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Re: about cvs time

From: Michael Lukaschek
Subject: Re: about cvs time
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 09:01:43 +0200

As far as I know the server uses GMT. You can specify your local timezone 
like GMT+2).
The server will add/substract the required offset. When accessing the server 
via the
same mechanism there should be no changing of the file dates!

Best Regards,
Dipl.-Math. Michael Lukaschek, Software Development
Dimension 3D-Systems GmbH / Interzart AG 3D Commerce
Telephone: +49-511 390884-0       Facsimile: +49-511 390884-10

Larry Jones wrote:

> casper writes:
> >
> > When I use cvs, the update time is not my system time. How this
> > happen,and how to resolve it.
> What do you mean by "the update time"?  CVS uses UTC (aka GMT)
> internally and usually displays times that way.  Correctly converting to
> local time, particularly in a client/server environment, is a nearly
> impossible task.
> -Larry Jones
> I don't NEED to compromise my principles, because they don't have
> the slightest bearing on what happens to me anyway. -- Calvin
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