timerep: Parse and display time according to some RFCs (RFC3339, RFC2822, RFC822)

[ bsd3, library, parser, text, time, web ] [ Propose Tags ]

Parse and display time according to some RFC's.

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Special thanks to Koral for all the suggestions and help in solving some bugs.


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Change log CHANGES.md
Dependencies attoparsec, base (<5), monoid-subclasses (>=0.4.1), text, time (>=1.9) [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright (c) 2010-2015 Hugo Daniel Gomes
Author Hugo Daniel Gomes <mr.hugo.gomes@gmail.com>
Maintainer Hugo Daniel Gomes <mr.hugo.gomes@gmail.com>
Category Web, Time, Parser, Text
Home page https://github.com/HugoDaniel/timerep
Bug tracker https://github.com/HugoDaniel/timerep/issues
Source repo head: git clone git://github.com/HugoDaniel/timerep.git
Uploaded by koral at 2022-06-13T19:08:43Z
Distributions Fedora:2.0.1.0, LTSHaskell:2.1.0.0, NixOS:2.0.1.0, Stackage:2.1.0.0
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Readme for timerep-2.1.0.0

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timerep

This started out as a simple project to parse and display time according to RFC 3339, but with time gained ability to convert to and from other RFCs as well.

You will find a change log in CHANGES.md.

Todos

  • Get rid of the formatTime function, and use a more decent pretty printing lib.
  • Do some proper parsing (it parses nicely, but this was just a quick hack that my mind produced while being stressed to finish this).

License

This project is licensed under a 3-clause BSD license as specified in the LICENSE file.