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Id: 52878
Status: new
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Requestors: volker.voit [...] googlemail.com
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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 1.20
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Subject: Date::Language does not translate time zones
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Hi, I really like the Date::Language-Module. But recently I discovered that time zones abbreviations (%Z) are not translated. use Date::Language 1.10; my $lang = Date::Language->new('German'); print $lang->time2str("%Z\n%z\n", time); __END__ CET +0100 This time zone here should be MEZ When I change my date so that I have daylight saving time the outout reads (for some randomly selected languages) MEST +0200 In English this should be "CEST" and in German "MESZ". Thanks and cheers, VoV


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