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Re: bad timestamp

From: Robert J. Clark
Subject: Re: bad timestamp
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 16:20:01 -0400

On Thu, 18 Apr 2002 08:42:08 +0200
mjar <address@hidden> wrote:

> All checked in files, got wrong timestamp.
> I update the systemtime from a ntp-timeserver every night, the clients
> are all using a ntp-timeclient to synch the time with the CVS-server.
> The timestamp always differ 2 hours (behind), I'll guess this have to
> do with the daylight savings changes of time (CEST, Stockholm).
>  From where do CVS get the time when the new timestamp for the file
>  sets?

CVS stores timestamps in GMT as it is designed to be used by people all
over the world. Are you referring to the timestamps *on* the CVS files
themselves or the timestamps recorded *in* the ,v files? If the latter,
then they should be in GMT.

- Rob

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