Topic "File time reported incorrectly"

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cracki
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this happens on 4.3.3, but not on 4.3.2
this happens on WinXP german and Win7 english.
FTP protocol.
the effect survives a reboot of the computer.

line in "LIST -a" (collected using wireshark, matches ls -l on server):
Code:
-rw-rw-r--   1 crackwitz videoag    612800 May 30 18:06 11ss-daks-110530.prproj


I am GMT+0200, server is GMT+0200.

connecting using a timezone offset of 2:00 hours, the time is reported as "2011-05-30 19:58". for 1:00, 1:30 and 3:00, the time is reported "correctly".

I suspect "May 30 18:06" and a 2 hour offset are magical values.
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martin
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I have sent you an email with debug version.
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cracki
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to be precise, ls -l on the server reports "May 30 20:06 11ss-daks-110530.prproj" (GMT+0200) and the remote FTP server seems to report times in GMT ("May 30 18:06 11ss-daks-110530.prproj").

I managed to replicate this on a local FTP server (Gene6 FTP on WinXP) using the same 2 hour timezone offset and a file that has a modification time of 2011-05-30 18:06 (the local server seems to report local times in its "LIST -a").
cracki
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the debug build fixed it.
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