[Python-Dev] datetime nanosecond support (ctd?)

matthieu bec mbec at gmto.org
Fri Jan 9 05:56:56 CET 2015

FWIW issue23084 was withdrawn as it appears to be touching and PEP 
sized, and/or anyways nanosec is defacto just an int.
another patch went to http://bugs.python.org/issue15443 seemingly under 
the radar, I'm not arguing the quality of the patch, but bringing it up 
here in case with the holidays season it didn't get noticed. I wont 
bring much anything more so you may rest otherwise. Happy new year!

On 12/18/2014 12:47 PM, mdcb808 wrote:
> done - http://bugs.python.org/issue23084
> On 12/17/14 8:20 PM, Eric Snow wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 7:52 PM, Matthieu Bec <mdcb808 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Attached patch defines a new type struct_timespec for the time
>>> module. A new
>>> capsule exports the type along with to/from converters - opening a
>>> bridge
>>> for C, and for example the datetime module.
>> I'd recommend opening a new issue in the bug tracker (bugs.python.org)
>> and attach the patch there.  Attaching it to an email is a good way
>> for it to get lost and forgotten. :)
>> -eric

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