Tie::TZ makes a tied
$TZ variable in
Perl which ensures
is called when changing timezones. This is important if the C library doesn't
notice TZ changes itself before
localtime() etc or if you've got
libraries accessing the global variables like
tzname. See the
online man page (8k, html) for more.
local $TZ = 'Some/Where'; ...
Time::TZ object can represent a TZ setting, with methods to
make calculations in that zone. See the
online man page (9k, html)
my $zone = Time::TZ->new (tz => 'Some/Where')
free software (free
as in freedom), published under the terms of the
GNU General Public
License (v3 or higher).
Download version 9 here, the full source here or from CPAN, or a Debian package here or from my repo.
Tie-TZ-9.tar.gz(42k, and sig)
libtie-tz-perl_9-1_all.deb(18k, and sig)
The sig files are Gnu PG ascii armoured
signatures generated from my key. There's a
SIGNATURE file inside the
too. Older sources can be found
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