Commit 9f1bc31f authored by Jason Rumney's avatar Jason Rumney
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display-world-time does not work on Windows.

parent 63b9e28d
......@@ -2198,6 +2198,13 @@ month names with consistent widths for some locales on some versions
of Windows. This is caused by a deficiency in the underlying system
library function.
The functions set-time-zone-rule, and display-time-world (which uses it)
do not work on Windows. Fixing this is difficult, since Windows uses
localtime for the system clock, and any attempt to change the timezone
would have to be accompanied by a clock change for the results to remain
consistent. The way in which these functions are used is not intended to
cause such system-wide disruption.
Files larger than 4GB cause overflow in the size (represented as a
32-bit integer) reported by `file-attributes'. This affects Dired as
well, since the Windows port uses a Lisp emulation of `ls' that relies
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