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App::Sqitch::DateTime

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Name

App::Sqitch::DateTime - Sqitch DateTime object

Synopsis

  my $dt = App::Sqitch::DateTime->new(%params);
  say $dt->as_string( format => 'iso' );

Description

This subclass of DateTime provides additional interfaces to support named formats. These can be used for status or log "--date-format" options. App::Sqitch::DateTime provides a list of supported formats, validates that a format string, and uses the formats to convert itself into the appropriate string.

Interface

Class Methods

"as_string_formats"
  my @formats = App::Sqitch::DateTime->as_string_formats;
Returns a list of formats supported by the "format" parameter to "as_string". The list currently includes:
"iso"
"iso8601"
ISO-8601 format.
"rfc"
"rfc2822"
RFC-2822 format.
"full"
"long"
"medium"
"short"
Localized format of the specified length.
"raw"
Show timestamps in raw format, which is strict ISO-8601 in the UTC time zone.
"strftime:$string"
Show timestamps using an arbitrary "strftime" pattern. See "strftime Paterns" in DateTime for comprehensive documentation of supported patterns.
"cldr:$string"
Show timestamps using an arbitrary "cldr" pattern. See "CLDR Paterns" in DateTime for comprehensive documentation of supported patterns.
"validate_as_string_format"
  App::Sqitch::DateTime->validate_as_string_format($format);
Validates that a format is supported by "as_string". Throws an exception if it's not, and returns if it is.

Instance Methods

"as_string"
  $dt->as_string;
  $dt->as_string( format => $format );
Returns a string representation using the provided format. The format must be one of those listed by "as_string_formats" or an exception will be thrown. If no format is passed, the string will be formatted with the "raw" format.

See Also

sqitch-status
Documentation for the "status" command to the Sqitch command-line client.
sqitch-log
Documentation for the "log" command to the Sqitch command-line client.
sqitch
The Sqitch command-line client.

Author

David E. Wheeler <david@justatheory.com>

License

Copyright (c) 2012-2015 iovation Inc.
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