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Module std.datetime.timezone

Functions

Name Description
clearTZEnvVar This function is Posix-Only.
parseTZConversions Provides the conversions between the IANA time zone database time zone names (which POSIX systems use) and the time zone names that Windows uses.
setTZEnvVar This function is Posix-Only.

Classes

Name Description
LocalTime A TimeZone which represents the current local time zone on the system running your program.
PosixTimeZone Represents a time zone from a TZ Database time zone file. Files from the TZ Database are how Posix systems hold their time zone information. Unfortunately, Windows does not use the TZ Database. To use the TZ Database, use PosixTimeZone (which reads its information from the TZ Database files on disk) on Windows by providing the TZ Database files and telling PosixTimeZone.getTimeZone where the directory holding them is.
SimpleTimeZone Represents a time zone with an offset (in minutes, west is negative) from UTC but no DST.
TimeZone Represents a time zone. It is used with std.datetime.systime.SysTime to indicate the time zone of a std.datetime.systime.SysTime.
UTC A TimeZone which represents UTC.
WindowsTimeZone This class is Windows-Only.

Structs

Name Description
TZConversions Provides the conversions between the IANA time zone database time zone names (which POSIX systems use) and the time zone names that Windows uses.

Authors

Jonathan M Davis

License

Boost License 1.0.

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