It's officially a Windows porting month. Now that I'm half way through it and with the last week of the month going to be a vacation, this makes sense.
Today, finished up dealing with the timezone/timestamp issues on Windows. This got stranger and stranger the closer I looked at it. After a timestamp change, a program that was already running will see one timestamp, while a program that is started after the change will see another one! My approach works pretty much no matter how Windows goes insane though, and always recovers a true timestamp. Yay.
Also fixed a regression test failure on Windows, which turned out to be rooted in a bug in the command queue runner, which neglected to pass along environment overrides on Windows.
Then I spent 5 hours tracking down a tricky test suite failure on Windows, which turned out to also affect FAT and be a recent reversion that has as it's root cause a fun bug in git itself. Put in a not very good workaround. Thank goodness for test suites!
Also got the arm autobuilder unstuck. Release tomorrow.