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pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Timezone.pmod:52:   //! to find out what current offset and timezone string to use.   //!   //! <ref>locale</ref> uses this if there is no other   //! way of finding a better timezone to use.   //!   //! This timezone is limited by <ref>localtime</ref> and   //! libc to the range of <tt>time_t</tt>,   //! which is a MAXINT on most systems - 13 Dec 1901 20:45:52   //! to 19 Jan 2038 3:14:07, UTC.    - //! module Calendar - //! submodule TZnames - //! This module is a mapping of the names of - //! all the geographical (political) - //! based timezones. It looks mainly like - //! <pre> - //! (["Europe":({"Stockholm","Paris",...}), - //! "America":({"Chicago","Panama",...}), - //! ... - //! ]) - //! </pre> - //! - //! It is mainly there for easy and reliable ways - //! of making user interfaces to select timezone. - //! - //! The Posix and standard timezones (like CET, PST8PDT, etc) - //! are not listed. + // module Calendar + // submodule TZnames + // This module is a mapping of the names of + // all the geographical (political) + // based timezones. It looks mainly like + // <pre> + // (["Europe":({"Stockholm","Paris",...}), + // "America":({"Chicago","Panama",...}), + // ... + // ]) + // </pre> + // + // It is mainly there for easy and reliable ways + // of making user interfaces to select timezone. + // + // The Posix and standard timezones (like CET, PST8PDT, etc) + // are not listed.         #pike __REAL_VERSION__      import ".";      // ----------------------------------------------------------------   // static      Ruleset.Timezone UTC=Ruleset.Timezone(0,"UTC");