[Zope] DateTime and daylight saving time (one more time).
Felipe Barousse Boue
fbarousse at piensa.com
Thu Oct 30 02:01:58 EST 2003
Last October 26th. here in Mexico we changed to the non daylight saving
time period of the year. Some Zope applications that rely on DateTime
started having trouble nevertheless they worked perfectly without a
glitch during the DST months.
The DTML methods use DateTime to build a date and later on, query a
PostgreSQL table. This query involves building the date as:
The above code worked fine when in DST, now (not in DST) it adds a
'2003/10/28 23:59:59 US/Central' which causes a bad date external
representation error coming from the DB.
Previously (while in DST) where was no time zone added in the function
call depicted above.
The actual trouble is with DateTime working in DST periods vs and
working in a non DST period. Can anyone be so kind to explain this
behavior and a hint on the fix.?
I have seen on the lists references to "bugs" on DateTime as old as year
2000 but no recent references to DateTime issues like thie one.
Per your info, CST and CDT (American Central Standard/Daylight Time)
both work ok for our purposes as we are in that same time zone here in
I am running Zope, binary release 2.6.1, upgraded to 2.6.2 on RedHat
Your help and comments are greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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