# pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/ISO.pmod

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## 2008-05-23

#### 2008-05-23 00:04:55 by Martin Stjernholm <mast@lysator.liu.se>

• 3661133c404dee4b9bdf373bb14e1776e2154a38 (73 lines) (+50/-23) [ Show | Annotate ]
Branch: 7.9
Did away with a misguided attempt to map leap days between February
24th and 29th before and after year 2000. Such stunts break date
arithmetic. (Besides, along that vein one could also consider mapping
Easter days to Easter days between different years and whatnot.)

Fixed propagation of the force flag to the inherited place functions
in Year.place and Month.place.

Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/ISO.pmod:1.10

87:      static array(int) week_from_week(int y,int w)   { - // [year,week,1 (wd),ndays,week-julian-day] + // [week-year,week,1 (wd),ndays,week-julian-day]       int yjd=julian_day_from_year(y);    int wjd=-WEEK_MAJORITY+yjd-(yjd+WEEK_MAJORITY-1)%7;
114:    {    int l1=year_leap_year(what->y);    int l2=year_leap_year(y); -  if (l1||l2) +  if (l1 != l2)    { -  +  // (Apparently) the leap day was moved from February 24th to +  // 29th on year 2000 in the ISO calendar. +  // +  // This code was overly clever and enforced that move by mapping +  // the 24th in leap years before 2000 to 29th in 2000 and +  // following leap years. That leads to nonlinear behavior, i.e. +  // +  // Day(y1,m1,d1) <= Day(y2,m2,d2) +  // ===> +  // Day(y1,m1,d1) + n*Year() <= Day(y2,m2,d2) + n*Year() +  // +  // wasn't always true in the ISO calendar. That's bad when doing +  // date arithmetic. +  // +  // That has now been fixed by simply mapping all days one-to-one +  // between leap years, regardless whether they're before 2000 or +  // not. +  // +  // The exact date for the leap day still has effect when +  // converting between leap and non-leap years, though. +  // +  // /mast +  if (l1) {    int ld1=(what->y<2000)?55:60; // 24th or 29th february -  +  if (wyd>ld1) wyd--; +  else if (wyd==ld1) { +  if (force) wyd--; // Lossy case - prefer to keep the month. +  else return 0; +  } +  } +  else {    int ld2=(y<2000)?55:60; // 24th or 29th february -  -  if (l1 && wyd==ld1) -  if (l2) wyd=ld2; -  else { if (!force) return 0; } -  else -  { -  if (l1 && wyd>ld1) wyd--; -  if (l2 && wyd>=ld2) wyd++; +  if (wyd>=ld2) wyd++;    }    }    }
134:    return Day("ymd_yd",rules,y,yjd,yjd+wyd-1,wyd,what->n);    }    -  return ::place(what); +  return ::place(what, force);    }   }
152:    {    int l1=year_leap_year(what->y);    int l2=year_leap_year(y); -  if (l1||l2) +  if (l1 != l2)    { -  +  // See note above about leap day mapping. +  if (l1) {    int ld1=(what->y<2000)?24:29; // 24th or 29th february -  int ld2=(y<2000)?24:29; // 24th or 29th february -  -  if (l1 && wmd==ld1) -  if (l2) wmd=ld2; -  else { if (!force) return 0; } +  if (wmd>ld1) wmd--; +  else if (wmd==ld1) { +  if (force) wmd--; // Lossy case - prefer to keep the month. +  else return 0; +  } +  }    else    { -  if (l1 && wmd>ld1) wmd--; -  if (l2 && wmd>=ld2) wmd++; +  int ld2=(y<2000)?24:29; // 24th or 29th february +  if (wmd>=ld2) wmd++;    }    }    }
171:    return Day("ymd_yd",rules,y,yjd,jd+wmd-1,yd+wmd-1,what->n);    }    -  return ::place(what); +  return ::place(what, force);    }   }