void ixGetLibraryCompileDateAndTime( char *Date, char *Time)
Date: A string into which the date of the current version of the library is copied.
Time: A string into which the time of the current version of the library is copied.
ixGetLibraryCompileDateAndTime is a function designed to allow large enterprises to keep track of versions of library. Since many enterprise uses of Onix involve complex crossplatform uses of Onix, this allows programmers to be sure all uses of the library are using the same version. This function is primarily intended for debugging purposes to ensure programmers know which version of the library is being invoked. This is less of an issue under Windows where DLLs contain this information. For other platforms though it can be helpful. It is also helpful when reporting problems to technical support.