JS: xs:date() can modify timezone for pure dates
Atomic.js - dateTimeFromString("1993-03-31") returns a date of 1993-03-30 at least in BST! (Internally it generates 1993-03-30T23:00:00Z). Unsure whether this behaviour is correct, but at least one QT3 test (op-concatentate-mix-args-013) assumes the string value should be 1993-03-31
#1 Updated by Debbie Lockett about 2 years ago
- Status changed from New to In Progress
Was this running the test directly in the browser (with your new test driver)? The QT3-to-XSLT converted version of the test op-concatentate-mix-args-013 passes when I run it in the XsltTestSuiteDriverJS. Since dealing with dates is so fiddly, I wouldn't be too surprised if something is different in the JS Date object returned by browsers so there is some further work to be done!
#3 Updated by John Lumley over 1 year ago
- Status changed from In Progress to Resolved
Appears now to be working correctly, but I raised the issue in a BST situation and now we're back to GMT so no daylight savings corrections are required. Marking as resolved, but may need to check this again in April 2017!
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