I'm getting an error when I try to assign time zones with
lubridate::ymd(). The example uses "Australia/Adelaide" (and fails), I've also tried "America/New_York" from the
lubridate::force_tz() example, and my own time zone, "Australia/Brisbane"; they both also fail. However, using "UTC" is fine.
start_date = "2020-04-26" start_hour = 0 time_zone = "Australia/Adelaide" start_time = lubridate::ymd(start_date, tz = time_zone) + lubridate::dhours(start_hour) #> Error in C_force_tz(time, tz = tzone, roll): CCTZ: Unrecognized output timezone: "Australia/Adelaide"
Created on 2020-11-01 by the reprex package (v0.3.0)
sessioninfo::platform_info() setting value version R version 4.0.3 (2020-10-10) os macOS Catalina 10.15.7 system x86_64, darwin17.0 ui RStudio language (EN) collate en_AU.UTF-8 ctype en_AU.UTF-8 tz Australia/Brisbane date 2020-11-01
Any ideas what the issue is here? This was working until just Thursday or Friday this week.