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  1. Qt
  2. QTBUG-84474

When the system time zone is set to be BST then it will end up giving a time that is not correct when converted from QTime(0,0,0) or QTime(2,0,0)

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      510253aa0996a89e6029d244002a08615b2fb65b (qt/qtdeclarative/dev) a4e5f82186d11f7a4dcd32f74d5efd3f131a627f (qt/qtdeclarative/5.15)
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      When the system time zone is set to be BST then it will end up giving a time that is not correct when converted from QTime(0,0,0) or QTime(2,0,0). What happens is that it will end up being off by one hour as it seems to be accounting for the daylight savings, but this only happens with using BST and also at least not on Windows.

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            Assignee:
            ulherman Ulf Hermann
            Reporter:
            andysh Andy Shaw
            PM Owner:
            Maurice Kalinowski Maurice Kalinowski
            RnD Owner:
            Alex Blasche Alex Blasche
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