Translate Windows timezone to TZID?
Masayoshi.Okutsu at Sun.COM
Sat Jun 18 14:51:31 UTC 2005
The keys used to be localized in Windows NT because the key names were
standard time names. Localized Windows NT needed to translate keys to
localize time zone names. Since Windows 2000, if I remember it
correctly, Std was added so that they no longer needed to translate the
keys. But the Std and Dlt values are translated in localized Windows.
Please note that multi-lingual Windows or adding locales to English
Windows doesn't have localized time zone names (or has English time zone
Kevin Kenny wrote:
>As I mentioned - but somehow my messages aren't making it through
>to the list - I use the Windows time zone information values, rather
>than the keys when I'm doing the translation for the Tcl 'clock'
>subsystem. The keys are indeed localized, which renders them
>73 de ke9tv/2, Kevin KENNY GE Corporate Research & Development
>kennykb at crd.ge.com P. O. Box 8, Bldg. K-1, Rm. 5B36A
> Schenectady, New York 12301-0008 USA
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