Intelligent Date & Time parsing

rockingred willsteve2003 at yahoo.ca
Mon Mar 10 15:37:59 CET 2008


On Mar 7, 5:26 pm, shak... at gmail.com wrote:
> On Mar 7, 4:22 pm, shak... at gmail.com wrote:
> [snip]> Although if I end up writing my own I'll sure use
> > datetime.parser.parse to get everything left over once you remove
>
> I mean dateutil.parser.parse. Tomorrow I'll have to leave off the last
> Lunchtime Guiness.
>
> > strings like "this saturday". So it helps a little!
>
> > Jacob
>
> And on the same thought - does anyone know of a good website, resource
> or community that's got intelligible descriptions of all the different
> modules that are generally available? I know if I tab complete 'apt-
> get install python-*' it tries to list 1000-some possibilities, so I'm
> thinking there's quite a few modules out there that I might like to
> know about and use...
>
> Thanks!
> Jacob

Jacom, the http://www.python.org/ site offers most of the modules,
including an index: http://pypi.python.org/pypi

Then there's the ASPN site:

http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Downloads/ActivePython




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