[twsocket] TIME_ZONE troubles on install

Stephen Williams SWilliams@fm.optus.net.au
Wed, 7 Jun 2000 13:12:49 +1000


Two options there.  Either
- remove it (comment it out), or
- try setting it to -1.
I wonder why it won't compile?  Strange...

Steve 'Sly' Williams
IT Development
Cable & Wireless Optus Outsourcing Services
swilliams@fm.optus.net.au
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> >The following code should define the required constants for
> >D1,D2,D3,BCB1,BCB3.  This should be added to FtpSrvT.pas.
> >
> >{$IFNDEF VER130}
> >  {$IFNDEF VER125}
> >    {$IFNDEF VER120}
> >const
> >  TIME_ZONE_ID_INVALID = DWORD($FFFFFFFF);
> >  TIME_ZONE_ID_UNKNOWN  = 0;
> >  TIME_ZONE_ID_STANDARD = 1;
> >  TIME_ZONE_ID_DAYLIGHT = 2;
> >    {$ENDIF}
> >  {$ENDIF}
> >{$ENDIF}
> >
> >Steve 'Sly' Williams
> >IT Development
> >Cable & Wireless Optus Outsourcing Services
> >swilliams@fm.optus.net.au
> 
> 
> Hi Steve,
> 
>     Thanks for the reply.  I've used BCB a little but not 
> Delphi.  One more
> question if you don't mind.
> 
> What happens if I remove the definition for :
> TIME_ZONE_ID_INVALID = DWORD($FFFFFFFF);
> 
> It won't compile with it.