.

[Edit]By the way, perhaps it isn't fashionable for us to post next to each other? :)[/edit]

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Post Posted April 12th, 2003, 10:30 am

Chris,

Is yours Jupiter? I'd like Saturn better. ;)
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Post Posted April 12th, 2003, 10:17 pm

Jupiter? Saturn? I'm lost here...

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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 2:07 am

Zeron wrote:Jupiter? Saturn? I'm lost here...

Does the word 'avatar' mean anything to you? ;)

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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 8:22 am

daihard wrote:Chris,

Is yours Jupiter? I'd like Saturn better. ;)

Mine is ficticious. No offense taken though. :)

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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 9:39 am

Chris Cook wrote:
daihard wrote:Chris,

Is yours Jupiter? I'd like Saturn better. ;)

Mine is ficticious. No offense taken though. :)

From your profile info, I'd expect you to write "offence." ;)
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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 1:41 pm

daihard wrote:
Chris Cook wrote:
daihard wrote:Chris,

Is yours Jupiter? I'd like Saturn better. ;)

Mine is ficticious. No offense taken though. :)

From your profile info, I'd expect you to write "offence." ;)

You'll have to explain this further. I believe my spelling is the correct form for my meaning.

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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 1:57 pm

Chris Cook wrote:
daihard wrote:
Chris Cook wrote:
daihard wrote:Chris,

Is yours Jupiter? I'd like Saturn better. ;)

Mine is ficticious. No offense taken though. :)

From your profile info, I'd expect you to write "offence." ;)

You'll have to explain this further. I believe my spelling is the correct form for my meaning.

I think offense is the american form, and offence the british? and perhaps also the canadian? ;)
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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 3:18 pm

Back on topic people!

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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 7:30 pm

tve wrote:
Chris Cook wrote:
daihard wrote:From your profile info, I'd expect you to write "offence." ;)

You'll have to explain this further. I believe my spelling is the correct form for my meaning.

I think offense is the american form, and offence the british? and perhaps also the canadian? ;)

That's what I thought. I was reading a Canadian magazine a while back when I ran into "offence" and "honour."
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Post Posted April 13th, 2003, 7:42 pm

and centre! and beer! and hockey! eh?

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