Xiang Zhang added the comment:
> I think the old code unlikely will be broken if preserve an exception type
> and don't change conditions for raising an error.
Currently there could be no error when the object gets a timezone. The timezone
is simply discarded and only when microseconds comes to 0 there is a
ValueError. I don't think the user code would prepare to catch the ValueError.
I don't oppose make timestamp more strict but just not sure if it's suitable.
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