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python-egenix-mxdatetime

date and time handling routines for Python

Variants:
mxDateTime is a Python extension package that provides three new objects, DateTime, DateTimeDelta and RelativeDateTime, which let you store and handle date/time values in a much more natural way than by using ticks (seconds since 1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC), the representation used by Python's time module).

You can add, subtract and even multiply instances, pickle and copy them and convert the results to strings, COM dates, ticks and some other more esoteric values. In addition, there are several convenient constructors and formatters at hand to greatly simplify dealing with dates and times in real-world applications.

In addition to providing an easy-to-use Python interface the package also exports a comfortable C API interface for other extensions to build upon. This is especially interesting for database applications which often have to deal with date/time values (the mxODBC package is one example of an extension using this interface).

mxDateTime can convert between various different date/time storage formats, including COM dates, TJD, MJD, JDN, tuples and, probably most important, strings.

The date/time parser included in mxDateTime is one of the most flexible such parser available for Python. It is constantly being improved to make parsing date/time strings as easy as possible. At the same time, it offers a fully customizable interface which allows selecting valid date/time formats from a range of predefined categories.

There are also special parser and formatter modules for ARPA and ISO date/time formats, which are handy if you work a lot with Internet standards.

Homepage:-
Package version:3.2.1-1.1
Architecture:armhf
Distribution:Debian
Filename:python-egenix-mxdatetime_3.2.1-1.1_armhf.deb

/usr/share/doc/python-egenix-mxdatetime/README.Debian

The python*-egenix-mx* packages supersede the old python-mx* packages
found in earlier Debian versions.

A notable difference:

The modules (e.g. DateTime) now have the prefix "mx." in the
namespace.  So, for example, if you have used the old DateTime module
in a program, you should instead use mx.Datetime.  E.g.:

    # Old:
    import DateTime

    # New:
    from mx import DateTime

/usr/share/doc/python-egenix-mxdatetime/changelog.Debian.gz

egenix-mx-base (3.2.1-1.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Fix "FTBFS with Python 2.7.3: ImportError: cannot import name
    customize_compiler": add patch from Ubuntu / Colin Watson:
    - mxSetup.py: Go back to importing customize_compiler from
      distutils.sysconfig.  This is needed with Python 2.7.3, and should
      still work with earlier 2.7 versions.
    (Closes: #
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/usr/share/doc/python-egenix-mxdatetime/copyright

The upstream source was found on the following address:

    http://www.egenix.com/products/python/mxBase/

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