What is simple for you may be complex for others. I think that is the essence of this forum, to share your wealth of knowledge and experience with the less priviledge.

kamal.

At 08:34 PM 3/18/2005 +0100, Dieter Maurer wrote:

Hong Yuan wrote at 2005-3-18 11:26 +0800:
> ...
[DM]
>>The easiest way would be to use a different (and unique) notation for
>>your timezone, e.g. "GMT+8".
>>
>>
>Well, it turns out not to be so easy. I found that even a notation like
>"GMT+8" is not unique in meaning, see
>http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/806-5189/6je7g4sr7?a=view. It can mean
>8 hours east of GMT, or 8 hours west of GMT!!! And again zope DateTime
>seems to interprete this differently than the Linux operation system.

Apparently, it is very simple to make simple things extremely
complex...

I noted a second option in my previous message -- this you see it?

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