wwvbgen updates

I occasionally maintain a Python module called wwvbpy, which can generate WWVB timecodes for any desired time.

The change to winter (standard) time in the US is the perfect moment to review what's up with wwvpy and correct any discovered problems. (in fact, I was prompted by Chris's remark that his WWVB receiver had too eagerly applied the end of DST—as soon as GMT midnight rolled around, I think. Oops!)

This time around, here are the minor tweaks I made:

WWVB timecode: year=20 days=306 hour=06 min=50 dst=1 ut1=-200 ly=1 ls=0 --style=duration
'20+306 06:50  852522222822222255282255222228255222252822522225282222252258

Entry first conceived on 1 November 2020, 16:18 UTC, last modified on 1 November 2020, 17:54 UTC
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