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2003-03-13

2003-03-13 02:18:43 by Martin Nilsson <mani@lysator.liu.se>

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Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Gregorian.pmod:1.8
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/ISO.pmod:1.8
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Islamic.pmod:1.8
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Julian.pmod:1.9
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Stardate.pmod:1.10
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Swedish.pmod:1.7
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Time.pmod:1.24
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/TimeRanges.pmod:1.23
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/YMD.pike:1.2

1: - //! - //! module Calendar - //! submodule Julian - //! inherits YMD - //! - //! This is the Julian calendar, conjured up by - //! the old Romans when their calendar were just too - //! weird. It was used by the christians as so far - //! as the 18th century in some parts of the world. - //! (Especially the protestantic and orthodox parts.) - //! - //! note: - //! Don't confuse the <i>julian day</i> with the Julian - //! calendar. The former is just a linear numbering of days, - //! used in the Calendar module as a common unit for - //! absolute time. -  +    #pike __REAL_VERSION__    - import "."; - inherit Gregorian:Gregorian; + //! This is the Julian calendar, conjured up by + //! the old Romans when their calendar were just too + //! weird. It was used by the christians as so far + //! as the 18th century in some parts of the world. + //! (Especially the protestantic and orthodox parts.) + //! + //! @note + //! Don't confuse the @i{julian day@} with the Julian + //! calendar. The former is just a linear numbering of days, + //! used in the Calendar module as a common unit for + //! absolute time.    -  + inherit .Gregorian:Gregorian; +    string calendar_name() { return "Julian"; }      static int year_leap_year(int y)