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XmlConvert.ToDateTime(string, XmlDateTimeSerializationMode) throws an "index out of bounds" exception in
DateTime._DoParse() when the xml dateTime string is e.g.
On the other hand, converting of "2003-09-26T13:30:44" works fine.
To reproduce the exception:
DateTime x = XmlConvert.ToDateTime("2003-09-26T13:30:44Z", XmlDateTimeSerializationMode.Local);
Primary culprit was a index check in Corlib/System/DateTime.cs - fixed.
Added tests for method XmlConvert.ToDateTime(string, XmlDateTimeSerializationMode) in System.XML/Test/System.XML/XmlConvertTests.cs and found quite a few differences between MS .NET and Mono (ran the tests first in .NET, then on Mono).
Fixed these differences in System.XML/System.Xml/XmlConvert.cs: now .NET and Mono yield the same results.
Created GitHub pull request #835 - please check.
Thanks for the fixes, merged both patches.