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RE: Daylight Savings Bug
RE: Daylight Savings Bug
Mon, 2 Apr 2001 14:24:39 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks for confirming this Chris.
I found the following article related to "April Fool's
Day 2001" bug:
It's a problem with the runtime library msvcrt.dll,
and it would happen whenever April 1 falls on a
Don't know when(if?) Microsoft released the fix, I am
--- address@hidden wrote:
> It works fine when I set my clock to next week.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Arbees [SMTP:address@hidden
> > Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 2:24 PM
> > To: address@hidden
> > Subject: Re: Daylight Savings Bug
> > hey Chris,
> > can you try one thing? set your system date to be
> > anything after April 8, 2001 and see if you get
> > problem. are you using nt or win2k?
> > lemme know what happened.
> > Arbees
> > --- address@hidden
> > > 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
> > > 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
> > > 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
> > > 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
> > > future" when I run make.
> > > Seems like the daylight saving calculations
> > > 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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