https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=27670

--- Comment #2 from Reedy <s...@reedyboy.net> 2011-02-24 00:34:57 UTC ---
<spaceturtle> I just expected to be able to put a start date/time and an end
date/time and have it work
<Danny_B|backup> why is geshi css now loaded within the page and not linked as
external stylesheet?
<Reedy> Like I say, I'm not sure if this is something the api should really fix
<Reedy> spaceturtle, exactly, the api doesn't match the expected user model

/api.php?action=query&list=recentchanges&format=xml&rclimit=500&rcprop=timestamp|user|title|sizes|loginfo|comment&rcshow=!bot&rcend=2011-02-14T04:34:34Z&rcstart=2011-02-15T04:34:34Z&dir=newer

<Reedy> spaceturtle, the more i think about it, the more i get confused, but
thinking it should be smarter about it
<Reedy> it should just do it between the 2 specified dates, and then order them
based on older/newer
<Reedy> IMHO
<Reedy> Except when only one provided, then it can just do it >= or <= given
value, based on direction
<spaceturtle> Reedy: I agree with you 100%
<spaceturtle> Reedy: I am still trying to get my queries right and it is a real
pain
<spaceturtle> I can't imagine someone trying to do this without access to #mw

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