On Sep 17, 10:19  䮮
> Stuart Clarke wrote:
> > I have done some Googling and have yet to find a solution to a problem I
> > have. I am trying to decode a Windows filetime value e.g. LoTime,HiTime.
> > These values are commonly found in the registry and I have yet to find a
> > library in Ruby to deal with them and convert them to a valid date?
>
> > Any suggestions?
>
> Google "ruby windows timestamp" (without the quotes)
>
> The first hit is code.
>
> The third google hit contains this link:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms724284(VS.85).aspx
>
> Combine the two 32-bit values to get a 64-bit value which is the number
> of tenths of a microsecond since 1 Jan 1601.
>
> Google also:
>
> "site:www.ruby-forum.comactive directory timestamp"
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It looks like Win32::Registry.wtime2time() (http://ruby-doc.org/stdlib/
libdoc/Win32API/rdoc/classes/Win32/Registry.html#M001570)
might do the trick.