Paul Eggert authored
This adds FIXMEs to areas where Lisp code should support subsecond information in broken-down timestamps. It also fixes some unnecessary truncation of timestamps, and ports the code to a hypothetical future Emacs version where (decode-time) returns subsecond timestamps by default. * lisp/calc/calc-forms.el (calc-time, math-iso-dt-to-date) (calcFunc-now): * lisp/calendar/icalendar.el (icalendar--add-decoded-times): * lisp/calendar/iso8601.el (iso8601-parse-interval): Truncate seconds to an integer, and add a FIXME about subseconds support. * lisp/calendar/icalendar.el (icalendar--decode-isodatetime) (icalendar--decode-isoduration): Add a FIXME about subseconds support. * lisp/gnus/gnus-delay.el (gnus-delay-article): Don’t truncate seconds to an integer, as there’s no need to do that here. * lisp/gnus/gnus-util.el (gnus-seconds-today) (gnus-seconds-month, gnus-seconds-year): * lisp/gnus/message.el (message-make-expires-date): * lisp/org/org-timer.el (org-timer-show-remaining-time): * lisp/vc/ediff-mult.el (ediff-format-date): Truncate seconds to an integer, as that’s what’s wanted here. * lisp/midnight.el (midnight-next): Ceiling seconds to an integer, as that’s what wanted here.