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Author vstinner
Recipients Fergus.Noble, belopolsky, benjamin.peterson, gvanrossum, jamesh, mark.dickinson, tim.peters, vstinner
Date 2017-07-28.09:07:44
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James Henstridge:
> The Olson time zone database (used by most UNIX systems and Mac OS X)
has a number of time zones with historic offsets that use second
resolution (from before those locations switched to a rounded offset
from GMT).

Ok for increasing the resolution to seconds. But PR 2896 increases the resolution to microseconds. What is the rationale for supporting microseconds?

I would prefer to only accept microseconds=0.
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