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On January 28, 2006, PLT-Scheme 1.0.1 started to display a negative value for (current-seconds). Such values can’t be converted to dates.
This extension solves this problem.
This fix will work until Monday, February 6th, 2040.
It was written in C.
It’s PPC code.
Copy CurrentSeconds.so to the same folder as your source code and open the source code in DrScheme.
(require-library "date.ss") (define now (current-seconds)) (define today (seconds->date now)) (define readable (date->string today)) readable
seconds->date: integer -916207598 is out-of-range
(load-extension "CurrentSeconds.so") (require-library "date.ss") (define now (current-seconds)) (define today (seconds->date now)) (define readable (date->string today)) readable
"Tuesday, January 25th, 2011"
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