If I do "(let F (get (dir) 4) (stamp (cadr (info F)) (cddr (info F))))",
which on a normal Pico Lisp system should produce the modification date
and time of the file "CHANGES", I get "2008-04-23 16:29:06", and this
should be the UTC date and time. If I do a "ls -l" in my shell, I see this
"9755 Apr 23 18:29 CHANGES". The 2 hour difference must be due to my time
zone and daylight saving. Would it be difficult to modify my Pico Lisp
expression so that it produces a modification date and time that agrees
with what I get from "ls -l"?


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