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Re: Wrong date/time in "svn log" output

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-12-01 20:37:15 CET

>>>>> "Servatius" == Servatius Brandt <Brandt> writes:

 Servatius> Hi, Since Tuesday (Nov 29th, 2005) I get the wrong date
 Servatius> and time in the output of "svn log". For all changes made
 Servatius> until Nov 28th, date and time displayed by "svn log" are
 Servatius> ok, but all changes made later are shown with a time shift
 Servatius> starting at Oct 10th, 2005 for Nov 29th.

 Servatius> This problem doesn't seem to be dependent on the client: I
 Servatius> checked with the command-line client version 1.2.3 on
 Servatius> Cygwin and with the TortoiseSVN client. Maybe the problem
 Servatius> is in the library used by both clients.

 Servatius> Is this a known problem?

It works for me. I just tried it and got the right answer. Linux
client, Linux server.

I wonder if perhaps you have a very badly corrupted timezone
definition on your client system...


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