Hamzat Kamal wrote at 2005-5-28 12:35 +0100:
> ...
>I was testing zopetime() function on 2 diffrent versions of zope servers, 
>both running on different linux machines and i was getting 2 diffrent results:
>  <dtml-var expr="ZopeTime().toZone('GMT+1').strftime('%d%m%Y %H:%M:%S - %Z')">
>On (Zope 2.6.1 (binary release, python 2.1, linux2-x86), python 2.1.3, linux2)
>the result was  :    28052005 12:15:11 - PST
>which the correct time in GMT+1

But is wrong due to the wrong timezone info.

>While on (Zope 2.7.6-final, python 2.3.5, linux2)
>the same code was showing :  28052005 03:56:07 - PDT
>This is not the correct time in GMT+1, but the current time on the server.

Now the timezone info is correct but the date does not use the
correct timezone.

Apparently, "strftime" is difficult...

>What should have gone wrong and how do I solve this.

Search the mailing list archives for "strftime" problems...

   When I remember right, someone posted a patch fixing
   "strftime" problems.

When I am wrong, file a bug report and (maybe) try to come
up with working code.

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