Lennart Regebro wrote:
> From: "Geir Bækholt" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>i can confirm that this is a bug in DateTime.rfc822(), and that
>>rfc-conformant mailclients choke on it aswell..
> Oh, man, I've looked at DateTime now, and it's a mess... (ar at least, the
> timeone hadnling is). I'm seriously considering making rfc822() into this:
> def rfc822(self):
> """Return the date in RFC 822 format"""
> return '%s, %2.2d %s %d %2.2d:%2.2d:%2.2d %s' % (
> That would return the RFC2822 format that explicitly specifies that there is
> no timezone information included... At least that would make it compliant.
> A better way would be storing the timzone offset internally in the DateTime
> object and using it, but there timezone handling is spread out all over the
> place, so I haven't really gotten a grip on it yet.
Zope3 already uses the experimental datetime from Python2.3. From a
quick look it seems to handle timezones. Perhaps you can look there for
some ideas or use it instead.
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