Alex Merry huntedhacker at tiscali.co.uk
Mon Dec 17 11:32:08 GMT 2007

On Monday 17 Dec 2007, David Jarvie wrote:
> If you look at checkTZ() you will see if it only returns true if
> mLocalZone has been assigned to. So outputting mLocalZone makes
> sense. Outputting mSavedTZ doesn't definitively show which zone has
> been set as the local zone, since the TZ environment variable can
> contain a relative path. Outputting mLocalZone shows the exact zone
> which is being used. So the commit should be reverted.

Oops.  Reverted.

I never did figure out why ktimezoned retured /etc/localtime as one 
user's timezone (BUG 154102).


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