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[REBOL] Re: Amazon S3 Tools linux problem.

From: compkarori:gmai:l at: 26-Sep-2010 13:31

Hi Carl Try this In the S3 tools, change now-gmt to now-gmt: func [ t ][ t: t - t/zone t/zone: 0:00 t ] run ladislav's nist tools do http://www.fm.tul.cz/~ladislav/rebol/nistclock.r and then change all occurrences of now-gmt to now-gmt nist-corrected-time On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 12:55 PM, Graham Chiu <compkarori-gmail.com> wrote:
> Carl > > If it is any consolation to you, R3 shows the timezone as +13 even as R2 > shows it as +12 :( > > I always set the time to NIST time in my applications before I do anything > else. > > On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 1:34 PM, Carl Read <carl-cybercraft.co.nz> wrote: > >> >> Followup to this... >> >> >> http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/message.jspa?messageID=119866 >> >> Seems the best approach would be to get the time from the Amazon server, >> thus bypassing any local time issues. >> >> -- Carl Read. >> >> PS. And yes, I meant REBOL below, not REBO, and the last sentence >> should've read "I couldn't /find/ one in the 'Viewtop'."... (Well what'ya >> expect on the day daylight saving cuts in!) >> >> >> On Sunday, 26-September-2010 at 13:10:55 Carl Read wrote, >> >> >Hi yet again Graham... >> > >> >Today uploading to Amazon S3 stopped working for me on Windows XP! And >> after a >> >while it dawned on me why - daylight saving started here today. Sigh... >> > >> >So, if I turn off daylight saving in Windows, (setting Windows' clock >> back an >> >hour), I can upload. But I can't if I then manually set the clock forward >> an >> >hour. (And no matter what settings I choose, REBOL's time always matches >> >Windows' time.) >> > >> >I noticed Windows says it's still only 12 hours ahead when daylight >> saving is >> >ticked as on (as does REBO), so I'm picking that's the source of the >> problem. >> >REBOL grabs the time-zone from Windows, when what it needs is 13 hours. >> Unless >> >there's a setting for the time-zone in REBOL? I couldn't one in the >> >'Viewtop'. >> > >> >-- Carl Read. >> > >> > >> >On Wednesday, 22-September-2010 at 21:50:42 Graham Chiu wrote, >> > >> >>Hi Carl >> >> >> >>Yes, about that url-encode, I just added one now :) >> >> >> >>The problem with the prot-http is that you do lose the headers returned >> >>unless you open the url instead. Hence my need to modify the success >> >>function. >> >> >> >>The headers should have given the error information from Amazon that you >> >>were using the incorrect time. So, not sure why that didn't work .. >> >> >> >>On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 9:29 PM, Carl Read <carl-cybercraft.co.nz> >> wrote: >> >> >> >>> >> >>> Hi Graham, >> >>> >> >>> Yes - elsewhere! I hadn't set the timezone on Linux, (it's a newish >> >>> install), and that was the problem. I noticed the time was four hours >> out >> >>in >> >>> the authorization block, which put me on the right track. >> >>> >> >>> BTW, I've just remembered the url-encode function wasn't included with >> >your >> >>> script - I had to find it elsewhere. It's not in View 2.7.7, but >> perhaps >> >>> it's in other REBOLs? >> >>> >> >>> Anyway, many thanks for your patience! And the script - useful. >> >>> >> >>> -- Carl Read. >> > >> >-- >> >To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to >> >lists at rebol.com with unsubscribe as the subject. >> > >> > >> >> -- >> To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to >> lists at rebol.com with unsubscribe as the subject. >> >> > > -- > Graham Chiu > http://www.compkarori.co.nz:8090/ > Synapse - the use from anywhere EMR. >
-- Graham Chiu http://www.compkarori.co.nz:8090/ Synapse - the use from anywhere EMR.