Re: Bug#341425: ITP: libmail-date-perl -- RFC2822 compliant date-time conversion
Scripsit Stephen Quinney <email@example.com>
> The well-known RFC822 has been obsoleted by RFC2822 since April 2001
> and the standard format of expression for date-time was updated in
> the RFC2822.
How does this sentence belong in the package description? If there is
a lot of software out there which is generating RFC822 dates (with
two-digit years or idiosyncratic timezones) it has been a while since
it has come to my attention.
> This lightweight module provides a method for converting
> the time in seconds since the epoch along with the local timezone
> into the correctly formatted RFC2822 representation.
Is this worth a package of its own? It's not as if generating RFC2822
dates in perl is hard - there are twoliners easily googleable.
Henning Makholm "You are in a little twisting
maze of passages, all different"