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Date bug on 1.4.5

Yuri Albuquerque
I'm not sure if that's a bug on weblogger or in xml-rpc, but everytime I try to post on my blog, the date of the post becomes "Dec 31 1999" for some mysterious reason. That's really, REALLY annoying, and I don't seem to be able to find the origin of the bug.

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Re: Date bug on 1.4.5

Mark A. Hershberger
On Tue 13 Nov 2012 05:23:40 PM EST, Yuri Albuquerque wrote:
> I'm not sure if that's a bug on weblogger or in xml-rpc, but everytime
> I try to post on my blog, the date of the post becomes "Dec 31 1999"
> for some mysterious reason. That's really, REALLY annoying, and I
> don't seem to be able to find the origin of the bug.

What have you tried so far to track down the origin of the bug?  What
is the URL for your weblog?

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Re: Date bug on 1.4.5

Yuri Albuquerque

I only have given a small look into the code. I didn't have much time yesterday, so I emailed for everybody to know before anything.

I think today I'll have some time. I'll try to track down the bug. If I find it, I'll send you a patch.

My blog is dharmaprogramming.wordpress.com

Em 13/11/2012 20:34, "Mark A. Hershberger" <[hidden email]> escreveu:
On Tue 13 Nov 2012 05:23:40 PM EST, Yuri Albuquerque wrote:
> I'm not sure if that's a bug on weblogger or in xml-rpc, but everytime
> I try to post on my blog, the date of the post becomes "Dec 31 1999"
> for some mysterious reason. That's really, REALLY annoying, and I
> don't seem to be able to find the origin of the bug.

What have you tried so far to track down the origin of the bug?  What
is the URL for your weblog?

--
http://hexmode.com/

Any time you have "one overriding idea", and push your idea as a
    superior ideology, you're going to be wrong. ... The fact is,
    reality is complicated -- Linus Torvalds <http://hexm.de/mc>


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Re: Date bug on 1.4.5

Yuri Albuquerque
It seems that it was not a bug, only myself being dumb.

I was loading weblogger.el with (require 'weblogger), when I needed to use (load-file "weblogger.el"). When I did this the bug was solved.

I have no idea why this kind of thing happens, though. I guess I need to learn Emacs Lisp better. :)


2012/11/14 Yuri Albuquerque <[hidden email]>

I only have given a small look into the code. I didn't have much time yesterday, so I emailed for everybody to know before anything.

I think today I'll have some time. I'll try to track down the bug. If I find it, I'll send you a patch.

My blog is dharmaprogramming.wordpress.com

Em 13/11/2012 20:34, "Mark A. Hershberger" <[hidden email]> escreveu:

On Tue 13 Nov 2012 05:23:40 PM EST, Yuri Albuquerque wrote:
> I'm not sure if that's a bug on weblogger or in xml-rpc, but everytime
> I try to post on my blog, the date of the post becomes "Dec 31 1999"
> for some mysterious reason. That's really, REALLY annoying, and I
> don't seem to be able to find the origin of the bug.

What have you tried so far to track down the origin of the bug?  What
is the URL for your weblog?

--
http://hexmode.com/

Any time you have "one overriding idea", and push your idea as a
    superior ideology, you're going to be wrong. ... The fact is,
    reality is complicated -- Linus Torvalds <http://hexm.de/mc>




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