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[Bug 13152] How can DST be derived from time zone offset -04:00?

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Alexander Veit <lbloom@gmx.net> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Alexander Veit <lbloom@gmx.net> 2011-07-06 20:14:01 UTC ---
To cite the current spec:

"1979-10-14T12:00:00.001-04:00
One millisecond after noon on October 14th 1979, in the time zone in use on the
east coast of the USA during daylight saving time."

This is confusing, since the time zone cannot be derived from the offset.
Offset to time zone is a 1:n correspondence.

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