destinyxi at yahoo.ca
Fri Nov 15 22:24:32 PST 2002
okay, i don't know exactly what you'd expect from an embedded version of date.
it's _not_ fully functional, the documents for busybox says that, none of the
busybox tools are.
it's calls to check it's command line arguments aren't very robust, again, this
is to sacrifice size for functionality. busybox is designed to be SMALL, and
pretty functional... not fully functional.
erik anderson wrote and maintains busybox, you can go to www.codepoet.org and
write him directly with questions.
--- Allen Crider <spam at swnews.net> wrote:
> Joe Morris wrote:
> >> Hmmm.... the more I look into this the more I'm getting stumped. It seems
> >> none of the options can be combined. Date -Ru only gives me the -R option
> >> and the -uR only gives me the u option. I found that 'export TZ=CST'
> >> doesn't work but doing a:
> >> export TIMEZONE=CST
> >> causes date display the set timezone.
> > Doesn't work for me :)
> > Joe
> I'm out of ideas. Perhaps you can get an answer from the busybox mailing
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