> > I will look at c) unless someone comes up with a better idea
> > or someone else gets in first.
> That would be great. Grab a hold of the cygwin sources.
> winsup/cygwin/localtime.cc claims that it is in the public
> domain... needs a closer look that I've given it, but might be a
> good starting point.
For the heck of it, I went and wedged this file into the source base, and
3 of 94 tests failed.
The 7 tests which failed due to timestamp now pass, leaving the three
failures listed in the original post. I don't know about you, but I'm sure
set on option (c) now :-)
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