[PATCH] --timelimit and --stopat

Paul Slootman paul at debian.org
Tue Apr 27 14:06:28 GMT 2004

On Tue 27 Apr 2004, Jon Jensen wrote:
> >  --stop-at=YY-MM-DD at HH:MM
> >         This option allows you to specify at what time to stop rsync, in
> >         year-month-day at hour:minute numeric format (e.g. 04-12-3l at 23:59).
> Is there any reason to use a nonstandard date/time format like this? The 
> ISO standard of YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm is widely used and is what I'd expect:
> http://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime
> In any case 2-digit years without the century seem like a bad idea.

Chances are that you don't want rsync to stop more than a hunderd years
from now :-)   Basically though,  I agree.

Paul Slootman

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