It seems that since the Pacific timezone is in daylight savings time,
the correct offset is -7.

So.... nevermind.

On Tue, 2005-09-06 at 00:53, Mark Gibson wrote:
> I installed zope 2.7.6 on a windows 2000 machine.   This machine is set
> to the pacific timezone.
> 
> When I run python from the command line, and check DateTime, I get: 
> 
> >>> from DateTime import DateTime
> >>> DateTime()
> DateTime('2005/09/06 23:55:29.620 GMT-7')
> 
> The 'GMT-7' is the Mountain timezone.  The actual time should read
>  DateTime('2005/09/06 23:55:29.620 GMT-8') for the Pacific timezone.
> 
> What controls the default timezone behavior of DateTime on Windows?  How
> can I get this working correctly?
> 
> Thanks,
> Mark
-- 
Mark Gibson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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