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        time-clock-pm.info time-date-pm.info time-epoch-pm.info 
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--- NEW FILE: time-local-pm.info ---
Info2: <<
Package: time-local-pm
Version: 1.1901
Revision: 1
Description: Efficiently compute time
Type: perl
License: Artistic
Maintainer: Benjamin Reed <time-local...@fink.raccoonfink.com>

Depends: system-perl
BuildDepends: system-perl

Source: mirror:cpan:modules/by-module/Time/Time-Local-%v.tar.gz
Source-MD5: bd47c6403f325168c9dc5a1ff0567176

UseMaxBuildJobs: true

UpdatePOD: true

Homepage: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Time-Local
DescDetail: <<
These routines are the inverse of built-in perl functions localtime() and
gmtime().  They accept a date as a six-element array, and return the
corresponding time(2) value in seconds since the system epoch (Midnight,
January 1, 1970 GMT on Unix, for example).  This value can be positive or
negative, though POSIX only requires support for positive values, so
dates before the system's epoch may not work on all operating systems.

--- NEW FILE: time-epoch-pm.info ---
Package: time-epoch-pm
Version: 0.02
Revision: 1
Type: perl
Description: Perl Module - convert between time epochs
License: Artistic/GPL
Maintainer: Dave Vasilevsky <v...@users.sourceforge.net>
Source: mirror:cpan:authors/id/C/CN/CNANDOR/Time-Epoch-%v.tar.gz
Source-MD5: a4ab4f49e08005b5accc358314c08b75
UpdatePOD: True
Homepage: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Time-Epoch

--- NEW FILE: time-clock-pm.info ---
Info2: <<
Package: time-clock-pm
Version: 1.00
Revision: 1
Description: Twenty-four hour clock object
Type: perl
License: Artistic
Maintainer: Benjamin Reed <time-clock...@fink.raccoonfink.com>

Depends: system-perl
BuildDepends: system-perl

Source: mirror:cpan:modules/by-module/Time/Time-Clock-%v.tar.gz
Source-MD5: 668a9fd4052d0ba50a956e20f93cc3e4

UseMaxBuildJobs: true

UpdatePOD: true
DocFiles: Changes MANIFEST

Homepage: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Time-Clock
DescDetail: <<
A Time::Clock object is a twenty-four hour clock with nanosecond precision and
wrap-around.  It is a clock only; it has absolutely no concept of dates.
Vagaries of date/time such as leap seconds and daylight savings time are

When a Time::Clock object hits 23:59:59.999999999 and at least one more
nanosecond is added, it will wrap around to 00:00:00.000000000.  This works in
reverse when time is subtracted.

Time::Clock objects automatically stringify to a user-definable format.

--- NEW FILE: time-date-pm.info ---
Package: time-date-pm
Version: 1.16
Revision: 1
Source: mirror:cpan:authors/id/G/GB/GBARR/TimeDate-%v.tar.gz
Source-MD5: b3cc35a7cabd106ac8829d2f2ff4bd9d
Type: perl
UpdatePOD: true
Description: Perl5 TimeDate distribution
DescDetail: <<
The parser contained here will only parse absolute dates, if you want a
date parser that can parse relative dates then take a look at the Time
modules by David Muir on CPAN.
License: Artistic
Maintainer: Patrick Naef <herzb...@users.sourceforge.net>
Homepage: http://search.cpan.org/dist/TimeDate

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