> On Sep 22, 2016, at 3:12 PM, Jon Zeppieri <zeppi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sep 22, 2016, at 2:04 PM, Geoffrey Knauth <ge...@knauth.org> wrote:
>> Is it possible to build a sequence of moments? (require gregor)
>> I had a sequence of seconds (since the epoch), as in:
>> (in-range start-seconds end-seconds seconds-in-a-day)
>> If I use moments, I'm wondering what goes in place of _HMM_:
>> (in-range start-moment end-moment _HMM_)
> This should be more convenient than it is. There's a posix->datetime, and
> then you'd have to construct a new moment from the resulting datetime's data,
> plus a TZ.
> Internally, there's a function that makes this much easier, but it's not
> My apologies; I promise that the replacement library will make this easier.
> - Jon
Oh, sorry: I thought you wanted a sequence of moments from start and end
*seconds*. If you're starting with moments, you could just repeatedly add a
second (if that's the increment you want).
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