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Bug #39385 International friendly mktime alternative
Submitted: 2006-11-04 21:00 UTC Modified: 2006-11-07 14:38 UTC
From: thehub at lofty dot net dot au Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: *Languages/Translation
PHP Version: 4.4.4 OS: any
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2006-11-04 21:00 UTC] thehub at lofty dot net dot au
I've had to make my own mkdate function to call mktime and rearrange the params because mktime uses the usa-only format that doesn't make mathematical sense. Please add these functions to the standard php date/time functions.

Reproduce code:
mkdate($day[, $month[, $year]])

mkitime($second[, $minute[, $hour[, $day[, $month[, $year[, $is_dst]]]]]]))

mkidate($year[, $month[, $day[, $hour[, $minute[, $second[, $is_dst]]]]]])

Expected result:
Give the writer of the original mktime function a good whack upside the head for me, for thinking that repeating a mistake enough times will make it right.


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 [2006-11-07 14:38 UTC]
Thank you for your bug report. This issue has already been fixed
in the latest released version of PHP, which you can download at

Have a look at the DateTime object in 5.2.0
(will not be fixed in PHP4).
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