dump of compiled timezone files

Schwillinsky, Reinhard Reinhard.Schwillinsky at fluke.com
Mon Apr 6 22:27:32 UTC 2009


I want to compare an older version (debian sarge) of the compiled timezone database with a newer version (debian etch). So I'm looking for a utility that dumps the contents of a compiled timezone file in human readable format the can be compared by utilities like diff or tkdiff afterwards. Can I use a timezone db compiled for etch on a sarge machine?


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