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The internet-timestamp library contains a procedure for parsing of Internet timestamps RFC 3339. It is intended to conform closely to the ABNF grammar in the RFC.
Timestamp record type
(define-record-type ts (make-ts date time offset) ;; constructor ts? ;; predicate (date ts-date ) ;; accessors (time ts-time ) (offset ts-offset ) )
The internet-timestamp library also defines a record printer for the above record type, which prints timestamp entries in the format specified by the RFC.
- <procedure>(parser TEXT) => TS</procedure>
Parses an Internet timestamp text and returns a record of type ts.
- <procedure>(ts->list TS) => LIST</procedure>
Returns an alist representation of a timestamp:
((date (YEAR MONTH DAY)) (time (HOUR MINUTE SECOND FRAC)) (offset (OFFSET)))
- 1.0 Initial Release
Copyright 2009 Ivan Raikov.
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