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From Gergely Imre <gi...@mx.nextra.ro>
Subject Re: Time
Date Wed, 04 Oct 2000 21:28:52 GMT
On Wed, 4 Oct 2000, Robin Green wrote:

> Gergely Imre <gimre@mx.nextra.ro> wrote:
> >On Wed, 4 Oct 2000, Robin Green wrote:
> >
> > > Gergely Imre <gimre@mx.nextra.ro> wrote:
> > > >I don't know what have I done wrong, but the <util:time format=""/>

> >gives
> > > >a wrong time. The server time is i.e. 11:01 PM, and this gives 10:01 
> >PM,
> > > >so back one hour. Is this a bug, or i'm stupid? ;)
> > >
> > > I'd guess it's to do with Daylight Saving Time. Whatever it is, I don't
> > > think it can be a bug in Cocoon itself.
> >
> >I don't know, shouldn't <util:time/> get the time from the computer on
> >wich it runs?
> 
> Oh, it does, look at the source, it just calls new Date() and formats it. 
> What I'm suggesting is that something (not Cocoon) is incorrectly adjusting 
> for Daylight Saving Time. Do you have Daylight Saving Time in your country? 
> If so, try typing "date" if using Unix or Linux, or look at the clock in 
> Windows. What does it say?

I'm using Linux Redhat 6.2. I typed "date" at the prompt, and I got:
Thu Oct  5 00:21:42 EEST 2000. Is Cocoon reading this information, or
not?

-- 
GImre
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