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Comment:Fix typo on a wiki page.
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User & Date: mistachkin 2016-10-22 08:37:57
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2016-10-22
19:52
Begin the transaction block before inserting any content. Addresses one of the bugs reported by Venkat Iyer on ML. check-in: 1b6635a4 user: andybradford tags: trunk
08:37
Fix typo on a wiki page. check-in: f65fe580 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
08:26
Add the 'test-prompt-user' command. check-in: 8817b0ed user: mistachkin tags: trunk
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decimal point, though due to precision limits only the first three
digits will be significant.

In its default configuration, Fossil interprets and displays all dates
in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).  This tends to work the best for
distributed projects where participants are scattered around the globe.
But there is an option on the Admin/Timeline page of the web-interface to
switch to local time.  The "<b>Z</b>" suffix on an timestamp check-in
name is meaningless if Fossil is in the default mode of using UTC for
everything, but if Fossil has been switched to local time mode, then the
"<b>Z</b>" suffix means to interpret that particular timestamp using 
UTC instead of local time.

For an example of how timestamps are useful, 
consider the homepage for the Fossil website itself:







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decimal point, though due to precision limits only the first three
digits will be significant.

In its default configuration, Fossil interprets and displays all dates
in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).  This tends to work the best for
distributed projects where participants are scattered around the globe.
But there is an option on the Admin/Timeline page of the web-interface to
switch to local time.  The "<b>Z</b>" suffix on a timestamp check-in
name is meaningless if Fossil is in the default mode of using UTC for
everything, but if Fossil has been switched to local time mode, then the
"<b>Z</b>" suffix means to interpret that particular timestamp using 
UTC instead of local time.

For an example of how timestamps are useful, 
consider the homepage for the Fossil website itself: