./time/R-timeDate, Chronological and calendar objects

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3042.101, Package name: R-timeDate-3042.101, Maintainer: minskim

The 'timeDate' class fulfils the conventions of the ISO 8601 standard
as well as of the ANSI C and POSIX standards. Beyond these standards
it provides the "Financial Center" concept which allows to handle data
records collected in different time zones and mix them up to have
always the proper time stamps with respect to your personal financial
center, or alternatively to the GMT reference time. It can thus also
handle time stamps from historical data records from the same time
zone, even if the financial centers changed day light saving times at
different calendar dates.


Required to run:
[math/R]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

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   2018-07-28 16:40:53 by Brook Milligan | Files touched by this commit (126)
Log message:
Remove MASTER_SITES= from individual R package Makefiles.

Each R package should include ../../math/R/Makefile.extension, which also
defines MASTER_SITES.  Consequently, it is redundant for the individual
packages to do the same.  Package-specific definitions also prevent
redefining MASTER_SITES in a single common place.
   2018-02-09 17:53:08 by Min Sik Kim | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
time/R-timeDate: Import version 3042.101

The 'timeDate' class fulfils the conventions of the ISO 8601 standard
as well as of the ANSI C and POSIX standards. Beyond these standards
it provides the "Financial Center" concept which allows to handle data
records collected in different time zones and mix them up to have
always the proper time stamps with respect to your personal financial
center, or alternatively to the GMT reference time. It can thus also
handle time stamps from historical data records from the same time
zone, even if the financial centers changed day light saving times at
different calendar dates.