It seems that mktime does what is required here. Certainly timegm() can
[openssl.git] / crypto / asn1 / a_utctm.c
index f6652e708104846bc16cc0e3ef39ba84b0511ae2..b855867dc1d30693bff1e8aa925f95884d64eccc 100644 (file)
@@ -291,10 +291,5 @@ time_t ASN1_UTCTIME_get(const ASN1_UTCTIME *s)
                }
 #undef g2
 
                }
 #undef g2
 
-       return timegm(&tm)-offset*60; /* FIXME: timegm is non-standard,
-                                      * typically we only have mktime (which
-                                      * interprets the struct tm according to
-                                      * the current time zone setting).
-                                      * Also time_t is inappropriate for general
-                                      * UTC times because it may a 32 bit type. */
+       return mktime(&tm)-offset*60;
        }
        }