Quoting Jim Winstead <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> i didn't check how date('Z') is defined (do you add it to local time to get
> UTC or subtract it?) but it may be that systems where struct tm has a
> tm_gmtoff member and systems that use the timezone global may
> define it different ways.
> they should be made consistent, and the date() documentation updated to
> tell exactly which way we've made it consistent. :)
For the record, I reported a similar problem on win32 a while ago, though it
was with date('r') (rfc822 date), but showed the same thing - wrong sign for
the timezone offset.
Charles Hagenbuch, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Entropy. It's what's for dinner.
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