<i18n dev> Incorrect TimeZone display name when DST not applicable / disabled
youdwei at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Wed May 16 20:04:24 PDT 2012
I think the workaround is good, but many customers may not know this
fact and when they need change the timezone, they just select another
time zone which does not support DST and ignore that the auto-adjust
option should be checked first.
To Yoshito, thanks for your information!
On 05/17/2012 12:18 AM, Yoshito Umaoka wrote:
>> I thought Windows XP might (internally) use the Dynamic DST data in
>> the Time Zones registry for supporting any DST rule changes, because
>> Dynamic DST was introduced for the US DST rule change IIRC. But as
>> far as I tested, XP seems to ignore Dynamic DST data. If that's the
>> case, your proposed fix should be good.
> As far as I know, the dynamic DST data is used by Windows Vista/2003
> server or later Windows versions.
> The registry data for dynamic DST is included in Windows XP time zone
> updates, but not used by Windows XP.
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