simple round trip locale test fails - visual studio .net 2013 locale libraries - dates - by Lewis Pringle

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ID 808166 Comments
Status Active Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 0
Opened 11/9/2013 8:53:07 AM
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Description

namespace {
    void	TestDateLocaleRoundTripsForDateWithThisLocaleLib_ (int tm_Year, int tm_Mon, int tm_mDay, const locale& l)
    {
        tm origDateTM;
        memset (&origDateTM, 0, sizeof (origDateTM));
        origDateTM.tm_year = tm_Year;
        origDateTM.tm_mon = tm_Mon;
        origDateTM.tm_mday = tm_mDay;

        const wchar_t kPattern[] = L"%x";  // http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/ctime/strftime/ ... (%x is date representation, ...the specifiers marked with an asterisk (*) are locale-dependent)

        wstring tmpStringRep;
        {
            const time_put<wchar_t>& tmput = use_facet <time_put<wchar_t>> (l);
            tm when = origDateTM;
            wostringstream oss;
            tmput.put (oss, oss, ' ', &when, begin (kPattern), begin (kPattern) + ::wcslen (kPattern));
            tmpStringRep = oss.str ();
        }
        tm resultTM;
        {
            memset (&resultTM, 0, sizeof (resultTM));
            const time_get<wchar_t>& tmget = use_facet <time_get<wchar_t>> (l);
            ios::iostate state = ios::goodbit;
            wistringstream iss (tmpStringRep);
            istreambuf_iterator<wchar_t> itbegin (iss);  // beginning of iss
            istreambuf_iterator<wchar_t> itend;          // end-of-stream
            tmget.get (itbegin, itend, iss, state, &resultTM, std::begin (kPattern), std::begin (kPattern) + ::wcslen (kPattern));
        }
        Assert (origDateTM.tm_year == resultTM.tm_year);
        Assert (origDateTM.tm_mon == resultTM.tm_mon);
        Assert (origDateTM.tm_mday == resultTM.tm_mday);
    }

    struct BuggyCasesTeReportToMSFT_ {
        BuggyCasesTeReportToMSFT_ ()
        {
            TestDateLocaleRoundTripsForDateWithThisLocaleLib_ (105, 5, 1, locale::classic ());
        }
    } _force_test_;
}



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Posted by Microsoft on 11/11/2013 at 1:51 AM
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Posted by Microsoft on 11/9/2013 at 9:53 AM
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