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    Sergey Kucheyko
    @drgrey87
    ok, thanks for the info @mj1856
    Tony Xavier
    @vinzandtonz
    How can i import moment and moment-timezone in typescript (Angular 2) ?
    Sergey Kucheyko
    @drgrey87
    hi guys, how can i get list of zones that locate in 180 time zone ?
    Matt Johnson-Pint
    @mattjohnsonpint
    @drgrey87 - what are you asking about? I'm not sure what you mean.
    Sergey Kucheyko
    @drgrey87
    @mj1856 i mean, can i get list of zones that locate in +3:00 UTC for example, or get list of zones with extra data (UTC f.e.) by request moment.tz.names()? Or may be it will realise in the future.
    Sergey Kucheyko
    @drgrey87
    i use moment-timezone on server side so i have limited guessing functional on client side (via Intl object).
    Sergey Kucheyko
    @drgrey87
    It would be good for me if i could make request with data moment().utcOffset() to server and get some zone that locates in this UTC
    Matt Johnson-Pint
    @mattjohnsonpint
    @drgrey87 - Time zones aren't fixed to single offsets. Many have changed their standard offsets over time, and many change regularly for daylight saving time. It's not possible to directly correlate a single offset to a specific time zone without having additional information available.
    Andrea Falzetti
    @rexromae_twitter
    Has anyone experienced any issue with DST and timezone conversion 2 days ago?
    Matt Johnson-Pint
    @mattjohnsonpint
    @rexromae_twitter - you'll have to be more specific.
    Andrea Falzetti
    @rexromae_twitter
    I ran some tests with the latest version and it seems fixed. I had a node application running that was almost a year ago and on the 1st of november the conversion of time using moment-timezone was wrong by 1 hour. On the 2nd of noveber anyway, was correct. I tested using the latest version and it works fine. Thanks!
    Jordan Brant Baker
    @hexsprite
    Hi! Something seems off with Asia/Istanbul and Europe/Istanbul timezones. When I try to get the current time it's showing 1:22AM Instanbul timezone (I am in Pacific timezone currently 3:22 PM). If I go on the web all of the sites I see say it should be 2:22AM Istanbul local time
    OK nevermind, seems to be fixed in a newer version ;)
    Douglas Haubert
    @dhaubert
    I started a project using moment timezone, and I couldn't be here without congrats moment and moment tz team. Congratulations guys, you are doing a great job.
    Eric Stearns
    @estearns
    Hello! I'm trying to include moment-timezone into a project I'm working which uses gulp/react, and it's failing to parse latest.json. I'm not familiar with how to give it access to something like json-loader with gulp.
    Matt Johnson-Pint
    @mattjohnsonpint
    @estearns - really the easiest way is to use the pre-built "with data" files. Then you don't have to touch latest.json or .add or anything.
    Eric Stearns
    @estearns
    I will look into that - thanks Matt
    sgfgdf
    @sgfgdf_twitter
    Hello, guys! I'm using require.js as a module loader and grunt for a task runner. I want t o load moment and moment-timezone. What is the right way to do it?
    Francisco Caballero
    @fjcero
    Hello guys
    I have a problem with moment.tz.guess(), perhaps not a problem, but a concern
    Given a scenario that Locale TZ is undefined, moment gets a default timezone
    there is a way to specify a fallback TZ to avoid guessing?
    Francisco Caballero
    @fjcero
    the major issue right now I think is if local timezone is not defined guess() is getting another value for zoneScores instead of returning something like 'UTC' like http://pellepim.bitbucket.org/jstz/ does
    Jason Morawski
    @rpgdude
    hey guys I am having an issue running my karma unit tests, moment.tz is undefined?
    Jason Morawski
    @rpgdude
    figured it out, was a bug external to moment-timezone
    Jennoxxx
    @Jennoxxx
    Hi, for my tests I send a date with a bad format in a moment function so I get this warning "Deprecation warning: value provided is not in a recognized ISO format. moment construction falls back to js Date()...". Is it possible to silence a warning?
    Jennoxxx
    @Jennoxxx
    I stub the console.warn and now it's silent :)
    Matt Johnson-Pint
    @mattjohnsonpint
    @Jennoxxx - the easiest way is to provide a format as the second parameter during parsing. Even if you are intentionally passing a bad format for test - include the format that it normally would have used.
    anilenbake
    @anilenbake
    Hi ,
    I have a major issue with the timezone time :
    I want to convert this date/time string "2017-01-12 02:00:00 UTC" into browser local time zone .
    It is not working in Firefox for the chrome it is working fine
    Showing Invalid date any help?
    Jesse Atkinson
    @jsatk
    Browser specific bug. Hmm… I assume you’re on the latest of stable firefox and all that?
    Malik Harrison
    @Harrmalik
    i would use the moment javascript library
    Makes it easy to work with dates and timezones
    Robert Mennell
    @skatcat31
    If I use moment-timezone, do I also need to include moment or is timezone pulling that in?
    Malik Harrison
    @Harrmalik
    Or you can send me your code and I can see if theres a simpler fix
    Yes!
    Robert Mennell
    @skatcat31
    ... yes?
    oh wait nevermind, misread the package.json. Thanks!
    Malik Harrison
    @Harrmalik
    You need to include both libraries
    Robert Mennell
    @skatcat31
    I do? When I checked hte package.json for node.js it says it includes moment in itself, so you're sayign I ahve to include both and do a require for both??
    Malik Harrison
    @Harrmalik
    The package.json for node.js?
    When i used moment timezone, i always included moment as well
    Malik Harrison
    @Harrmalik
    Got it! Okay your right
    I Always use moment and only sometimes use moment timezone, guess it was typical i had moment already included
    Matt Johnson-Pint
    @mattjohnsonpint
    @anilenbake - you don't need moment-timezone for that. Just do something like:
    moment.utc("2017-01-12 02:00:00 UTC", "YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss [UTC]", true).format()  // "2017-01-12T02:00:00Z"
    EyePulp
    @EyePulp
    Howdy - any way to parse Sun, 05 Feb 2017 11:38:14 PST and Sun, 05 Feb 2017 19:39:49 EST ? The US timezones seem to be problematic.
    Matt Johnson-Pint
    @mattjohnsonpint
    @EyePulp time zone abbreviations are generally unparsable. You might think you know what they mean, but that's entirely subjective. Consider CST could be Central Standard Time (UTC-6), Cuba Standard Time (UTC-5) or China Standard Time (UTC+8).
    Probably, you should go back to where those are generated and make sure they include a numeric offset from UTC in them. If that's not possible, then you have some string replacement to do - but you will indeed be limited and imposing your own assumptions.