DateTime::Format::Flexible::lang::en - the english language plugin
You should not need to use this module directly.
If you only want to use one language, specify the lang property when parsing a date.
my $dt = DateTime::Format::Flexible->parse_datetime( 'Wed, Jun 10, 2009' , lang => ['en'] ); # $dt is now 2009-06-10T00:00:00
Note that this is not required, by default ALL languages are scanned when trying to parse a date.
Instantiate a new instance of this module.
month name regular expressions along with the month numbers (Jan(?:uary)? => 1)
day name regular expressions along the the day numbers (Mon(?:day)? => 1)
maps day of month names to the corresponding numbers (first => 01)
maps hour names to numbers (noon => 12:00:00)
strings to remove from the date (rd as in 3rd)
searches for the string 'at' to help determine a time substring (sunday at 3:00)
maps string names to real dates (now => DateTime->now)
parse relative dates (ago => ago, from => from now, next => next, last => last)
useful strings when doing datetime math
maps unofficial timezones to official timezones for this language (CST => America/Chicago)
Tom Heady CPAN ID: thinc Punch, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.punch.net/
Copyright 2011 Tom Heady.
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