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Author belopolsky
Recipients belopolsky, georg.brandl, gvanrossum, nnorwitz, pboddie, pitrou, techtonik
Date 2011-01-11.14:18:00
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On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 5:06 AM, anatoly techtonik
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> IIUC #9527 is about datetime and this request is about time.localtime,

This is correct, but did you notice what I wrote in my last message?

In order to properly implement #9527 in, some kind of
tm_gmtoff support will need to be added to the time module, but I
don't want this to become a feature that is exclusively available from
the time module.

I am not rejecting this request, I am trying to consolidate two
closely related issues.  Can you explain why you believe this
functionality should be provided exclusively through the time module
and not be available in datetime?
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