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From "Xeno" <djx...@mac.com>
Subject I may have found a bug??
Date Wed, 22 May 2002 17:02:21 GMT
Hello all,
I'm somewhat new to ant and I think I have found a bug. I want some hint to
track it down. I'm using Ant 1.5b2 with JRE1.4.0 and Win2k. I'm trying to
make a TimeStamp using this command :
<tstamp>
    <format property="ts"
     pattern="dd.MM.yyyy G HH:mm:ss.SSS "
     locale="CANADA_FRENCH"/>
</tstamp>
I espected the given result to be like this: 22.05.2002 ap. J.-C.
00:33:48.086
but I got this : 22.05.2002 ap. J.-C. 00\:33\:48.086

Are the trailling slash appearing after I call the hour or the minute in the
pattern are normal? I got the same result without local... but only when I
used pattern.

Xeno,
French Student in a Frog world :P


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