Shailesh Kumar wrote:
When I look at the Creation time and Modification time in any of the
container views, it shows me the UTC time.
<http://zope.app.container.browser.contents.py>: Line 174
I found that:
formatter = self.request.locale.dates.getFormatter(
created = self.safe_getattr(dc, 'created', None)
if created is not None:
info['created'] = formatter.format(created)
modified = self.safe_getattr(dc, 'modified', None)
if modified is not None:
info['modified'] = formatter.format(modified)
is being used to compute them.
No, the local formatter is used to *format* dates according to the
current locale. 8th of March this year, for example would be "3/8/2007"
in the U.S. English locale, but "08.03.2007" in the German locale.
I am puzzled, how does the browser set its locale? I guess this must be
a very basic question. But I am not able to figure it out.
request.locale is set according to the most preferred language/locale
returned by the IUserPreferredLanguages adapter for the request. The
default adapter reads browser's the Accept-Language header. More
influence though the website directly.
My book talks about this in detail: http://worldcookery.com
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