and in THttpConnection.SendDocument(const CustomHeaders : String) :
Header := Header + 'Last-Modified: ' + RFC1123_Date(FLastModified)
+ ' GMT' + #13#10;
'GMT' is always displayed, but is it really the time on the
computer that execute the soft ? Maybe I missed something that's
why I ask you all....
These lines are all correct, the Last-Modified: header should always be
displayed time as GMT or UTC, which is the file time stamp used by
Windows since NT.
However, there is a bug in OverbyteIcsHttpSrv.pas in function FileDate
which is returning the local time stamp of the file, not the GMT/UTC time
stamp. I'll fix it next week.
Ok thanks for the details ;)
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