After a few months of inactivity I give you the latest update to TZDB featuring the last published TZ database. This realease also fixes a bug in the importer that could not properly read only hour based offsets which resulted in wrong calculations for some timezones.
For people trying to user Etc\xxxxx time zones. Those time zones have their sign inverted as specified by POSIX. This means that Etc\GMT+2 is actually GMT-2. This is not a bug in TZDB, it’s just the way these pseudo-timezones are defined.
For those unaware: TZDB is an open source project that provides Delphi (7+) and FreePascal (2.0+) users with a “built-in” timezone database. The same source of data is used in most Unixes, Java, MacOS and multiple other projects out there.
Grab the latest version here, and view the latest changes here.