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Tony Hoyle wrote: > David Somers wrote: >> Ummm... slight SNAFU: what if the client and server are in different >> timezones? Probably need to get the client to mangle -Z or -z LT to the >> numeric form (-z +nnnn/-nnnn) when sending to the server instead of >> sending as is. >> > That's what I just checked in (it's exactly how the -T options work > except they just send the offsets rather than mangling them). OK. Sorry. My caffeine levels have been up and down. > One thing I noticed is that doesn't cope with DST well... I'm not sure > there's an easy way around that, since different platforms have > different ideas of how to express timezones eg. 'Europe/London' works > fine on Linux, but not HPUX, and Windows doesn't even have names for its > timezones... For Windows, you'll have to glark it from: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation David