br at osafoundation.org
Wed Sep 26 20:58:12 UTC 2007
That's what I meant (I think) - I meant that the change in time
offset sticks, not that the change happens every year. Did I get that
On Sep 26, 2007, at 12:23 PM, Rodrigo Severo wrote:
> On 9/26/07, Bobby Rullo <br at osafoundation.org> wrote:
> That makes sense now, although I think it would be clearer to
> change the last Zone line to stop in 1989 and add one more Zone
> line like so:
> # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL]
> -6:00 Salv C%sT 1989
> -6:00 - CST
> The conceptual block that I had to overcome was that I thought of
> Rules as things that happen every year, and if there's not a rule
> for that year, it doesn't apply. In other words I didn't grok that
> "the last rule sticks"
> I think I haven't made myself clear. It isn't a question of "the
> last rule sticking". Rules defines changes in presented time. The
> time defined by the last rule, i.e., the last change in time,
> sticks, not the last rule. See the diference?
> Rodrigo Severo
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