utc method changes original time object
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The utc method changes the original time object when called.
For example when on a system with a CET timezone.
t = Time.new(2013)
t.zone # CET
t.zone # UTC
#3 Updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto 10 months ago
I admit this is a bad design, but changing it introduces incompatibility.
We don't consider it as a bug (thus we rejected).
Submit feature request instead, if you really want to change.
Maybe fixed in the future, if we can provide proper migration path.