On Dec 16, 2005, at 4:20 PM, Benji York wrote:
Gary zope/i18n/format.py:141 and 149
(Not entirely sure why Benji blessed me with this assignment ;-) , but...)
As I wrote before, this is an evil bug caused by a misuse of pytz code: timezones in this code can be pickled, but then not unpickled, so they lie in wait, waiting to explode next time you try to get the object . Exciting!
Jim and I have agreed that the best way to approach this is to offer a patch to Stuart for an intelligently-persistable offset-based timezone, such as that found in zope.app.datetimeutils, and then use that in the 18n code.
I don't have time for that this weekend, and there's no guarantee we could even get an ok from Stuart for this in time.
I also have an approach that pukes when you try to persist one of these timezones, but then some of the timezones returnable from the method are persistable, and some not: another fairly evil trap.
If someone else has desire and time to tackle this, go for it. If not, I'll try to do it on Monday.
Stuart, if you happen to read this, giving your blessing to such a patch would be very cool. ;-)
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