Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:13279] Re: Time Travel with Ruby"
    on 01/03/29, Ernest Ellingson <erne / powernav.com> writes:

|Well you can blame it on Windows but has anyone tried this on other systems.
|t=Time.local(2001, 4,1,2,0)
|puts t

This prints "Sun Apr 01 03:00:00 EDT 2001" on my Linux box.
Since my timezone does not have DST, I tried on your timezone.
FYI, Ruby had a bug in DST boundary on versions prior to 2000-07-20.

							matz.