Re: Python's 'DateTime'

2003-07-30 Thread Rick Measham
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Dave Rolsky) wrote: Gregorian Calendar from Calendrical Calculations that requires 'DateTime' http://www.python.org/doc/2.3/lib/module-calendar.html Sort of Gregorian, also a grab bag of random stuff, like monthcalendar, which returns a

Re: Python's 'DateTime'

2003-07-30 Thread Ben Bennett
DateTime::Display::Calendar or DateTime::Display::Calendar::Text (vs. HTML, etc.) ? -ben On Tue, Jul 29, 2003 at 10:46:59PM -1000, Joshua Hoblitt wrote: Months ago I posted the beginings of a module that I called DateTime::Format::Calendar. The discussion that

Re: Python's 'DateTime'

2003-07-29 Thread Joshua Hoblitt
Date/Time type announcement http://www.python.org/doc/2.3/whatsnew/node18.html#SECTION000181 'DateTime' Object http://www.python.org/doc/2.3/lib/module-datetime.html Gregorian Calendar from Calendrical Calculations that requires 'DateTime'

Re: Python's 'DateTime'

2003-07-29 Thread Dave Rolsky
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Joshua Hoblitt wrote: 'DateTime' Object http://www.python.org/doc/2.3/lib/module-datetime.html No leap seconds. Years 1 - only! (why?!). microsecond resolution. Gregorian Calendar from Calendrical Calculations that requires 'DateTime'

Re: Python's 'DateTime'

2003-07-29 Thread Joshua Hoblitt
They suck, we rule. I forgot the 'for entertainment purposes only' disclaimer. :) -J --

Re: Python's 'DateTime'

2003-07-29 Thread Joshua Hoblitt
Just to be clear - I intended this to be humorous. I was not truly equating that 'stuff' to one true DateTime {TM}. :) Cheers, -J -- On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Joshua Hoblitt wrote: Date/Time type announcement http://www.python.org/doc/2.3/whatsnew/node18.html#SECTION000181