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NAME ^

DateTimeX::Factory - DateTime factory module with default options.

VERSION ^

This document describes DateTimeX::Factory version 1.00.

SYNOPSIS ^

    use DateTimeX::Factory;

    my $factory = DateTimeX::Factory->new(
        time_zone => 'Asia/Tokyo',
    );
    my $now = $factory->now;

DESCRIPTION ^

DateTime factory module with default options. This module include wrapper of default constructors and some useful methods.

METHODS ^

new(%params)

Create factory instance. all parameters thrown to factory methods

  my $factory = DateTimeX::Factory->new(time_zone => 'Asia/Tokyo');

create(%params)

Call DateTime->new with default parameter.

  my $datetime = $factory->create(year => 2012, month => 1, day => 24, hour => 23, minute => 16, second => 5);

now(%params), today(%params), from_epoch(%params), last_day_of_month(%params), from_day_of_year(%params)

See document of DateTime. But, these methods create DateTime instance by original method with default parameter.

strptime($string, $pattern)

Parse string by DateTime::Format::Strptime with default parameter.

  my $datetime = $factory->strptime('2012-01-24 23:16:05', '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S');

from_mysql_datetime($string)

Parse MySQL DATETIME string with default parameter.

  #equals my $datetime = $factory->strptime('2012-01-24 23:16:05', '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S');
  my $datetime = $factory->from_mysql_datetime('2012-01-24 23:16:05');

from_mysql_date($string)

Parse MySQL DATE string with default parameter.

  #equals my $date = $factory->strptime('2012-01-24', '%Y-%m-%d');
  my $date = $factory->from_mysql_date('2012-01-24');

from_ymd($string, $delimiter)

Parse string like DateTime::ymd return value with default parameter.

  #equals my $date = $factory->strptime('2012/01/24', '%Y/%m/%d');
  my $date = $factory->from_ymd('2012-01-24', '/');

tommorow(%params)

Create next day DateTime instance.

  #equals my $tommorow = $factory->today->add(days => 1);
  my $tommorow = $factory->tommorow;

yesterday(%params)

Create previous day DateTime instance.

  #equals my $yesterday = $factory->today->subtract(days => 1);
  my $yesterday = $factory->yesterday;

DEPENDENCIES ^

Perl 5.10.1 or later. Class::Accessor::Lite DateTime DateTime::Format::Strptime

BUGS ^

All complex software has bugs lurking in it, and this module is no exception. If you find a bug please either email me, or add the bug to cpan-RT.

SEE ALSO ^

perl

AUTHOR ^

Nishibayashi Takuji <takuji31@gmail.com>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2012, Nishibayashi Takuji. All rights reserved.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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