There's a cute little bug somewhere.
returns six decimal digits,
SELECT date_part('epoch', timeofday()::timestamp);
only returns five, on a Linux Slackware 8.0 x86 machine with PostgreSQL 7.1.1 .
Please do not make me dive into C code again, already fixed a similar bug in
Zope , but in Python (it shaved off two digits instead of one, but anyway...)
Another thing, does anyone know where I could see the docs for the new
to_timestamp microsecond-aware function in 7.2?
Lastly, thanks for the fine software. Just donated 50$ to PostgreSQL Inc.,
it feels good. :^)
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just quite what Internet Explorer actually used to be."
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Nicola Larosa - nico(at)tekNico(dot)net
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