Date::Parse - Parse date strings into time values River stage four • 212 direct dependents • 2216 total dependents

"Date::Parse" provides two routines for parsing date strings into time values. str2time(DATE [, ZONE]) "str2time" parses "DATE" and returns a unix time value, or undef upon failure. "ZONE", if given, specifies the timezone to assume when parsing if t...

GBARR/TimeDate-2.30 - 18 Feb 2013 19:37:08 GMT

Date::Parse::Lite - Light weight parsing of human-entered date strings River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This simple module attempts to parse a day, a month and a year from a string on the assumption that the string is intended to represent a date. Note that it does not validate the date except to the extent that doing so informs the parsing, e.g. numbe...

MERLYNK/Date-Parse-Lite-0.03 - 22 Nov 2015 21:06:30 GMT

Parse::Date::Month::ID - Parse month name from Indonesian text River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

The goal of this module is to parse month names commonly found in Indonesian text. It currently parses abbreviated and full month names in Indonesian as well as English, since English date are also mixed in Indonesian text....

PERLANCAR/Parse-Date-Month-ID-0.001 - 16 Jun 2018 01:09:38 GMT

MODS::Record - Perl extension for handling MODS records River stage two • 3 direct dependents • 13 total dependents

This module provides MODS (http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/) parsing and creation for MODS Schema 3.5....

HOCHSTEN/MODS-Record-0.13 - 22 Nov 2018 15:00:56 GMT

Mojo::Date - HTTP date River stage three • 793 direct dependents • 897 total dependents

Mojo::Date implements HTTP date and time functions, based on RFC 7230 <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7230>, RFC 7231 <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7231> and RFC 3339 <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3339>....

SRI/Mojolicious-8.14 - 18 Apr 2019 19:11:08 GMT

Date::Time - Lightweight normalised datetime data type River stage zero No dependents

See the README as for now. By the way, I want to be neutral to the calender system - that's why the SYNOPSIS above looks like it does. Personally I think Gregorian dates sucks a lot - but I'm living in a Gregorian world and I'm myself mostly thinking...

TOBIX/OO-DateTime-0.01 - 03 Mar 2000 01:24:05 GMT

Data::Domain - Data description and validation River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

A data domain is a description of a set of values, either scalar or structured (arrays or hashes). The description can include many constraints, like minimal or maximal values, regular expressions, required fields, forbidden fields, and also contextu...

DAMI/Data-Domain-1.06 - 05 Apr 2014 16:32:50 GMT

HTTP::Date - date conversion routines River stage four • 157 direct dependents • 8025 total dependents

This module provides functions that deal the date formats used by the HTTP protocol (and then some more). Only the first two functions, time2str() and str2time(), are exported by default. time2str( [$time] ) The time2str() function converts a machine...

GAAS/HTTP-Date-6.02 - 30 Mar 2012 12:10:34 GMT

Date::Easy - easy dates with Time::Piece compatibility River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Date::Easy provides simple date and datetime objects that will do what you expect, provided you expect them to do the right things. At its heart, a "use Date::Easy" statement is just a shortcut for this: use Date::Easy::Date ':all'; use Date::Easy::D...

BAREFOOT/Date-Easy-0.06 - 16 Jun 2018 05:34:55 GMT

Date::Tiny - A date object, with as little code as possible River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Date::Tiny is a member of the DateTime::Tiny suite of time modules. It implements an extremely lightweight object that represents a date, without any time data. The Tiny Mandate Many CPAN modules which provide the best implementation of a concept can...

DAGOLDEN/Date-Tiny-1.07 - 23 Jun 2016 13:44:17 GMT

Time::Date - A time and date object for Perl River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Time::Date is a class that can be used to represent a date as an object. Unlike other modules, this one just stores a Unix epoch within the object and relies heavily on the underlying operating system so it's very fast. It provides functionality for ...

JACOBG/Time-Date-0.05 - 01 Nov 2017 17:01:55 GMT

Email::Date - Find and Format Date Headers River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

Achtung! Probably you'll be find just using Email::Date::Format to produce dates or Date::Parse to parse dates. This module isn't much needed anymore, but does provide "find_date", described below. RFC 2822 defines the "Date:" header. It declares the...

RJBS/Email-Date-1.104 - 02 Aug 2013 22:02:10 GMT

Class::Date - Class for easy date and time manipulation River stage two • 13 direct dependents • 18 total dependents

This module is intended to provide a general-purpose date and datetime type for perl. You have a Class::Date class for absolute date and datetime, and have a Class::Date::Rel class for relative dates. You can use "+", "-", "<" and ">" operators as wi...

YANICK/Class-Date-1.1.17 - 01 Jun 2018 13:11:48 GMT

Mac::PropertyList - work with Mac plists at a low level River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 12 total dependents

This module is a low-level interface to the Mac OS X Property List (plist) format in either XML or binary. You probably shouldn't use this in applications–build interfaces on top of this so you don't have to put all the heinous multi-level object stu...

BDFOY/Mac-PropertyList-1.413 - 22 Mar 2018 18:52:32 GMT

Gedcom::Date - Perl class for interpreting dates in Gedcom files River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The Gedcom standard for genealogical data files defines a number of date formats. This module can parse most of these formats. This package contains a number of modules, each implementing a Gedcom date format. They are: Gedcom::Date::Simple e.g. "4 J...

RSAVAGE/Gedcom-Date-0.10 - 04 Sep 2016 08:00:41 GMT

Date::EzDate - Date and time manipulation made easy River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Date::EzDate was motivated by the simple fact that I hate dealing with date and time calculations, so I put all of them into a single easy-to-use object. The main idea of EzDate is that the object represents a specific date and time. A variety of pro...

MIKO/Date-EzDate-1.16 - 04 Jan 2015 23:16:25 GMT

Mac::PropertyList::SAX - work with Mac plists at a low level, fast River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Mac::PropertyList is useful, but very slow on large files because it does XML parsing itself, intead of handing it off to a dedicated parser. This module uses XML::SAX::ParserFactory to select a parser capable of doing the heavy lifting, reducing par...

KULP/Mac-PropertyList-SAX-0.86 - 24 Jun 2017 20:46:38 GMT

Plagger::Date - DateTime subclass for Plagger River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This module subclasses DateTime for plagger's own needs. rebless ... parse ... parse_dwim ... strptime ... now ... from_epoch ... format($format) Convenience method. Returns the datetime in the format passed (either a formatter object or a blessed re...

MIYAGAWA/Plagger-0.7.17 - 05 Dec 2006 07:40:09 GMT

Date::Language - Language specific date formating and parsing River stage four • 212 direct dependents • 2216 total dependents

Date::Language provides objects to parse and format dates for specific languages. Available languages are Afar French Russian_cp1251 Amharic Gedeo Russian_koi8r Austrian German Sidama Brazilian Greek Somali Chinese Hungarian Spanish Chinese_GB Icelan...

GBARR/TimeDate-2.30 - 18 Feb 2013 19:37:08 GMT

Date::Reformat - Rearrange date strings River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module aims to be a lightweight and flexible tool for rearranging components of a date string, then returning the components in the order and structure specified. My motivation was a month of trying to compare data from spreadsheets from several...

KOLIBRIE/Date-Reformat-0.04 - 27 Aug 2016 17:46:53 GMT

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