While working with bit-bucket, if the user changes his PC date/time to a future date and then does a commit, the commit uses user's PC date/time instead of a cloud date/time.
Later while reviewing the list of commits, one can see strange date entries in the version history with words like 'Tomorrow' appearing in the version history.
(See attached screen-shot)
Steps to reproduce:
- Change local PC date/time to the next day
- Perform a code check-in
- Restore PC time to current date/time
- Review version history in bitbucket. You will notice 'Tomorrow' against the check-in done
Check-ins should be time-stamped ith cloud sourced time reference instead of time reference from user's PC