Topic "Looks like WinSCP doesn't know about daylight saving?"

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remote system - mac-mini, MacOSX 10.4 Tiger
local system - WinXP SP3 with all latest updates installed
Timezone set to GMT+03:00 on WinXP (adjust daylight saving changes automatically is on), to MSD on Mac.
In my country (Russia) time shift is UTC+0300 at winter, UTC+0400 at summer.

+ create empty file ( echo > 1 )
+ open connection to remote host, copy file '1' to home dir on remote host
+ commands
cmd /c dir /ta 1
cmd /c dir /tc 1
cmd /c dir /tw 1
on local machine show same time like this:
05.05.2009 17:27 2 1
- command
stat -f "atime: %Sa%nctime: %Sc%nmtime: %Sm" 1
on remote machine shows following:
atime: May 5 16:27:37 2009
ctime: May 5 17:27:45 2009
mtime: May 5 16:27:30 2009

Because of this if you edit some source file in FAR manager, than save it and trying to 'make', GNU make doesn't start building - it considers that file didn't changed 8-(
File trasfer with cygwin's scp is ok.
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shame on me Embarassed
it helped, thank you

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