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#518 in Unix APIs
Rust-locked localtime implementation
This crate is abandoned because there's a pure Rust implemenation -
The code is up for archival purposes only.
Warning: this crate is currently proof-of-concept and it wasn't deeply audited! While I believe this fixes the unsoundness, I may have introduced other bug(s). Use at your own risk or, better, help improve it!
This is a fork of a C
localtime_r implementation with minimal changes required to make
calling it in parallel to setting env from Rust sound. It does so by calling into Rust code
to get the environment variable instead of using raw system
Obviously, this does not interact with the system implementation of
E.g. if you call
localtime in this crate it will not affect static variables in the system
library. This is considered a feature because system
localtime library is a huge dumpster
fire and if you use it you can easily get UB - not just from setting env vars. (NetBSD
implementation is a bit better though.)
This crate is meant to be a cheaper-to-implement alternative to rewriting whole
Rust which people are unwilling to do due to large code size. It only required changing a few
lines and writing glue Rust code.
The C code, including my modifications, is released into public domain. The Rust code is released under MITNFA license.