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Re: y2k bug in New Date, cannot set date back to 9

Posted By: Greg Akers <>
Date: Jan-2-2000 1:14 a.m.

In Response To: Re: y2k bug in New Date, cannot set date back to 9 (Mike Gaber)

> THIS IS NOT A "BUG" in Z-TREE, but it is still a "BUG" in X-TREE, unless someone can set me straight.

Hmmm... Mike, what version of XTree are you seeing this New Date "bug" in? I've tried everything I can think of in XTG 3.01 to duplicate this in Win98SE and WinNT4, but don't find any New Date problems here.

Mathias must have done a lot of XTree testing. His Y2K statement at http://xtfp.arkanda.net/x36faq.htm#iii says "ALL XTree VERSIONS [emphasis added] have been working properly under my Y2K simulation" where he used the 'N'ew Date command.

> Z-Tree get's it right, .. it looks like another reason to drop X-Tree completely.

Actually, XTree makes a great ZTree beta installer. Plus, it's a good comparison for testing, or requesting, new ZTree features!

> Thank you all for checking this out.

Glad to try to help make sense out of confusion, when possible.

> ...
> What I need to do is check out all the extra options that are available in this new great program....

Good luck finding the time to do THAT! I, for one, certainly can't keep up with all the neat stuff Kim keeps adding to ZTree. In fact, testing, sorting and categorizing ZTree features is one of the goals of the ZTreeWin Forum community, as it takes lots of eyes to see them all!

> Next time I will take my time before I jump.

Well, check out what you see as best you can, but then go ahead and post your observations if they don't look right to you. That's what these forums are for, to help each other along those lines.

> Once again there is more proof that Z-Tree has surpassed X-Tree in functionality...

Well, after all, ZTree started out where XTree left off. Lucky for us it did!

Caio!

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