This updated patch also sets the date and time strings to the
Are you intending a SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH to be a Unix time value? I.e., an integer?
This value format needs to be documented.
Unfortunately, your use of date -d is nonportable, it appears that only the GNU tools
understand this option. It will fail on other platforms like *BSD, Solaris, that
using a GNU userland.
Why can't you simply provide an already formatted date & time that can be used
directly, instead of needing to be reformatted here?
The WHOWHERE string will now be set to simply "openldap" in
that a SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH is set.
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