Dojo

Problem with dojo.date.locale.parse and seconds

Hello,

I want to parse a time string in a given locale. Here is some test code:

console.log("Parsing time value [10:30 AM] with locale "+dojo.locale);
result = dojo.date.locale.parse("10:30 AM", { selector : "time" });
console.log("Result: ["+result+"]");

console.log("Parsing time value [10:30:11 AM] with locale "+dojo.locale);
result = dojo.date.locale.parse("10:30:11 AM", { selector : "time" });
console.log("Result: ["+result+"]");

And here are the results in the console:

Parsing time value [10:30 AM] with locale en-US
Result: [Thu Jan 01 1970 10:30:00 GMT+0100 (Central European Standard Time)
Parsing time value [10:30:11 AM] with locale en-US
Result: [null]

It shows that the locale is ‘en-US’ and that it can parse hours + minutes but not the time string with the seconds added. Can someone please help me here? Do I something wrong or is this a bug?

I’m using dojo 1.10.10, Firefox 75.0, Windows 10.

Small additional question:

Is it OK that

result = dojo.date.locale.parse("10:30 AM", { selector : "time" });

returns a string containing the time and the date? I would expect that the ‘selector : “time”’ makes sure that only the time is returned?