John J Brecht wrote: > > Steve Emmerson wrote: > > > > John, > > > > >Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 10:51:23 -0500 > > >From: "John J Brecht" <john.brecht@xxxxxxx> > > >To: VisAD List <visad-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > >Subject: timestamp and Plain > > > > In the above message, you wrote: > > > > > when I open netCDF files I've create using Plain, I get this error: > > > > > > Couldn't decode attribute Time:units="s @ -9.783072E8": time unit with > > > non-timestamp origin > > > > I created Plain and I'll look into this problem. > > > > Do you encounter this problem when invoking Plain.open(...) on files > > that were created via Plain.save(...)? > > > > Regards, > > Steve Emmerson <http://www.unidata.ucar.edu> > > Well, I am using the SpreadSheet to open it. I'll start digging through > the code to see what it actually uses to open. The files are created > with my own code, and, yes, they are created ultimately with > Plain.save(). OK, I went through the code, and ultimately, Plain.open(fileName) is what gets called.