> Ok, sorry, I didn't find that in my search.
> I found what MSYS expects is TZ=BRT3BRST; what does this do for your
> Windows programs?

It's better explained in the Stack Overflow post, but in short, my config is TZ="BRT+3BRST,M10.3.0/0,M2.3.0/0", according to glibc docs. MSVCRT, however, parses it differently so that the simple presence of "BRST" tells it to apply the US rules in my country. Your suggestion, therefore, doesn't work either, besides it tells glibc there's no summer time at all.

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