datetime, calendar, time intervals
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Sun Jun 20 14:23:16 CEST 2004
On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 09:07:52 -0400, "John Roth"
<newsgroups at jhrothjr.com> wrote:
>"David Eppstein" <eppstein at ics.uci.edu> wrote in message
>news:eppstein-ABCC82.23210816062004 at news.service.uci.edu...
>> In article <95aa1afa.0406162213.3cf3d7f7 at posting.google.com>,
>> michele.simionato at poste.it (Michele Simionato) wrote:
>> > Strangely enough, I never needed the datetime and calendar module
>> > before, so I just looked at them today.
>> Me too. datetime was exactly what I wanted. Until I realized that it
>> wasn't available in the 2.2.3 installation I needed my code to run in...
>Yeah, that's a problem. I've been avoiding putting a date type adapter
>in the Python version of FIT for exactly that reason. Which brought up
>the question of whether it would be possible to back-port it, and I
>found that it was a C language module. Sigh.
Sorry, I am new to Python, but I have a requirement for date
manipulation in an app that will need to run in 2.2, so I am
interested in the data functions of the latest release as well. When
you say that it was a C module, are you saying the library of date
functions in the latest version are written in C? Does this somehow
stop us from back-porting it to 2.2 or 2.1 python? I would be very
interested in seeing the C source code for the date routines, along
with the routine descriptions - where can I find that?
>> David Eppstein http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/
>> Univ. of California, Irvine, School of Information & Computer Science
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