Why is time_t defined as a 32-bit type on Windows?
andrej.mitrovich at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 16:13:19 UTC 2020
C:\dev> rdmd -m64 --eval="import core.stdc.time;
According to MSDN this should not be the case:
> time is a wrapper for _time64 and **time_t is, by default,
> equivalent to __time64_t**.
But in Druntime it's defined as a 32-bit type:
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