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Re: svn log: date and time with --xml

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-19 19:38:47 CEST

"etienne studer" <etienne.studer@canoo.com> writes:
> Using 'svn log' without '--xml' gives me the correct time. Using 'svn log'
> with '--xml' gives me the GMT time. Does this mean that when using the xml
> format I have to know how many hours I am off GMT? Or is there another way
> how to get the local time?
> Using 'svn log' without the '--xml' option returns
> '...2003-02-24 17:35:24 +0100...'. -> correct
> Using 'svn log' with the '--xml' option returns
> '<date>2003-02-24T16:35:24.120656Z</date>' -> one hour off

I think so -- there's no "--local-time" option.

But, I wonder why we use GMT for one and localtime for the other?...

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