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Re: Problem with daylight saving time, off by one hour
Earnie Boyd wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 1:20 PM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>> I don't know. Â?I can't see that anything's wrong with Cygwin here. Â?I
>> just searched the web and found other people having timestamp problems
>> with WinSCP without any Cygwin involvement:
>> Maybe it *is* winSCP, after all?
> Or maybe the winSCP settings?
Yes, I have looked into the WinSCP settings. I've tried them all. I am
using the setting:
"Select Adjust remote timestamp to local conventions, if the
server behaves correctly and does not adjust file timestamp
(typically Unix-based servers and Windows 7 and newer)"
because (1) it is the one recommended for Unix servers, and (2) it is the
only one that works.
Regardless, once the file is copied, the time (as reported by Windows'
tools) is the correct time on the file.
So I don't believe this is a WinSCP problem, AND the problem is
demonstrated independent of WinSCP.
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