Add a method to clear the cached default timezone.

Adds clearCacheDefault() method that clears the cached timezone. This
method is hidden from the public API and will only be used by
java.util.TimeZone to ensure that ICU has the same view of what the
default timezone is as java.util.TimeZone.

This (together with the corresponding change in libcore) means that the
calling with a value foo does not
guarantee that the ICU default timezone after the call is equal to foo
since the value will be conferted to a JDK-equivalent in ICU
TimeZone.setDefault() and back to a ICU equivalent in ICU
TimeZone.getDefault(). Both of these processes are potentially lossy.


When java.util.TimeZone.setDefault() is called (either by client code or
from ActivityThread.updateTimeZone due to ACTION_TIMEZONE_CHANGED) we
need to notify of this change, as it keeps a
cached object to represent that default value. would be the obvious candidate
here. Unfortunately that method was hidden to have a single consistent
way to set the timezone and tries to do some extra work that is
undesireable on Android.

Bug: 28949992

(cherry picked from commit 79f03f9433865f1fc8fce926cbcfa3174f7b53b6)

Change-Id: I18dbddc3df5ebde5c9fc42cd0084c0312cf8c987
5 files changed