[tz] Positive leap second on 2015-06-30.
Levine, Judah Dr.
judah.levine at nist.gov
Thu Feb 5 14:51:57 UTC 2015
Sure, I can do that. However, I would have expected that you would not parse a comment line and would skip to the newline character when you read one.
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> On Jan 30, 2015, at 7:50 PM, "Paul Eggert" <eggert at cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
> Levine, Judah Dr. wrote:
>> It is a significant job to make and document the change and to push it out to all of our servers, so I probably won't correct the error for now.
> When you fix those trivial typos, could you please also remove trailing spaces from the following three lines in leap-seconds.list? I found them with the shell command "grep -n '[[:space:]]$' leap-seconds.list | sed 's/$/$/'".
> 134:# above. Although the long-term behavior of the time scale is correct $
> 135:# in this case, this method introduces an error during the adjustment $
> 136:# period both in time and in frequency with respect to the official $
> It's a small thing, but the trailing white space does complicate tz maintenance slightly, particularly now that the popular Git version control system flags them. E.g., please see:
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