[tz] wrong Europe/Dublin dst offset rule
vaibhav.sh17 at gmail.com
Wed May 30 11:46:46 UTC 2018
In current version also dst is -ve for europe/dublin
how the dst be negative.. it is always 0 or +1. we are facing issues
because on this..
please correct the dst for europe/dublin.
On Sat, 20 Jan 2018, 03:08 Paul Eggert, <eggert at cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
> On 01/19/2018 12:53 AM, Vicky wrote:
> > while parsing the data i found the issue in rule Europe/Dublin
> > Negative DST.. Previous version or not in any other file there is no
> > negative dst.
> Yes, although negative DST support is required by POSIX and has been in
> tzcode for quite some time, that was the first use of it in tzdata. That
> change was intended to support Irish Standard Time, which is an hour
> ahead of GMT (which Ireland uses in winter). We're planning to back that
> change out temporarily, since we found some issues with it with ICU and
> with OpenJDK.
> What software are you using to parse the data files? Has the problem
> been reported to the maintainers of that software?
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