> Using the %{If-Modified-Since}i directive in the Apache log, we have been
> able to confirm that Netscape 3.01 and 4.06 on Win32 are sending
> If-Modified-Since with "16-May-00" type dates. Dieter's solution indeed
> fixes the problem by removing the Overflow error that they cause when the
> int() function is called on them.
> I noticed that Zope 2.1.4 does not have these int() calls in the offending
> section of lib/python/OFS/Image.py but they are present in 2.1.6. Why were
> they introduced on the latter version? Can they be removed in future
> versions?

No, they can't - HTTP datetime headers specify time in whole seconds, while
the time() function on Unix machines returns time with a floating point
time.  In order for Zope to work correctly the you have to make timeTime()'s
result be a whole number.  long() would be fine though, or floor().


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