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Gerhard Fiedler wrote: > For example, it seems that -T (ls, log) is server local. And I'm not sure > whether -D (checkout, update, ...) is client or server local. (Server-local > wouldn't really make a lot of sense, IMO.) -T is client local (it sends your UTC offset to the server to modify the output). Server side local time makes no sense really... of course on most setups it doesn't make a difference as they're in a small geographic area. > Well, halfway. every date/time the server returns (normally) is in UTC, to > me it would make more sense to use UTC for the -D option. The other thing > is that we need to know for every local time that it is local, and whether > it's client or server local. And it may not always be trivial to know the > server's timezone... But that's just me, of course :) > It's not really changable now... it's been that way pretty much forever and frontends etc. will expect dates to behave that way. Tony