Commit 0c93aa38 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Minor cleanup for times as lists of four integers.

* doc/lispref/os.texi (Time Parsing): Time values can now be four integers.
* lisp/files.el (dir-locals-directory-cache):
* lisp/ps-bdf.el (bdf-file-mod-time, bdf-read-font-info):
Doc fixes.
* lisp/net/tramp-sh.el (tramp-do-file-attributes-with-ls):
* lisp/ps-bdf.el (bdf-file-newer-than-time):
Process four-integers time stamps, not two.  Doc fixes.
parent 291a654d
2012-11-18 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
Minor cleanup for times as lists of four integers.
* os.texi (Time Parsing): Time values can now be four integers.
2012-11-18 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* loading.texi (How Programs Do Loading): Add eager macro expansion.
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......@@ -1373,8 +1373,8 @@ on others, years as early as 1901 do work.
@node Time Parsing
@section Parsing and Formatting Times
These functions convert time values (lists of two or three integers)
to text in a string, and vice versa.
These functions convert time values to text in a string, and vice versa.
Time values are lists of two to four integers (@pxref{Time of Day}).
@defun date-to-time string
This function parses the time-string @var{string} and returns the
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2012-11-18 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
Minor cleanup for times as lists of four integers.
* files.el (dir-locals-directory-cache):
* ps-bdf.el (bdf-file-mod-time, bdf-read-font-info):
Doc fixes.
* net/tramp-sh.el (tramp-do-file-attributes-with-ls):
* ps-bdf.el (bdf-file-newer-than-time):
Process four-integers time stamps, not two. Doc fixes.
2012-11-18 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* image.el (insert-image, insert-sliced-image): Doc fix.
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......@@ -3424,7 +3424,7 @@ DIR is the name of the directory.
CLASS is the name of a variable class (a symbol).
MTIME is the recorded modification time of the directory-local
variables file associated with this entry. This time is a list
of two integers (the same format as `file-attributes'), and is
of integers (the same format as `file-attributes'), and is
used to test whether the cache entry is still valid.
Alternatively, MTIME can be nil, which means the entry is always
considered valid.")
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......@@ -1270,12 +1270,11 @@ target of the symlink differ."
res-uid
;; 3. File gid.
res-gid
;; 4. Last access time, as a list of two integers. First
;; integer has high-order 16 bits of time, second has low 16
;; bits.
;; 4. Last access time, as a list of integers in the same format
;; as `current-time'.
;; 5. Last modification time, likewise.
;; 6. Last status change time, likewise.
'(0 0) '(0 0) '(0 0) ;CCC how to find out?
'(0 0 0 0) '(0 0 0 0) '(0 0 0 0) ;CCC how to find out?
;; 7. Size in bytes (-1, if number is out of range).
res-size
;; 8. File modes, as a string of ten letters or dashes as in ls -l.
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......@@ -70,20 +70,15 @@ for BDFNAME."
(defsubst bdf-file-mod-time (filename)
"Return modification time of FILENAME.
The value is a list of two integers, the first integer has high-order
16 bits, the second has low 16 bits."
The value is a list of integers in the same format as `current-time'."
(nth 5 (file-attributes filename)))
(defun bdf-file-newer-than-time (filename mod-time)
"Return non-nil if and only if FILENAME is newer than MOD-TIME.
MOD-TIME is a modification time as a list of two integers, the first
integer has high-order 16 bits, the second has low 16 bits."
(let* ((new-mod-time (bdf-file-mod-time filename))
(new-time (car new-mod-time))
(time (car mod-time)))
(or (> new-time time)
(and (= new-time time)
(> (nth 1 new-mod-time) (nth 1 mod-time))))))
MOD-TIME is a modification time as a list of integers in the same
format as `current-time'."
(let ((new-mod-time (bdf-file-mod-time filename)))
(time-less-p mod-time new-mod-time)))
(defun bdf-find-file (bdfname)
"Return a buffer visiting a bdf file BDFNAME.
......@@ -178,8 +173,8 @@ FONT-INFO is a list of the following format:
(BDFFILE MOD-TIME FONT-BOUNDING-BOX
RELATIVE-COMPOSE BASELINE-OFFSET CODE-RANGE MAXLEN OFFSET-VECTOR)
MOD-TIME is last modification time as a list of two integers, the
first integer has high-order 16 bits, the second has low 16 bits.
MOD-TIME is last modification time as a list of integers in the
same format as `current-time'.
SIZE is a size of the font on 72 dpi device. This value is got
from SIZE record of the font.
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