File:  [Early Linux] / linux / kernel / mktime.c
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linux 0.98

/*
 *  linux/kernel/mktime.c
 *
 *  Copyright (C) 1991, 1992  Linus Torvalds
 */

#include <linux/mktime.h>

/*
 * This isn't the library routine, it is only used in the kernel.
 * as such, we don't care about years<1970 etc, but assume everything
 * is ok. Similarly, TZ etc is happily ignored. We just do everything
 * as easily as possible. Let's find something public for the library
 * routines (although I think minix times is public).
 */
/*
 * PS. I hate whoever though up the year 1970 - couldn't they have gotten
 * a leap-year instead? I also hate Gregorius, pope or no. I'm grumpy.
 */
#define MINUTE 60
#define HOUR (60*MINUTE)
#define DAY (24*HOUR)
#define YEAR (365*DAY)

/* interestingly, we assume leap-years */
static int month[12] = {
	0,
	DAY*(31),
	DAY*(31+29),
	DAY*(31+29+31),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30+31),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30+31+30),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30+31+30+31),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30+31+30+31+31),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30+31+30+31+31+30),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30+31+30+31+31+30+31),
	DAY*(31+29+31+30+31+30+31+31+30+31+30)
};

long kernel_mktime(struct mktime * time)
{
	long res;
	int year;

	year = time->year - 70;
/* magic offsets (y+1) needed to get leapyears right.*/
	res = YEAR*year + DAY*((year+1)/4);
	res += month[time->mon];
/* and (y+2) here. If it wasn't a leap-year, we have to adjust */
	if (time->mon>1 && ((year+2)%4))
		res -= DAY;
	res += DAY*(time->day-1);
	res += HOUR*time->hour;
	res += MINUTE*time->min;
	res += time->sec;
	return res;
}

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