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Respect the $TZ environment variable to show local times if requested #57
It would be nice for s3cmd to print timestamps in the local time zone. This pull request makes s3cmd honor the fairly-standard "TZ" environment variable and, if the pytz library is installed, display timestamps in the correct timezone.
pytz internally memoizes timezones, so this isn't quite as expensive as it looks at first blush.
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I was getting this error:
I ended up installing 2.6 with yum install python26 and then running the install script again with that, and all was well. I would say leave the patch as is, but point folks to those directions.
Oh, it's actually the use of * to unpack an array and kwargs on the same
I will see if I can figure out how to fix it.
On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 1:14 PM, Jeremy Rosengren