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From "David Reid" <dr...@jetnet.co.uk>
Subject Re: apr_implode_time and time zones
Date Thu, 28 Jun 2001 11:13:14 GMT
Ryan and I did discuss this but I think it was face to face at Santa Clara
when I made some big changes to that code to get it working :)  I'll have a
look at the code and see what's going on, but we should be using the offset
if there is one, or at least so I believe without reviewing the code.


> rbb@covalent.net wrote:
> >I believe this is a bug.  However, we have never been able to reliably
> >it.  You should check the APR list archives, because David Reid and I
> >discussed this a while back.  It was probably around March of this year.
> >
> Hmm. Couldn't find anything there ...
> >You could also check CVS for the logs for the time code on Unix.  That
> >would give you a better idea of when we had the discussion.
> >
> All I saw was something about tm_gmtoff not being present on Solaris.
> But there's already a workaround for that, isn't there?
> I fail to see how apr_implode_time() could /ever/ be wrong if it uses
> tm_gmtoff. Whether that field is set correctly or not is another matter,
> and most probably shows up only on very few platforms. Right now,
> apr_implode_time() is /always/ wrong. Surely it sould be a lesser evil
> to just fix it?

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