Time zone offsets for any time zone, possible change to Date functionality (i18n)
cira at google.com
Tue Apr 9 12:52:26 PDT 2013
Sounds about right. We just need to agree it's worth doing it, and in which
version of ES and i18n we wanna do it. If we keep tz parameter optional, we
would avoid additional data burden on lite JS implementations.
2013/4/9 Domenic Denicola <domenic at domenicdenicola.com>
> From: Nebojša Ćirić [cira at google.com]
> > That's correct. We may need reverse too - for given UTC epoch
> milliseconds (or minutes after UTC Date) tell me what the date components
> would be in a given timezone.
> Hmm, so:
> var date = new Date(utcMilliseconds);
> var monthInNewYork = date.getMonth("America/New_York");
> var monthInParis = date.getMonth("Europe/Paris");
> ? And I guess then `date.getUTCMonth()` is just an alias for
> `date.getMonth("Etc./UTC")`. Seems good!!
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