On Mon, 2005-04-18 at 15:46 +1000, David Woodhouse wrote:
> Add tool to render git's "<utcseconds> <zone>" into an RFC2822-compliant
> string, because I don't think date(1) can do it.
I admit it's not obvious, but date(1) includes gnu's full date parser,
so you can pull stunts like:
ray:~/work/home$ date -ud 'jan 1, 1970 + 1111111111 seconds'
Fri Mar 18 01:58:31 UTC 2005
ray:~/work/home$ date -ud 'jan 1, 1970 + 1111111111 seconds + 0800'
Fri Mar 18 09:58:31 UTC 2005
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