>> so all of china uses CST, which is *NOT* CST as we know it here in North
>> America ;-/
> Yeah, it's going to be difficult to do much about this stuff with the
> current approach of a hardwired table of zone names. There are other
> unresolved conflicts (IST is one I think).
Yeah, its a maze of twisty little passages.
I just fired off a suggestion to the DBAs and SQL developers on my team that
everything should use RFC822 style time,
$ date -R
Wed, 25 Aug 2004 19:43:22 -0700
and be done with it. I haven't had a chance to look at the Java/JDBC code
which triggered the SGT bug in Singapore yet.
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