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A parser for COADS-compliant dates

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A COADS compliant time parser

This module is intended to help parse time values represented using the COARDS convention. Here is a simple example:

>>> from coards import parse
>>> a = [1, 2, 3]
>>> units = 'days since 1998-03-01 12:00:00'
>>> b = [parse(value, units) for value in a]
>>> print b
[datetime.datetime(1998, 3, 2, 12, 0), datetime.datetime(1998, 3, 3, 12, 0), datetime.datetime(1998, 3, 4, 12, 0)]



Release date: 20130604

  • Create converter object.


Release date: 20130520

  • Parse microseconds.

Release date: 20130218

  • Allow origin to be expressed only as HH.

Release date: 20130214

  • Fix minor typo in code.


Release date: 20130214

  • Create parser/formatter objects to avoid repeated parsing.
  • Happy Valentine’s!


Release date: 20120823

  • Fixed regexp that parses the origin.


Release date: 20120818

  • Parse RFC3339 dates.


Release date: 20120529

  • Refactored code so that it works with more dates.
  • Using modern-package-template for directory structure.

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