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Re: cron/Launchd Editor

> On 2009-09-22, at 12:18:43, Robert Poland wrote:
>> I take it that the use of the zero in the following has also been
>> depreciated???
>> <key>Day</key>
>> <integer>0</integer>
>> <key>Hour</key>
>> <integer>0</integer>
>> <key>Month</key>
>> <integer>0</integer>
> Hi Bob,
> Let's note that the word is "deprecated" not "depreciated". However I don't
> think either of these terms apply here.
> As mentioned previously, the Day and Hour are zero-based but the Month and
> Year are 1-based.  In these StartCalendarInterval dictionaries, you should
> only supply what is needed. What is not specified is treated as a wildcard
> (i.e., means "every"). So:
> <dict>
>     <key>Hour</key>
>     <integer>9</integer>
>     <key>Minute</key>
>     <integer>59</integer>
> </dict>
> means the 59th minute of the 9th hour of _every_ month of _every_ year. The
> documentation for these values is at <x-man-page://5/crontab> on page 1.
> Philip Aker
> echo email@hidden@nl | tr a-z@. p-za-o.@
> Democracy: Two wolves and a sheep voting on lunch.

Since day is not specified, would it not mean the 59th minute of the 9th
hour of _every_ day of _every_ month of _every_ year ?

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