App::TimelogTxt::Utils - Utility functions for the App::TimelogTxt modules.
This document describes App::TimelogTxt::Utils version 0.12
use App::TimelogTxt::Utils; my $t = App::TimelogTxt::Utils::stamp_to_localtime( $stamp ); my $estamp = App::TimelogTxt::Utils::day_end( $stamp );
This module collects a set of utility functions and constants into one place to avoid duplication in multiple modules or odd dependency loops. No effort has been made to have these utility functions be particularly useful to code outside this application.
Given a datestamp-like string that has '/' instead of '-' as separators, convert to standard datestamp form: YYYY-MM-DD.
Given a properly formatted datestamp, find the next datestamp after the one supplied.
Given a day name in English, return the day number (0-6).
Return a properly formatted datestamp for the supplied string. The
$day_str argument may be any one of the following:
Datestamp for today.
Datestamp for yesterday.
Datestamp for the most recent day named. For example, if today is Wednesday and the string 'tuesday' is supplied, yesterday's datestamp is returned.
The supplied datestamp is returned.
Return a date stamp for the day before the date represented by
Return a properly formatted datestamp for the day corresponding to
$time in the local timezone.
Return a properly formatted datestamp plus time corresponding to
$time in the local timezone.
$stamp is a properly formatted datestamp.
$day_str is either 'today' or the empty string.
Parse the supplied string into the datestamp, time, and the rest of the line, if the string represents a proper event line.
Convert the datestamp to the last second of the day specified by
$stamp in the local timezone.
This constant returns the string 'stop' used throughout the system as to represent the command that stops timing.
This constant returns the string 'today' used throughout the system to represent today.
Return the datestamp for today.
App::TimelogTxt::Utils requires no configuration files or environment variables.
No bugs have been reported.
G. Wade Johnson
Copyright (c) 2013, G. Wade Johnson
email@example.com. All rights reserved.
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.
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