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> From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org > [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org] On Behalf Of Cary Sweet > Sent: Wednesday, 14 March, 2007 12:47 > > Currently, if we check in a file and subsequently view the > history of that file, it displays 1 hour into the future as > the version date. The date stored in the CVS repository is > correct GMT+7, but the date pulled out GMT+6 is not. It > would appear that WinNT is not aware of the recent changes to > the Daylight Savings Time start and end dates. Is there a > patch for CvsNT that will fix this issue? Surely the problem is in Windows NT, and *that* needs to be patched, rather than CVSNT? I just did a quick test on XP (with the Microsoft DST patch installed), and my CVSNT server there is converting times correctly. I think (following a quick glance at my somewhat-out-of-date CVS sources) that CVSNT just uses localtime and friends to convert between local and universal time. Those are implemented in the MSVC7 runtime. I don't know whether the MSVC7 library authors used an independent time conversion implementation, or used Windows APIs such as SystemTimeToTzSpecificLocalTime. (MSVC's localtime is subject to _tzset, which suggests the former; but even if MSVC7 uses its own implementation, it may still rely on the system timezone database, wherever that is in Windows.) At any rate, I suspect your quarrel is with Microsoft. Or, perhaps, with Ed Markey and Fred Upton. -- Michael Wojcik Principal Software Systems Developer, Micro Focus