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Re: Timezone difference

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Timezone difference
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2003 09:59:35 -0400
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Erik Andersson wrote:

| Message
| I've been trying to find information needed in FAQ's and with google,
but I am not sure I use the right keywords..
| | Anyway, we have a problem where the server and the clients are in the
same timezone. The time difference between the actual timestamp on the
local pc and the timestamp seen with wincvs is 2 hours. If I check on
the server the timstamp is closer to the correct (differs a few minutes).
| | Ex. | | On my local pc a file is time stamped 11.08 and with wincvs it shows
9.08. On the server it says 11.23.
| | Please help me out or point me out to relevant information.

By "server time stamp", are you referring to the last commit in the log
message or the time stamp on the actual archive file?  The archive file
should have a time stamp corresponding pretty closely with the time of
the last commit, whether that commit was by you or some other party.

As for timestamps as "seen with WinCVS", you might be better off asking
on the WinCVS mailing list.  See <> for more.

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