alexander.belopolsky at gmail.com
Thu Aug 27 17:00:12 CEST 2015
On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 10:38 AM, Akira Li <4kir4.1i at gmail.com> wrote:
> An *observation*: the local timezone -- the only timezone with a variable
> utc offset in _stdlib -- behaves like pytz_:
> # start with the same utc time
> utc_time = datetime(2015, 10, 25, 1, tzinfo=timezone.utc)
> stdlib_time = utc_time.astimezone() # stdlib local time
> pytz_time = utc_time.astimezone(tzlocal.get_localzone())
I have no idea where you get tzlocal from, but I can assure you that there
is no such thing in the standard library.
What we do have is an option to call .astimezone() without a tzinfo
argument and get an aware datetime instance with tzinfo set to a fixed
offset timezone. In this respect, .astimezone() is indeed similar to
pytz's localize()/normalize(), but it is much simpler.
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