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-02 abbreviation for 'Atlantic/South_Georgia' #82
I think this may be a configuration issue between our development and our production environments, but I'm not able to track it down.
We have a user who selected the 'Atlantic/South_Georgia' timezone. When the time zone is displayed, it is showing -02 for the abbreviation instead of GST which is what I'm getting in my development environment.
Here is the output from both environments showing the difference.
Any pointers on where I can look next?
@curtp I'm facing a similar issue, where the abbreviation for the timezone is returned as integer instead of a string with the correct abbreviation (in my case, I want to see
How you forced to use TZInfo::Data? Just including
@curtp While searching for similar issues in the past, I just found an explanation on #68: a lot of timezones in the Timezone Database were moved to use numeric representations instead of "invented" abbreviation according them.
While they mentioned South American changes, we can see other timezones in the related commit (including Georgia): eggert/tz@c9e6ef0