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%prep

  if zmodload zsh/datetime 2>/dev/null; then
    setopt multibyte
    unset LC_ALL
    LC_TIME=C
    TZ=UTC+0
    # It's not clear this skip_extensions is correct, but the
    # format in question is causing problems on Solaris.
    # We'll revist this after the release.
    [[ "$(strftime %^_10B 0 2>/dev/null)" = "   JANUARY" ]] || skip_extensions=1
    [[ "$(LC_TIME=ja_JP.UTF-8 strftime %OS 1 2>/dev/null)" = 一 ]] || skip_japanese=1
  else
    ZTST_unimplemented="can't load the zsh/datetime module for testing"
  fi

%test

  strftime '' 0
  strftime %y 0
  strftime %Y 1000000000
  strftime %x 1200000000
  strftime %X 1200000001
0:basic format specifiers
>
>70
>2001
>01/10/08
>21:20:01

  strftime %-m_%f_%K_%L 1181100000
  strftime %6. 0
0:zsh extensions
>6_6_3_3
>000000

  if [[ $skip_extensions = 1 ]]; then
    ZTST_skip="strftime extensions not supported"
  elif [[ $skip_japanese = 1 ]]; then
    ZTST_skip="Japanese UTF-8 locale not supported"
  else
    (
    LC_TIME=ja_JP.UTF-8
    strftime %Ey 1000000000
    strftime %Oy 1000000000
    strftime %Ex 1000000000
    strftime %OS 1000000000
    strftime %03Ey 650000000
    )
  fi
0:alternate format extensions
>13
>一
>平成13年09月09日
>四十
>002

  if [[ $skip_extensions = 1 ]]; then
    ZTST_skip="strftime extensions not supported"
  else
    (
      strftime '%#A' 0
      strftime '%^_10B' 0
      strftime %03Ey 650000000
      strftime %-Oe 0
      # width=400 is too wide and should cause an error
      strftime %400d 0 2> /dev/null || echo OK
    )
  fi
0:various extensions
>THURSDAY
>   JANUARY
>090
>1
>OK

  print -r -- ${(V)"$(strftime $'%Y\0%m\0%d' 100000000)"}
0:Embedded nulls
>1973^@03^@03

# We assume '%@' is not a valid format on any OSs.
# The result can be '%@' (Linux), '@' (BSDs) or an error (Cygwin).
  [[ $(strftime '%@' 0 2> /dev/null) == (%|)@ || $? != 0 ]]
0:bad format specifier

# This test may fail at 23:59:59.xxx on New Year's Eve :/
  [[ "$( strftime '%Y' )" == "$( strftime '%Y' "$EPOCHSECONDS" )" ]]
0:epochtime optional

  strftime '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%3.' 1012615322
  strftime '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%3.' 1012615322 0
  strftime '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%3.' 1012615322 2
  strftime '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%3.' 1012615322 $(( 222 * (10 ** 6) ))
0:optional nanoseconds
>2002-02-02 02:02:02.000
>2002-02-02 02:02:02.000
>2002-02-02 02:02:02.000
>2002-02-02 02:02:02.222

  strftime '%Y' '' 2> /dev/null
1:empty epochtime not allowed

  strftime '%Y' 1012615322 '' 2> /dev/null
1:empty nanoseconds not allowed

  strftime '%N' 1012615322 $(( 10 ** 9 )) 2> /dev/null
1:too-large nanoseconds not allowed

  strftime '%N' 1012615322 ${(l<64><9>):-} 2> /dev/null
1:overflowed nanoseconds not allowed

  strftime '%N' 1012615322 -1 2> /dev/null
1:negative nanoseconds not allowed

  strftime -r '%Y' 2> /dev/null
1:-r timestring not optional

  # This tests rounding up and the use of repeated %.s
  strftime '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%3..%3.' 1012615322 $(( 999_999 ))
  # These test the ceiling on rounding up
  for 1 in %. %1. %3. %6. %9. %12.; do
    print -rn - "$1 "
    strftime "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.$1" 1012615322 $(( 999_999_999 ))
  done
0:%. truncation
>2002-02-02 02:02:02.001.001
>%. 2002-02-02 02:02:02.999
>%1. 2002-02-02 02:02:02.9
>%3. 2002-02-02 02:02:02.999
>%6. 2002-02-02 02:02:02.999999
>%9. 2002-02-02 02:02:02.999999999
>%12. 2002-02-02 02:02:02.999999999
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