Printing RFC3339 timezone?

How can I print a valid RFC3339 time zone (used by Atom)? Presumably
using strftime; which outputs -HHMM for “%z” (which isn’t documented),
but RFC3339 requires -HH:MM (I know RFC3339 allows ‘Z’, but I’d like the
actual time zone).

thanks
csn

csn wrote:

How can I print a valid RFC3339 time zone (used by Atom)? Presumably
using strftime; which outputs -HHMM for “%z” (which isn’t documented),
but RFC3339 requires -HH:MM (I know RFC3339 allows ‘Z’, but I’d like the
actual time zone).

Take a look at:

http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib/libdoc/time/rdoc/classes/Time.html#M004641

On 24/01/06, csn [email protected] wrote:

How can I print a valid RFC3339 time zone (used by Atom)? Presumably
using strftime; which outputs -HHMM for “%z” (which isn’t documented),
but RFC3339 requires -HH:MM (I know RFC3339 allows ‘Z’, but I’d like the
actual time zone).

Try using Time#xmlschema.

-austin

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