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Daylight Savings Bug

From: chris . hammond
Subject: Daylight Savings Bug
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2001 15:12:06 -0500

I am having the same problem as address@hidden  I am using version 3.79.1
for Windows 32.  It appears that the time stamp being read by Make as the
current time is one hour in the past.  The time stamps on any files
generated by Make are the correct time.  I have verified that the BIOS real
time clock is set properly and that the Windows clock is set properly.  I
changed the date to March 31, and all works fine.  When I change the date to
today, I get the wrong time again.  I tried to create a Visual C++ project
to try to track down what's happening, but I have been unsuccessful so far
in setting up the compiler and linker options properly.  My Visual C++
knowledge is skimpy at best.
I was able to get it to work properly by changing my computer to be at GMT
time zone, not Central Time.  However, this isn't a great fix since it makes
my computer 6 hours off from the rest of my office.
address@hidden wrote: "Hi, I am using make version: "GNU Make version
3.78.1, by Richard Stallman and Roland McGrath. Built for Windows32" And
since the day light saving went into effect yesterday (time was moved ahead
an hour) I am getting "modification time is in the future" when I run make.
Seems like the daylight saving calculations isn't being done? Is this a
known issue or is there something I am missing? I am trying to go through
the mailing list archive also to see if there is anything in it regarding
this. Thanks for the help"

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