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AM-UTILS YEAR-2000 COMPLIANCE
Most likely am-utils is y2k compliant.
I do not know for sure because I have not certified am-utils myself, nor do
I have the time for it. I do not think that amd will be affected by y2k at
all, because it does not do anything with dates other than print the date on
the log file, in whatever format is provided by your os/libc --- especially
the ctime(3) call.
However, on Friday, September 18th 1998, Matthew Crosby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
reported that they evaluated 6.0a16 and found it to be compliant.
On March 26, 1999, Paul Balyoz <email@example.com> submitted a
patch to lostaltmail which makes it print Y2K compliant dates. He used a
code scanner and manually "eyeballed" the code and could not find any more
problems. Paul's patch is included in am-utils-6.0.1s7 and newer versions.
Paul also said that other 2-digit years used in am-utils are "harmless."
NOTE: NONE OF THE PERSONS MENTIONED HERE, AUTHOR INCLUDED, ARE WILLING TO
CERTIFY AM-UTILS AS Y2K COMPLIANT. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Maintainer, am-utils package and am-utils list.