Azure::SAS::Timestamp - Creating timestamps for Azure Shared Access Signatures.
use Azure::SAS::Timestamp; my $ast; # Using an epoch time stamp $ast = Azure::SAS::Timestamp->new( 1589119719 ); print $ast->sas_time; # 2020-05-10T14:08:39Z # Using a DateTime object: use DateTime; $dt = DateTime->new( year => 2020, month => 5, day => 10, hour => 13, minute => 12, second => 0 ); $ast = Azure::SAS::Timestamp->new( $dt ); print $ast->sas_time; # 2020-05-10T13:12:00Z # Using Time::Piece use Time::Piece; my $tp = Time::Piece->strptime( '2020-05-10T13:12:00', '%FT%T'); $ast = Azure::SAS::Timestamp->new( $tp ); print $ast->sas_time; # 2020-05-10T13:12:00Z
Azure::SAS::Timestamp can be used to generate validly formated timestamps to be used when creating an Azure SAS (Shared Access Signature). Azure::SAS::Timestamp supports input as seconds from epoch, DateTime objects and Time::Piece objects.
There is only one method, `sas_time`, which is an ISO 8601 format with a 'Z' at the end.
The general idea is simply to allow a bit of sugar to avoid having to look up the format to use and the object methods of conversion.
Copyright (C) Ben Kaufman.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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