[Python-Dev] iso8601 parsing
hasan.diwan at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 20:33:56 EDT 2017
If one simply replaces the 'T' with a space and trims it after the '.',
IIRC, it parses fine.
On Oct 23, 2017 15:16, "Mike Miller" <python-dev at mgmiller.net> wrote:
> Could anyone put this five year-old bug about parsing iso8601 format
> date-times on the front burner?
> In the comments there's a lot of hand-wringing about different variations
> that bogged it down, but right now I only need it to handle the output of
> >>> dt.isoformat()
> Perhaps if we could get that minimum first step in, it could be iterated
> on and made more lenient in the future.
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