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pike.git/lib/modules/Sql.pmod/mysql.pike:1:   /* -  * $Id: mysql.pike,v 1.12 2000/09/28 03:39:08 hubbe Exp $ +  * $Id$    *    * Glue for the Mysql-module    */      //.   //. File: mysql.pike - //. RCSID: $Id: mysql.pike,v 1.12 2000/09/28 03:39:08 hubbe Exp $ + //. RCSID: $Id$   //. Author: Henrik Grubbström (grubba@idonex.se)   //.   //. Synopsis: Implements the glue to the Mysql-module.   //.   //. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++   //.   //. Implements the glue needed to access the Mysql-module from the generic   //. SQL module.   //.   
pike.git/lib/modules/Sql.pmod/mysql.pike:30: Inside #if constant(Mysql.mysql)
  {    return(replace(s,    ({ "\\", "\"", "\0", "\'", "\n", "\r" }),    ({ "\\\\", "\\\"", "\\0", "\\\'", "\\n", "\\r" })));   }      // The following time conversion functions assumes the SQL server   // handles time in this local timezone. They map the special zero   // time/date spec to 0.    - private constant timezone = localtime (0)->timezone; + private int timezone = localtime (0)->timezone;      //. - encode_time   //. Converts a system time value to an appropriately formatted time   //. spec for the database.   //. > time - Time to encode.   //. > date - If nonzero then time is taken as a "full" unix time spec   //. (where the date part is ignored), otherwise it's converted as a   //. seconds-since-midnight value.   string encode_time (int time, void|int date)   {