Any timestamps with a greater than millisecond precision cannot be handled by the ClouseScript reader:
Here "2012-12-30T23:20:05.066980000-00:00" is an example of an ordinary timestamp that is returned from Postgres.
ClojureScript reader interprets the nanosecond portion "066980000" as milliseconds and the check here fails:
I note that Clojure includes these tests so probably not a good idea to remove them. Also they actually test different things right? I'd rather see the tests fixed if they need to be adjusted for the new behavior.
I can't find the tests you're referring to. Link?
format take care of the padding
so those tests won't generate strings of the form "2010-1-1T1:14:15.666-06:00".
Also, the clojure reader can't read such literals and requires zero-padding:
The clojurescript reader returns bogus dates:
which is probably the reason the tests from https://github.com/clojure/clojurescript/blob/master/test/cljs/cljs/reader_test.cljs#L57 still passes without assertion errors.