[issue5094] datetime lacks concrete tzinfo impl. for UTC
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Thu Jan 29 01:52:43 CET 2009
New submission from Brett Cannon <brett at python.org>:
When you call datetime.datetime.utcnow() you get back a naive datetime
object. But why? You asked for UTC as the timezone based on what method
call you made. And UTC is a very concrete timezone that never changes.
It would be nice to have a concrete UTC tzinfo class that utcnow() uses
so that at least those datetime instances are non-naive.
If people have no issues with making this happen I will write the code
for the concrete UTC tzinfo instance and make the appropriate changes to
components: Extension Modules
title: datetime lacks concrete tzinfo impl. for UTC
versions: Python 2.7, Python 3.1
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