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A CLI program that prints the local or utc week and time in the ISO 8601 format, e.g. 2006-W52-7T10:26:20.485371700.
Tom Scott's Why It's Already 2020 inspired me to write this. This is not designed to print the full ISO 8601 date and time, only the week date. For more technical information on ISO week, visit Wikipedia.
- Rust 1.41+
- Recommended IDEs
- Visual Studio Code
- Jetbrains IntelliJ
- Ubuntu 18.04 or later
- Windows 10 v1809 or later
- macOS 10.13 High Sierra or later
- Anthony Foxclaw - Initial work - tonytins
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
You can download binaries for any of the above support platforms by going to the releases page or by installing via. Cargo by typing in
cargo install isow.
USAGE: isow [FLAGS] [SUBCOMMAND] FLAGS: -d, --day Prints the day -h, --help Prints help information -t, --time Prints the time -u, --utc Swaps your local time zone for UTC. -V, --version Prints version information -w, --week Prints the week -y, --year Prints the year SUBCOMMANDS: help Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s) update Updates the program to the latest version Process finished with exit code 0
By default, ISOW uses your local time zone. Adding
-u will switch to UTC.
You can update ISOW at anytime by typing
isow update. This will give you information on the latest release, if any, and any compatibility warnings with an option to accept or deny the download.
Crates.io installations will return
--dirtysuffix at the end of their version. This is harmless bug and does not impact the stability ISOW.
Self-updater is unsupported in the Crates.io releases. As of 0.3.14, this will return a "feature is unsupported" message.
This project is licensed under the MPL 2.0 license - see the LICENSE file for details.