[LEAPSECS] php breaks if UTC has no leap seconds?

Gerard Ashton ashtongj at comcast.net
Fri Dec 10 11:03:10 EST 2010

On 12/10/2010 10:15 AM, Peter Vince wrote:

> Hello Paul,


> I'd be interested if you have some examples of of Y2K bugs that

> were fixed before they became a problem. In my very limited

> experience, I wasn't affected by any, nor aware of them.


> Peter



> On 10 December 2010 01:55, Paul Sheer<p at 2038bug.com> wrote:

>> Everybody said y2k was going to break everything. In the end, it was a

>> non-event :)


>> It was a non-event BECAUSE the industry spent enormous $$ to fix all the

>> zillions of Y2K bugs in time.


>> It was still a disaster from an expendature point of view.


>> (Does anyone need to even explain this????)


>> -paul

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I worked for IBM at the time. Many older personal computers in use by
staff were discarded because it would have been too difficult to teach
all the staff the special tricks to keep them limping along when 2000

Gerry Ashton

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