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Re: [RP] cleaning up cmd_clock

From: shawn
Subject: Re: [RP] cleaning up cmd_clock
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 02:02:50 -0700

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>Thus spoke Martin Samuelsson <address@hidden> on 2001-04-12 06:19:02:
>> On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 12:12:29PM -0700, Jonathan Walther wrote:
>> > Now you can see the date as well as time, and all the ugly
>> > constants are gone.  It looks a lot cleaner too.  Patch here:
>> i like it. replace my garbage!
>Shawn showed me a better one yesterday on IRC:
>bind ^a exec ratpoison --command "echo `date`"

I'm a bit worried about relying on the date command although its a
pretty standard util. It wouldn't be overly hard to be able to ifdef
each command out, so you could streamline your binary and reimplement
some commands in your ratpoisonrc...and get rid of commands you don't

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