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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25560] - DateUtils.truncate() is off by one hour when using a date in DST switch 'zone'
Date Sun, 03 Apr 2005 19:20:12 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From apa3a@yahoo.com  2005-04-03 21:20 -------
Just hit this bug using 2.0.
This is what happens to those who work on Sundays :-).
Very delighted that fix exists. I'm about to give my app to the client and don't
want to use current CVS or custom-patched library. Found a workaround:

DateUtils.truncate(date, Calendar.DATE)

use:

DateUtils.round(
        DateUtils.truncate(date, Calendar.DATE),
        Calendar.DATE)

Call to round eliminates any 1-hour discrepancy which may exist.

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