datetime module and timezone

John Gordon gordon at panix.com
Fri Feb 10 22:30:07 CET 2012


In <20120210222545.4cbe6924 at bigfoot.com> Olive <diolu at bigfoot.com> writes:

> In the datetime module, it has support for a notion of timezone but is
> it possible to use one of the available timezone (I am on Linux). Linux
> has a notion of timezone (in my distribution, they are stored
> in /usr/share/zoneinfo). I would like to be able 1) to know the current
> timezone and 2) to be able to use the timezone available on the system.
> How can I do that?

I believe the current user's timezone is stored in the TZ environment
variable.

I don't understand your second question.  Are you asking for a list of
of all the possible timezone choices?

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