Re: ParseDate.parsedate() and Time.now()

=> “Fri Aug 11 11:03:36 Central Daylight Time 2006”
because “Central Daylight Time” should actually be replaced
with the abbreviation “CDT”.

Should? No. It’s up to your OS (and how it was configured when it was
installed). I think we can fix this in Ruby itself ultimately.

Regards,

Dan

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