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[GitHub] stevedlawrence commented on a change in pull request #70: Adding property binaryCalendarRep with values "binarySeconds" and "bi…

stevedlawrence commented on a change in pull request #70: Adding property binaryCalendarRep with values "binarySeconds" and "bi…

 File path: daffodil-runtime1-unparser/src/main/scala/org/apache/daffodil/processors/unparsers/ConvertBinaryCalendarUnparser.scala
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+package org.apache.daffodil.processors.unparsers
+import org.apache.daffodil.calendar.DFDLCalendar
+import org.apache.daffodil.exceptions.Assert
+import org.apache.daffodil.processors.ElementRuntimeData
+import org.apache.daffodil.schema.annotation.props.gen.BinaryCalendarRep
+import org.apache.daffodil.util.Maybe.One
+import org.apache.daffodil.util.Misc
+case class ConvertBinaryCalendarUnparser(
+  override val context: ElementRuntimeData,
+  binCalRep: BinaryCalendarRep,
+  epochTimeMillis: Long,
+  lengthInBits: Int)
+  extends PrimUnparser {
+  /**
+   * Primitive unparsers must override runtimeDependencies
+   */
+  override lazy val runtimeDependencies = Nil
+  protected def putNumber(dos: DataOutputStream, value: Long, nBits: Int, finfo: FormatInfo): Boolean = {
+    dos.putLong(value, nBits, finfo)
+  }
+  def unparse(state: UState): Unit = {
+    val node = state.currentInfosetNode.asSimple
+    val calValue = node.dataValue match {
+      case dc: DFDLCalendar => dc.calendar
+      case x => Assert.invariantFailed("ConvertTextCalendar received unsupported type. %s of type %s.".format(x, Misc.getNameFromClass(x)))
+    }
+    val diff: Long = binCalRep match {
+      case BinaryCalendarRep.BinarySeconds => (calValue.getTimeInMillis - epochTimeMillis) / 1000
+      case BinaryCalendarRep.BinaryMilliseconds => (calValue.getTimeInMillis - epochTimeMillis)
+      case _ => Assert.impossibleCase
+    }
 Review comment:
   Yeah, you're right. I don't think overflow is an issue. The range of valid values is just too small to overflow to a valid date.
   I *think* we do the right thing for text parsers. It looks like the SimpleDateFormat#parse method doesn't throw an exception on failure. Instead, you just need to look at the parse position to determine if there was an error. I would assume that if the text value was out of range, then parse() would set the error position appropriately. And then calendar.getTime is called. We probably want to do something similar for the binaryCalendarEpoch and throw an SDE if there's an error. Here's the logic for that in the text date time parser:

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