felix.nawothnig at t-online.de
Wed May 18 14:15:05 CDT 2005
Rein Klazes wrote:
> On Tue, 17 May 2005 23:06:51 +0200, you wrote:
>>+ RtlSystemTimeToLocalTime(&sys_time, &local_time);
>>+ /* liExpTimeZoneBias is not the same as tzi.Bias since it takes
>>+ * disabled DST correction into account (tested on WinXP). */
>>+ local_diff.QuadPart = sys_time.QuadPart - local_time.QuadPart;
> You mean the "Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving"? Wine does
> not follow this silly flag and at a couple of places it depends on it. I
> doubt whether it should.
By the way, how is this flag set?
>>+ sti->liKeBootTime = NTDLL_BootTime;
>>+ sti->liKeSystemTime = sys_time;
>>+ sti->liExpTimeZoneBias = local_diff;
>>+ sti->uCurrentTimeZoneId = RtlQueryTimeZoneInformation(&tzi);
> This does not look correct. AFAIK RtlQueryTimeZoneInformation returns an
> NT-status code, 0 is no success, otherwise it is an error code. Have a
> look at GetTimeZoneInformation how to compute a TimeZoneId.
Well, I could just duplicate the code but wouldn't it make more sense to
move this code from kernel32 to ntdll and let GetTimeZoneInformation()
I dunno if this is how it's done on Windows (some of this information,
like liExpTimeZoneBias for example, is stored in UserSharedData as an
example program on MSDN shows) but I guess it would be more more correct?
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