[pLog-svn] r3509 - in plog/trunk/class: dao data

Christoph Feddersen feddersen at herr-der-ringe-film.de
Fri Jun 2 11:23:30 GMT 2006

Maybe that's the explanation?

Jon Daley wrote:
>     I forget what it looked like, it was just different from my server. 
> I went back through the emails, and the only thing I have written down
> is that I had to not just "SELECT date", but "SELECT
> UNIX_TIMESTAMP(date)", and then later I used "date('blah',
> strtotime(date)" to format it correctly for displaying.
> The task was to get LT data on a non-LT page.
> On Fri, 2 Jun 2006, Oscar Renalias wrote:
>> Is that so?
>> I only noticed two formats for TIMESTAMP(14): YYYYMMDDHHMMSS and
>> YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS. Which format did you come across when helping
>> this German guy?
>> On 6/2/06, Jon Daley <plogworld at jon.limedaley.com> wrote:
>>> On Fri, 2 Jun 2006, oscar at devel.lifetype.net wrote:
>>> > Also, does anybody know why in some databases TIMESTAMP(14)
>>> defaults to
>>> > one format and sometimes to another?
>>>         Different locales, right?  I was working on a German guy's
>>> database, and his timestamps were different, so my original code
>>> worked on
>>> my blog, but not his.
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