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

From: Brandt, Servatius <Servatius.Brandt_at_fujitsu-siemens.com>
Date: 2005-12-02 14:43:35 CET

Paul Koning wrote:

>>>>>> "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...

The time zone setting seems to be ok. It is West European standard time
on a Windows XP Professional system. We have about half a dozen Windows
PCs of different age here, and all have the same problem. So either it
is in the client library or the svn server has actually stored the wrong
times on the commit. (The time setting on the server is ok as well;
I use svn version 1.2.3 under Cygwin on the server.)

- Servatius

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