[Development] QTimeScheme for Qt - 5.0 or 5.1?

Stephen Kelly stephen.kelly at kdab.com
Wed Feb 1 01:59:49 CET 2012

On Tuesday, January 31, 2012 22:50:51 you wrote:
> Few comments from my side:
> * Agree with Thiago, that the class should be value based and called
> QTimeZone
> * I think such a class would be good to have in QtCore, but
> * I'd prefer if we don't have to ship the database. As noted it can change
> easily
> and a compiled in database would get out of sync.
> * ICU has timezone support as well. Something that could simplify our life?

Wouldn't that be out of sync too? What is the ICU timezone support?

> * Do we need to support both the Windows and Unix format, or could we get
> away with Unix only in a first version (if e.g. ICU provides the data)?

I think this is 5.x material anyway. I think it would need somewhat more 
involved discussion.

I've removed the bug from the 5.0 blockers list.


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