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Subject: Don't change timezone for all-day events
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When creating an all-day event with DateTime objects that belong in different day from the same UTC time (such as '2011-06-23 23:30:00' in LA which is '2011-06-24 06:30:00' UTC) the set_time_zone('UTC') calls in the when() method of Net::Google::Calendar::Entry cause problems. If the DateTime objects start off in the floating time zone, or the timeshift doesn't change the date, the problem doesn't arise, so it's not a critical problem. The timezone change for non all- day events is reasonable, but I can't see the use of the change for all-day ones.


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