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  1. CLJS-454

Instance Reader to Support Micro/Nanoseconds

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Completed
    • Affects versions: None
    • Fix versions: None
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      Description

      Any timestamps with a greater than millisecond precision cannot be handled by the ClouseScript reader:

      > cljs.reader.read_date("2012-12-30T23:20:05.066980000-00:00")
      > Error: Assert failed: timestamp millisecond field must be in range 0..999 Failed:  0<=66980000<=999 (<= low n high)
      

      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:

      def parse-and-validate-timestamp
      ...
         (check 0 ms 999 "timestamp millisecond field must be in range 0..999")
      

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              alex+import import
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