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Old 08-22-2011, 12:26 PM  
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Originally Posted by msg7086 View Post
another minor bug.

when use stat-l / list method to list directory, the timezone detecting function didn't kill the second part of the time when comparing remote local time and utc time. the list command doesn't return the second part so the offset become 28747sec(actual) instead of 28800sec(expected) if the target file has a second part of 53sec, i.e. 20110101000053 <=> 01JAN 08:00
Thank you, I have confirmed the issue and this will be addressed in the next release, I also discovered a flaw in the date/time parser when handling List -alT where T instructs the server to include the seconds, however the seconds aren't added to the internal date/time value.
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