Would you know where I find TZ for whatsoever place/state I need? For
instance, instead of Berlin, let's say I need a sitewide default timezone TZ
for California/USA, or São Paulo/BR.
I don't think I could go ahead and make up some thing like:
putenv("TZ=USA/California"); Or putenv("TZ=Brazil/São Paulo").
Thanks a lot, mauro.
[mailto:mediawiki-l-bounces@Wikimedia.org] On Behalf Of Brion Vibber
Sent: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 3:28 PM
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Subject: Re: [Mediawiki-l] time zone for ~~~~
Mauro do Carmo wrote:
I have set up $wgLocaltimezone and I get it right;
when I save a page, it
takes the time I've set up in $wgLocaltimezone.
However, when I assign a page with ~~~~, my signature always takes the CST
(Central Standard Time); and unfortunately that doesn't work for me.
Does someone know where should I set up, in order to get the local PC time
into my signatures?
Signatures use the system's configured timezone. On Unix/Linux you can
set this by changing the TZ environment variable in LocalSettings.php, for
A sitewide default timezone is used here rather than the individual user's
preference or local version to keep things consistent. If you have a page
of signatures, and they're all in different timezones, it's pretty hard to
mentally keep track of what was before what.
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