[time-nuts] GPS Leap Second
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Aug 5 08:35:50 EDT 2005
In message <42F35B1E.6000704 at jimking.net>, Jim King writes:
>On the other hand, I'm still wondering if the data itself is correct.
>It looks like @@Gj is saying that the leap second will occur on Jan. 1
>at 00:00:00. Is that the correct thing for this message to indicate for
>a leap second that will occur on Dec. 31 at 23:59:60? Perhaps the @@Gj
>message really means "the leap second is inserted before this
>date/time"? The Motorola documentation that I have is unclear on this
Yeah, it would have been nice with more doc on this.
I guess we just have to use the "happens right before" interpretation :-)
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