ID: 9350
Updated by: derick
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Date/time related
Assigned To: 

I think was fixed in CVS, could you try a snapshot from ans reopen this 
bugreport when it doesn't solve the problem?

Previous Comments:

[2001-02-20 02:37:04] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I used this script:

$ServerTime = time();

$SerTime = date('g:i:s a',$ServerTime);
$SerLongDate = date('l, dS F Y',$ServerTime);
$SerBeat = date("@B",$ServerTime);

Print "<b>ServerTime:</b> $SerTime<br><b>ServerLongDate:</b> 
$SerLongDate<br><b>ServerSwatch:</b> $SerBeat<br>";

The internet time shows correctly except for the first hour (or 42 beats)

>From @000 onwards it does not count up 001, 002, 003 etc untill 1 hour has passed and 
>it then shows @042.

Is this a bug with PHP or Windows 2000. ALso if it is PHP is it just Win32 or the unix 
version also.


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