I'm reliably informed that this bad-date thing is a well-known problem that
happens for some TZ settings (notably `GB') and not others. I've tried MET
and GMT and the problem isn't there. Now I'm trying to figure out how I've
missed it all this time. Today's date is more notable than average, of course.
I've also had a report that the same problem afflicts some Linuxes (Linuxen?)
so it isn't even Sun-specific.
Thanks everyone: apologies if I caused any worry.
Sam Nelson, Comp Sci, Stirling U, FK9 4LA, Scotland ,->0->M Email: email@example.com Phone: +44 7887 987607 I->3-+->2->R=->-+->4->O Office: +44 1786 467443 Fax: +44 1786 464551 `->1->S=->-' URL: http://www.cs.stir.ac.uk/~sam NS80799622/38m R$+@$+ $@smtp$#$2$:$1@$2
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