[Mono-dev] DateTime.Now incompatibility
alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 18:44:11 UTC 2016
Do you need `DateTime.UtcNow` instead of `DateTime.Now` ?
On 4 August 2016 at 19:07, Neale Ferguson <neale at sinenomine.net> wrote:
> If I run the following program:
> using System;
> public class Example
> public static void Main()
> Using the Great Britain timezone UTC and if I set the system date and
> time to a couple of hours before the transition (midnight on the 30th UTC)
> from daylight saving time back to standard time (2016-10-30 02:00:00):
> [neale at lneale3 - mono] sudo date --utc 103000002016.00
> Sun Oct 30 00:00:00 UTC 2016
> And run the program. I would expect that my time would be UTC (1am) -
> which it is when I run it on Windows .NET. However, it comes out as
> midnight as it determines that we are in the ambiguous hour and simply
> applies the base offset.
> I am trying to determine what the logic should be for it to disambiguate
> this time and apply the correct offset and give me the same value as
> I did look at just plugging in the Reference Source version of the class
> but there is a lot of platform specific code in the Mono version so it is
> not a simple task.
> Mono-devel-list mailing list
> Mono-devel-list at lists.dot.net
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Mono-devel-list