Pavan Deolasee <pavan.deola...@gmail.com> writes:
> I think I understand why it's only affecting me and not others.
> I've PGDATESTYLE set to "Postgres, MDY" in my bashrc and that formats the
> commit timestamp as "Fri Jan 20 07:59:52.322811 2017 PST". If I unset that,
> the result comes in a format such as "2017-01-20 21:31:47.766371-08".
> Looks like perl doesn't throw an error if it can parse the leading part of
> the string as a numeric. It still throws a warning, but the test passes.
Hm, but what of the "null" value? Also, I get
$ perl -e 'use warnings; use Test::More; ok("2017-01-01" != "null", "ok");'
Argument "null" isn't numeric in numeric ne (!=) at -e line 1.
Argument "2017-01-01" isn't numeric in numeric ne (!=) at -e line 1.
ok 1 - ok
# Tests were run but no plan was declared and done_testing() was not seen.
regards, tom lane
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