[tz] zdump --version reports "unknown" on OpenSuse 15.1 [2020a]
philip at trouble.is
Mon May 25 09:31:27 UTC 2020
On 2020-05-25 17:22:05 (+0800), mcalabkova wrote:
> On 2020-05-24 19:19, Paul Eggert wrote:
>> On 5/24/20 4:38 AM, listclient at hayo.de wrote:
>>> sudo zdump --version
>>> zdump (tzcode) unknown
>>> Installed package:
>>> timezone - Time Zone Descriptions
>>> Is this a defect of the OpenSuse package or of the IANA code
>> If you aren't sure, then the answer is "OpenSuse". :-)
> indeed :) I found out we were re-making a 'version' file (because of
>> I suggest filing a bug report with the OpenSuse folks. For what it's
>> worth, on
>> Ubuntu 18.04.4 'zdump --version' outputs "zdump (Ubuntu GLIBC
>> 2.27" and on Fedora 31 it outputs "zdump (GNU libc) 2.30".
> after fixing the issue above on my computer I get:
> $ sudo zdump --version
> zdump (tzcode) 2020a
> This is different from other distros. Is there any other bug in
> openSUSE? It
> looks like the other distros take version info from the last used
> Is this correct?
On FreeBSD and macOS, `zdump --version` returns the version of the zdump
zdump: @(#)zdump.c 8.10 (FreeBSD)
zdump: @(#)zdump.c 7.31 (macOS)
Arguably, your update to OpenSUSE is more useful!
Senior Reality Engineer
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