> Hmm, that makes all kinds of sense if time_t is not the same size as
> AbsoluteTime --- which wouldn't surprise me at all on a 64-bit system.
> time_t *ought* to be 64-bits on such a machine. The casts in that
> tx = localtime((time_t *) &time);
> are obviously bogus if so. Can anyone with an Alpha comment?
I haven't had an Alpha for a couple of years, but I *strongly* recall
that time_t is 64 bits on that machine.
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