+-------[ Kristian Thy ]----------------------
| On Sat, Jul 14, Giampiero Benvenuti wrote:
| > I have a python script in my zope instance:
| > 
| > dt=DateTime(2012,1)
| > print dt
| > print dt.strftime('%Y')
| > print dt.year()
| > 
| > return printed
| > 2012/01/01 00:00:00 GMT+2
| > 2011
| > 2012
| > 
| > Why do I get two different values for the year (2011, 2012)?
| 
| It would seem strftime defaults to a timezone "to the left" of GMT+2.

strftime converts to UTC

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Andrew Milton
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