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Author brett.cannon
Date 2003-07-09.22:36:51
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So the problem is with the %z directive not reporting the proper 
timezone offset, correct?  If you look at
dev/doc/devel/lib/module-time.html , though, you will notice that 
%T is not supported as a directive for strftime or strptime nor has 
it ever been supported.  Same goes for %T although it works in 
your example.

Since the docs do not say that these directives are supported I am 
closing this patch since it would require altering both strftime and 
stprtime to support %z on all platforms which this patch does not.
Date User Action Args
2007-08-23 15:28:03adminlinkissue762963 messages
2007-08-23 15:28:03admincreate