Bug in File.getLastModified()
brian.burkhalter at oracle.com
Fri Mar 31 15:03:25 UTC 2017
Thanks for reading the specification verbiage closely. I think you have a point. I’d like to read what others think about this.
On Mar 31, 2017, at 1:35 AM, Ricardo Almeida <ric.almeida at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just to add another though...
> I was just double-reading the documentation and it says:
> "All platforms support file-modification times to the nearest second,
> but some provide more precision. The argument will be truncated to fit
> the supported precision."
> So, if the platform supports it, the argument is NOT truncated... Next we have:
> "the next invocation of the lastModified() method will return the
> (possibly truncated) time argument that was passed to this method"
> The way I read this sentence, it is 100% related with the first
> sentence. It should return the value that was applied... if the system
> supports only second precision, it is truncated. Otherwise, it should
> return the not truncated value.
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