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MDL-32234 Library: usergetdate return different values when timezone …

…is set

usergetdate should return consistent values for different timezone. There are
two return path
1. If timezone is servertime, it returns getdate
2. If timezone other then servertime, it use gmstrftime, which returns string and
   values with leading zero.
In second case, leading zero's are removed and values are type casted. One major fix
is with yday, getdate returns 0 through 365, whereas %j returns 001 through 366. This
has been fixed as well.
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1 parent eddceb6 commit 7cdb2e45757e4cffe48d067628107220808a00d3 Rajesh Taneja committed Mar 29, 2012
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  1. +9 −0 lib/moodlelib.php
  2. +2 −2 lib/simpletest/testmoodlelib.php
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@@ -1798,6 +1798,15 @@ function usergetdate($time, $timezone=99) {
$getdate['seconds']
) = explode('_', $datestring);
+ // set correct datatype to match with getdate()
+ $getdate['seconds'] = (int)$getdate['seconds'];
+ $getdate['yday'] = (int)$getdate['yday'] - 1; // gettime returns 0 through 365
+ $getdate['year'] = (int)$getdate['year'];
+ $getdate['mon'] = (int)$getdate['mon'];
+ $getdate['wday'] = (int)$getdate['wday'];
+ $getdate['mday'] = (int)$getdate['mday'];
+ $getdate['hours'] = (int)$getdate['hours'];
+ $getdate['minutes'] = (int)$getdate['minutes'];
return $getdate;
}
@@ -580,7 +580,7 @@ function test_usergetdate() {
$this->assertEqual($wday,3);
$this->assertEqual($mon,12);
$this->assertEqual($year,2009);
- $this->assertEqual($yday,357);
+ $this->assertEqual($yday,356);
$this->assertEqual($weekday, 'Wednesday');
$this->assertEqual($month, 'December');
@@ -595,7 +595,7 @@ function test_usergetdate() {
$this->assertEqual($wday,3);
$this->assertEqual($mon,12);
$this->assertEqual($year,2009);
- $this->assertEqual($yday,357);
+ $this->assertEqual($yday,356);
$this->assertEqual($weekday, 'Wednesday');
$this->assertEqual($month, 'December');

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