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pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:43:   # 5:30 IST India   # 7:00 WIB west Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Barat)   # 8:00 WITA central Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Tengah)   # 8:00 CST China   # 8:30 KST KDT Korea when at +0830   # 9:00 WIT east Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Timur)   # 9:00 JST JDT Japan   # 9:00 KST KDT Korea when at +09   # 9:30 ACST Australian Central Standard Time   # Otherwise, these tables typically use numeric abbreviations like +03 - # and +0330 for integer hour and minute UTC offsets. Although earlier + # and +0330 for integer hour and minute UT offsets. Although earlier   # editions invented alphabetic time zone abbreviations for every   # offset, this did not reflect common practice.   #   # See the 'europe' file for Russia and Turkey in Asia.      # From Guy Harris:   # Incorporates data for Singapore from Robert Elz' asia 1.1, as well as   # additional information from Tom Yap, Sun Microsystems Intercontinental   # Technical Support (including a page from the Official Airline Guide -   # Worldwide Edition).
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:640:   # ... This could be the first adoption of time zone in Taiwan, because   # during the Qing Dynasty, it seems that there was no time zone   # declared officially.   #   # Later, in the beginning of World War II, on Sep 25, 1937, the Showa   # Emperor announced Ordinance No. 529 of Showa Year 12 "The clause of   # revision in the ordinance No. 167 of Meiji year 28 about standard   # time", in which abolished the adoption of Western Standard Time in   # western islands (listed above), which means the whole Japan   # territory, including later occupations, adopt Japan Central Time - # (UTC+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937. The original text can + # (UT+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937. The original text can   # be found on Wikisource:   # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/明治二十八年勅令第百六十七號標準時ニ關スル件中改正ノ件   # - # That is, the time zone of Taipei switched to UTC+9 on Oct 1, 1937. + # That is, the time zone of Taipei switched to UT+9 on Oct 1, 1937.      # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2014-07-02): - # I've found more evidence about when the time zone was switched from UTC+9 - # back to UTC+8 after WW2. I believe it was on Sep 21, 1945. In a document + # I've found more evidence about when the time zone was switched from UT+9 + # back to UT+8 after WW2. I believe it was on Sep 21, 1945. In a document   # during Japanese era [1] in which the officer told the staff to change time - # zone back to Western Standard Time (UTC+8) on Sep 21. And in another + # zone back to Western Standard Time (UT+8) on Sep 21. And in another   # history page of National Cheng Kung University [2], on Sep 21 there is a   # note "from today, switch back to Western Standard Time". From these two   # materials, I believe that the time zone change happened on Sep 21. And   # today I have found another monthly journal called "The Astronomical Herald"   # from The Astronomical Society of Japan [3] in which it mentioned the fact   # that:   #   # 1. Standard Time of the Country (Japan) was adopted on Jan 1, 1888, using   # the time at 135E (GMT+9)   #
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:1457:   # http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?nn20050810f2.htm   # Occupation authorities imposed daylight-saving time on Japan on   # [1948-05-01].... But lack of prior debate and the execution of   # daylight-saving time just three days after the bill was passed generated   # deep hatred of the concept.... The Diet unceremoniously passed a bill to   # dump the unpopular system in October 1951, less than a month after the San   # Francisco Peace Treaty was signed. (A government poll in 1951 showed 53%   # of the Japanese wanted to scrap daylight-saving time, as opposed to 30% who   # wanted to keep it.)    - # From Paul Eggert (2006-03-22): - # Shanks & Pottenger write that DST in Japan during those years was as follows: + # From Takayuki Nikai (2018-01-19): + # The source of information is Japanese law. + # http://www.shugiin.go.jp/internet/itdb_housei.nsf/html/houritsu/00219480428029.htm + # http://www.shugiin.go.jp/internet/itdb_housei.nsf/html/houritsu/00719500331039.htm + # ... In summary, it is written as follows. From 24:00 on the first Saturday + # in May, until 0:00 on the day after the second Saturday in September.   # Rule NAME FROM TO TYPE IN ON AT SAVE LETTER/S - Rule Japan 1948 only - May Sun>=1 2:00 1:00 D - Rule Japan 1948 1951 - Sep Sat>=8 2:00 0 S - Rule Japan 1949 only - Apr Sun>=1 2:00 1:00 D - Rule Japan 1950 1951 - May Sun>=1 2:00 1:00 D - # but the only locations using it (for birth certificates, presumably, since - # their audience is astrologers) were US military bases. For now, assume - # that for most purposes daylight-saving time was observed; otherwise, what - # would have been the point of the 1951 poll? + Rule Japan 1948 only - May Sat>=1 24:00 1:00 D + Rule Japan 1948 1951 - Sep Sun>=9 0:00 0 S + Rule Japan 1949 only - Apr Sat>=1 24:00 1:00 D + Rule Japan 1950 1951 - May Sat>=1 24:00 1:00 D      # From Hideyuki Suzuki (1998-11-09):   # 'Tokyo' usually stands for the former location of Tokyo Astronomical   # Observatory: 139 degrees 44' 40.90" E (9h 18m 58.727s),   # 35 degrees 39' 16.0" N.   # This data is from 'Rika Nenpyou (Chronological Scientific Tables) 1996'   # edited by National Astronomical Observatory of Japan....   # JST (Japan Standard Time) has been used since 1888-01-01 00:00 (JST).   # The law is enacted on 1886-07-07.   
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:1498:   # I wrote "ordinance" above, but I don't know how to translate.   # In Japanese it's "chokurei", which means ordinance from emperor.      # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2013-07-12):   # ...the Meiji Emperor announced Ordinance No. 167 of Meiji Year 28 "The clause   # about standard time" ... The adoption began from Jan 1, 1896.   # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/標準時ニ關スル件_(公布時)   #   # ...the Showa Emperor announced Ordinance No. 529 of Showa Year 12 ... which   # means the whole Japan territory, including later occupations, adopt Japan - # Central Time (UTC+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937. + # Central Time (UT+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937.   # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/明治二十八年勅令第百六十七號標準時ニ關スル件中改正ノ件      # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL]   Zone Asia/Tokyo 9:18:59 - LMT 1887 Dec 31 15:00u    9:00 Japan J%sT   # Since 1938, all Japanese possessions have been like Asia/Tokyo.      # Jordan   #   # From <http://star.arabia.com/990701/JO9.html>
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:2059:   # and 1982 transition dates are from Mok Ly Yng.   # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL]   Zone Asia/Kuching 7:21:20 - LMT 1926 Mar    7:30 - +0730 1933    8:00 NBorneo +08/+0820 1942 Feb 16    9:00 - +09 1945 Sep 12    8:00 - +08      # Maldives   # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL] - Zone Indian/Maldives 4:54:00 - LMT 1880 # Male -  4:54:00 - MMT 1960 # Male Mean Time + Zone Indian/Maldives 4:54:00 - LMT 1880 # Malé +  4:54:00 - MMT 1960 # Malé Mean Time    5:00 - +05      # Mongolia      # Shanks & Pottenger say that Mongolia has three time zones, but   # The USNO (1995-12-21) and the CIA map Standard Time Zones of the World   # (2005-03) both say that it has just one.      # From Oscar van Vlijmen (1999-12-11):   # General Information Mongolia