Class: TZInfo::DataTimezoneInfo

Inherits:
TimezoneInfo show all
Defined in:
lib/active_support/vendor/tzinfo-0.3.12/tzinfo/data_timezone_info.rb

Overview

Represents a (non-linked) timezone defined in a data module.

Instance Attribute Summary

Attributes inherited from TimezoneInfo

#identifier

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from TimezoneInfo

#inspect

Constructor Details

#initialize(identifier) ⇒ DataTimezoneInfo

Constructs a new TimezoneInfo with its identifier.


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# File 'lib/active_support/vendor/tzinfo-0.3.12/tzinfo/data_timezone_info.rb', line 39

def initialize(identifier)   
  super(identifier)
  @offsets = {}
  @transitions = []
  @previous_offset = nil
  @transitions_index = nil
end

Instance Method Details

#offset(id, utc_offset, std_offset, abbreviation) ⇒ Object

Defines a offset. The id uniquely identifies this offset within the timezone. utc_offset and std_offset define the offset in seconds of standard time from UTC and daylight savings from standard time respectively. abbreviation describes the timezone offset (e.g. GMT, BST, EST or EDT).

The first offset to be defined is treated as the offset that applies until the first transition. This will usually be in Local Mean Time (LMT).

ArgumentError will be raised if the id is already defined.

Raises:

  • (ArgumentError)

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# File 'lib/active_support/vendor/tzinfo-0.3.12/tzinfo/data_timezone_info.rb', line 57

def offset(id, utc_offset, std_offset, abbreviation)
  raise ArgumentError, 'Offset already defined' if @offsets.has_key?(id)
  
  offset = TimezoneOffsetInfo.new(utc_offset, std_offset, abbreviation)
  @offsets[id] = offset
  @previous_offset = offset unless @previous_offset
end

#period_for_utc(utc) ⇒ Object

Returns the TimezonePeriod for the given UTC time. Raises NoOffsetsDefined if no offsets have been defined.


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# File 'lib/active_support/vendor/tzinfo-0.3.12/tzinfo/data_timezone_info.rb', line 104

def period_for_utc(utc)
  unless @transitions.empty?
    utc = TimeOrDateTime.wrap(utc)               
    index = transition_index(utc.year, utc.mon)
    
    start_transition = nil
    start = transition_before_end(index)
    if start
      start.downto(0) do |i|
        if @transitions[i].at <= utc
          start_transition = @transitions[i]
          break
        end
      end
    end
    
    end_transition = nil
    start = transition_after_start(index)      
    if start
      start.upto(@transitions.length - 1) do |i|
        if @transitions[i].at > utc
          end_transition = @transitions[i]
          break
        end
      end
    end
           
    if start_transition || end_transition
      TimezonePeriod.new(start_transition, end_transition)
    else
      # Won't happen since there are transitions. Must always find one
      # transition that is either >= or < the specified time.
      raise 'No transitions found in search'
    end        
  else
    raise NoOffsetsDefined, 'No offsets have been defined' unless @previous_offset        
    TimezonePeriod.new(nil, nil, @previous_offset)
  end
end

#periods_for_local(local) ⇒ Object

Returns the set of TimezonePeriods for the given local time as an array.

Results returned are ordered by increasing UTC start date. Returns an empty array if no periods are found for the given time. Raises NoOffsetsDefined if no offsets have been defined.


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# File 'lib/active_support/vendor/tzinfo-0.3.12/tzinfo/data_timezone_info.rb', line 148

def periods_for_local(local)
  unless @transitions.empty?
    local = TimeOrDateTime.wrap(local)
    index = transition_index(local.year, local.mon)
    
    result = []
   
    start_index = transition_after_start(index - 1)       
    if start_index && @transitions[start_index].local_end > local           
      if start_index > 0
        if @transitions[start_index - 1].local_start <= local 
          result << TimezonePeriod.new(@transitions[start_index - 1], @transitions[start_index])
        end
      else
        result << TimezonePeriod.new(nil, @transitions[start_index])
      end
    end
    
    end_index = transition_before_end(index + 1)
    
    if end_index        
      start_index = end_index unless start_index
      
      start_index.upto(transition_before_end(index + 1)) do |i|
        if @transitions[i].local_start <= local
          if i + 1 < @transitions.length
            if @transitions[i + 1].local_end > local
              result << TimezonePeriod.new(@transitions[i], @transitions[i + 1])
            end
          else
            result << TimezonePeriod.new(@transitions[i], nil)
          end
        end
      end
    end
    
    result
  else
    raise NoOffsetsDefined, 'No offsets have been defined' unless @previous_offset
    [TimezonePeriod.new(nil, nil, @previous_offset)]
  end
end

#transition(year, month, offset_id, numerator_or_time, denominator = nil) ⇒ Object

Defines a transition. Transitions must be defined in chronological order. ArgumentError will be raised if a transition is added out of order. offset_id refers to an id defined with offset. ArgumentError will be raised if the offset_id cannot be found. numerator_or_time and denomiator specify the time the transition occurs as. See TimezoneTransitionInfo for more detail about specifying times.

Raises:

  • (ArgumentError)

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# File 'lib/active_support/vendor/tzinfo-0.3.12/tzinfo/data_timezone_info.rb', line 71

def transition(year, month, offset_id, numerator_or_time, denominator = nil)
  offset = @offsets[offset_id]      
  raise ArgumentError, 'Offset not found' unless offset
        
  if @transitions_index
    if year < @last_year || (year == @last_year && month < @last_month)
      raise ArgumentError, 'Transitions must be increasing date order'
    end
    
    # Record the position of the first transition with this index.
    index = transition_index(year, month)
    @transitions_index[index] ||= @transitions.length
            
    # Fill in any gaps       
    (index - 1).downto(0) do |i|
      break if @transitions_index[i]
      @transitions_index[i] = @transitions.length
    end
  else
    @transitions_index = [@transitions.length]
    @start_year = year
    @start_month = month        
  end
  
  @transitions << TimezoneTransitionInfo.new(offset, @previous_offset, 
    numerator_or_time, denominator)
  @last_year = year
  @last_month = month             
  @previous_offset = offset
end