Author: Kodi
Date: 2010-07-25 01:41:01 +0200 (Sun, 25 Jul 2010)
New Revision: 31820

[S32/Temporal] Fixed an inconsistency and uniquified a section title to avoid 

Modified: docs/Perl6/Spec/S32-setting-library/Temporal.pod
--- docs/Perl6/Spec/S32-setting-library/Temporal.pod    2010-07-24 23:21:46 UTC 
(rev 31819)
+++ docs/Perl6/Spec/S32-setting-library/Temporal.pod    2010-07-24 23:41:01 UTC 
(rev 31820)
@@ -15,8 +15,8 @@
     Created: 19 Mar 2009
-    Last Modified: 21 Jul 2010
-    Version: 17
+    Last Modified: 24 Jul 2010
+    Version: 18
 The document is a draft.
@@ -199,14 +199,14 @@
 The method C<whole-second> returns the second truncated to an integer.
 The C<Date> method returns a C<Date> object, and is the same as
+C<$dt.year, $dt.month, $>.
 The method C<offset> returns the object's current offset from UTC: if
 C<$dt.timezone> does C<Callable>, C<$dt.offset> is equivalent to
 C<$dt.timezone($dt, True)>; otherwise, C<$dt.offset> returns
 C<$dt.timezone> as is.
-=head1 Date
+=head1 C<Date>
 C<Date> objects represent a day without a time component. Like C<DateTime>
 objects, they are immutable. They allow easier manipulation by assuming
@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@
 The constructors die with a helpful error message if month or day are out of
-=head2 Accessors
+=head2 Instance methods
 C<Date> objects support all of the following accessors, which work just
 like their C<DateTime> equivalents:

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