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bin+lib two_timer

parser for English time expressions

22 stable releases

2.2.3 Aug 15, 2021
2.2.2 Jul 3, 2021
2.2.1 Mar 28, 2021
2.2.0 Oct 4, 2020
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two-timer

Rust library for parsing English time expressions into start and end timestamps

This takes English expressions and returns a time range which ideally matches the expression. You might use this for registering the temporal extent of an event, say, or finding lines in a log file.

Some expressions it can handle:

  • from now to eternity
  • today
  • tomorrow
  • last month
  • this year
  • 5/6/69
  • June 6, 2010
  • forever
  • 3:00 AM
  • 3AM
  • June '05
  • Monday through next Thursday
  • from mon at 15:00:05 to now
  • 1960-05-06
  • 5000BCE
  • next weekend
  • 2000
  • the nineteenth of March 1810
  • the 5th of November
  • the ides of March
  • the first
  • two seconds before 12:00 PM
  • 1 week after May first
  • 15 minutes around 12:13:43 PM
  • noon on May 6, 1969
  • midnight on May 6, 1969
  • Friday the 13th
  • 2 weeks ago
  • ten seconds from now
  • 5 minutes before and after midnight
  • 1969-05-06 12:03:05
  • since the start of the year
  • since yesterday

The complete API is available at https://docs.rs/two_timer/.

Dependencies

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