- CAPABILITY DISCIPLINE
App::CamelPKI::Time - Modelise Camel-PKI horatading, up to the second.
use App::CamelPKI::Time; print App::CamelPKI::Time->now(); my $time = App::CamelPKI::Time->parse("20070412101200Z"); my $later = $time->advance_days(42);
Objects in the App::CamelPKI::Time class represent an universal timestamp precise to the second. Time zones are not dealt with in this class, and should be handled as an external, view-side attribute instead.
App::CamelPKI::Time objects are immutable and stringifiable: when they are used as strings (for example with
App::CamelPKI::Time objects are pure data; they do not carry privileges.
Parses $time, a string, returns an instance of App::CamelPKI::Time. The default format (and the only one supported for now) is "Zulu".
If no format is specified (and only in this case), $time may be from one of the following special values:
The return value is then "now";
- An object of class App::CamelPKI::Time
A deep copy of this object is returned.
Returns the current system time.
Returns the time in "Zulu" format. This method is also used as the stringgification operator overload.
Returns a copy of this App::CamelPKI::Time object advanced by the specified number of days (which may be negative).
Returns a copy of this App::CamelPKI::Time object advanced by the specified number of years, which may be negative.