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#60 in Date and time
A handful of utility functions for dealing with
std::time::SystemTime in somewhat-useful ways.
If you need handling for timezones, look elsewhere. This crate only deals with simple stuff.
The main attraction is that it has zero external dependencies, so if it does what you want, it's lighter-weight than using
There's a bunch of public functions in the crate to do basic datetime stuff such as find the number of days in a particular year or index months.
Also there's a struct
PostEpochTime which effectively wraps a
std::time::SystemTime but can provide human-readable date/time values from it.
See full rustdoc at https://docs.rs/datetimeutils.
See files in the
examples/ folder for quick examples.