I've been using RX 1.1111 experimental and using the Timestamp() on a lot of my subscriptions.
I just updated to RX 2.x and now all of the Timestamped subscriptions seem to be in UTC versus localtime before.
These are really breaking changes since Scheduler.Now seems to be in localtime.
So if I want to check if some data is older than Scheduler.Now and I'm not in UTC I need to get the schedulers utc time or the timestamped localtime.
This is really not intuitive and leaves me with a lot of broken code where it is a major headache guessing which time things are referring to.
DateTime.Now = localtime
Scheduler.Now = localtime
Timestamped value = UTC
please make an effort to not introduce such breaking changes without thinking about it first...
If this is not how it is I appologize :)
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