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RE: Daylight Savings
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org]On">mailto:email@example.com]On
> Behalf Of Oskar Persson
> Sent: vrijdag 20 februari 2004 8:42
> This requires that the time zone database is
> installed, usually found in /usr/share/zoneinfo,
> /usr/local/etc/zoneinfo or /usr/lib/zoneinfo and
> to be able to read the time zone database must the
> tzfile.h functionality be included. Time zone
> information is found in glibc/timezone and time
> zone database can be generated with the time zone
> compiler, zic.
Can we assume that the timezone database is platform
independent (as long as the endianness is the same)?
Then we can just copy timezone description files
from the development machine.
> Last time I glanced at the hwlock implementation
> in busybox it lacked vital functionality. Perhaps
> it includes more functionality at the moment and
> can be used to keep accurate time and date.
The latest busybox includes --utc and --localtime
options for hwclock, so I guess it might work.