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"""This module provides ``pytz`` timezones.
You can use this strategy to make
:py:func:`hypothesis.strategies.times` produce timezone-aware values.
from __future__ import division, print_function, absolute_import
import datetime as dt
import hypothesis.strategies as st
__all__ = ['timezones']
"""Any timezone in the Olsen database, as a pytz tzinfo object.
This strategy minimises to UTC, or the smallest possible fixed
offset, and is designed for use with
all_timezones = [pytz.timezone(tz) for tz in pytz.all_timezones]
# Some timezones have always had a constant offset from UTC. This makes
# them simpler than timezones with daylight savings, and the smaller the
# absolute offset the simpler they are. Of course, UTC is even simpler!
static = [pytz.UTC] + sorted(
(t for t in all_timezones if isinstance(t, pytz.tzfile.StaticTzInfo)),
key=lambda tz: abs(tz.utcoffset(dt.datetime(2000, 1, 1)))
# Timezones which have changed UTC offset; best ordered by name.
dynamic = [tz for tz in all_timezones if tz not in static]
return st.sampled_from(static + dynamic)