automatic TZ in non-english windows
Tue May 7 06:20:00 GMT 2002
On Mon, May 06, 2002 at 02:51:55PM -0400, Norbert Schulze wrote:
> > What I'd like to see is just a bit more of an
> > explanation why the patch is needed. Especially two points,
> > where in the common standards did you find that a timezone
> > string must be three chars to be valid and could you give
> > an example what else is stored at that point in non-english
> > OSes?
> excerpt from http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007908799/xbd/envvar.html
> In a non-english windows these members may have values like: (e.g. german)
> Eastern Normalzeit
> Eastern Sommerzeit
> Pazifik Normalzeit
> Pazifik Sommerzeit
> Westeuropaische Normalzeit
> Westeuropaische Sommerzeit
> and the computed values are:
> As you can see all values are invalid and incorrect timezone names.
Thanks for the description. I've commited your patch.
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