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    Default Ext.util.Format.dateRenderer always off by 1

    Ext.util.Format.dateRenderer always off by 1


    This is a very simple bug to test: open up a Sencha Touch 2.2 app, then go into Chrome's developer console and type Ext.util.Format.dateRenderer('M d, Y')('2013-08-05')

    The returned string is "Aug 04, 2013" when instead it should be "Aug 05, 2013." Any other date format seems to work properly (e.g. '2013/08/05' or '2013-8-5' or even '2013-08-05 ' with a trailing space). Only dates specified using YYYY-MM-DD are returned off by one. The format string (e.g. 'M d, Y') does not appear to have any impact.

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    Thank you for your report.
    This is a known issue. The docs for the date method state that:

    Note that this uses the native Javascript Date.parse() method and is therefore subject to its idiosyncrasies. Most formats assume the local timezone unless specified. One notable exception is 'YYYY-MM-DD' (note the dashes) which is typically interpreted in UTC and can cause date shifting.

    http://docs.sencha.com/touch/2.2.1/#...at-method-date

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