./time/py-aniso8601, Library for parsing ISO 8601 strings

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 9.0.1nb1, Package name: py39-aniso8601-9.0.1nb1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Library for parsing ISO 8601 strings

Features
* Pure Python implementation
* Python 3 support
* Logical behavior
- Parse a time, get a datetime.time
- Parse a date, get a datetime.date
- Parse a datetime, get a datetime.datetime
- Parse a duration, get a datetime.timedelta
- Parse an interval, get a tuple of dates or datetimes
- Parse a repeating interval, get a date or datetime generator
* UTC offset represented as fixed-offset tzinfo
* Parser separate from representation, allowing parsing to different datetime
formats
* No regular expressions


Required to run:
[devel/py-setuptools] [lang/python37]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

Filesize: 46.235 KB

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   2022-01-04 21:55:40 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1595)
Log message:
*: bump PKGREVISION for egg.mk users

They now have a tool dependency on py-setuptools instead of a DEPENDS
   2021-10-26 13:24:47 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (263)
Log message:
time: Replace RMD160 checksums with BLAKE2s checksums

All checksums have been double-checked against existing RMD160 and
SHA512 hashes
   2021-10-07 17:04:23 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (263)
Log message:
time: Remove SHA1 hashes for distfiles
   2021-05-19 13:08:08 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-aniso8601: updated to 9.0.1

aniso8601 9.0.1
===============

Added
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* Development requirements handled by :code:`extras_require` (install with \ 
:code:`pip install -e .[dev]`)
* Pre-commit hooks, managed with `pre-commit <https://pre-commit.com/>`_ \ 
(install with :code:`pre-commit install`)
* Add :code:`readthedocs.yaml` to make configuration explicit

Changed
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* Code formatted with `Black \ 
<https://black.readthedocs.io/en/stable/index.html>`_
* Imports sorted with `isort <https://pycqa.github.io/isort/>`_
* Following `Keep a Changelog <https://keepachangelog.com/en/1.0.0/>`_ for \ 
this and future CHANGELOG entries
* Removed python-dateutil from :code:`BuildRequires` in specfile as they are no \ 
longer required since calendar level duration building was split to a separate \ 
project (6.0.0)
* Heading level of top of CHANGELOG

Fixed
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* Parsing prescribed durations with only hour and second time components (see \ 
`PR 14 <https://bitbucket.org/nielsenb/aniso8601/pull-requests/14>`_)
* Parsing prescribed durations with only year and day components

aniso8601 9.0.0
===============

Changes
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* Add support for concise interval format (see `27 \ 
<https://bitbucket.org/nielsenb/aniso8601/issues/27/support-for-short-syntax-for-intervals>`_)
* Add explicit bounds of [000, 366] to day of year component \ 
:code:`_parse_ordinal_date`, this adds the same limits to dates of the format \ 
YYYYDDD or YYYY-DDD when using :code:`parse_date`
* Add :code:`range_check_date`, :code:`range_check_time`, \ 
:code:`range_check_duration`, :code:`range_check_repeating_interval`, and \ 
:code:`range_check_timezone` range checking class methods to \ 
:code:`BaseTimeBuilder` there are no datetime or non-repeating interval check \ 
function as they are made of already checked parts
* :code:`PythonTimeBuilder` now calls the appropriate range check functions \ 
using the :code:`range_check_date`, :code:`range_check_time`, \ 
:code:`range_check_duration`, :code:`range_check_repeating_interval`, and \ 
:code:`range_check_timezone` methods defined in :code:`aniso8601.builders`
* Add :code:`range_check_duration` to :code:`PythonTimeBuilder` which calls \ 
:code:`BaseTimeBuilder.range_check_duration` and performs additional checks \ 
against maximum timedelta size
* Add :code:`range_check_interval` to :code:`PythonTimeBuilder` which handles \ 
building concise dates and performs additional checks against maximum timedelta \ 
size
* Add :code:`get_datetime_resolution` which behaves like \ 
:code:`get_time_resolution` but accepts a ISO 8601 date time as an argument, \ 
return value is a :code:`TimeResolution`
* Add :code:`exceptions.RangeCheckError` as a parent type of all failures in the \ 
range check methods, it descends from :code:`ValueError`
* Add :code:`get_duration_resolution` which behaves like other resolution \ 
helpers, return value is a :code:`DurationResolution`
* Add :code:`get_interval_resolution` which behaves like other resolution \ 
helpers, return value is a :code:`IntervalResolution`
* Negative durations now fail at the parse step and simply raise \ 
:code:`ISOFormatError`, calling a :code:`PythonTimeBuilder.build_duration` \ 
directly with a negative duration component will yield an :code:`ISOFormatError` \ 
in the range check
* Raise :code:`DayOutOfBoundsError` if calendar day exceeds number of days in \ 
calendar month
* Raise :code:`DayOutOfBoundsError` if ordinal day exceeds number of days in \ 
calendar year (366 now raises :code:`DayOutOfBoundsError` in non-leap year)
* Raise :code:`ISOFormatError` when date or time string contains extra whitespace
* Raise :code:`ISOFormatError` on multiple fraction separators (comma, \ 
full-stop) in a time string
* Raise :code:`ISOFormatError` when duration contains multiple duration \ 
designators ("P"), or time designators ("T")
* :code:`PythonTimeBuilder.build_duration` raises :code:`YearOutOfBoundsError`, \ 
:code:`MonthOutOfBoundsError`, :code:`WeekOutOfBoundsError`, \ 
:code:`HoursOutOfBoundsError`, :code:`MinutesOutOfBoundsError`, or \ 
:code:`SecondsOutOfBoundsError` when a given duration component would result in \ 
a :code:`timedelta` that would exceed the maximum size
* Raise :code:`ISOFormatError` if number of delimiters is not exactly 1 in \ 
:code:`parse_interval`
* Raise :code:`ISOFormatError` when either part of an interval string before of \ 
after the delimiter is empty
* Raise :code:`YearOutOfBoundsError` in :code:`PythonTimeBuilder.build_interval` \ 
if an interval with a duration would exceed the maximum or minimum years for \ 
Python date objects
* Simplify :code:`parse_date`, :code:`build_date` will now be called with \ 
explicit :code:`None` arguments instead of date components not in the parsed \ 
string excluded from the call
* Change :code:`get_date_resolution` to call :code:`parse_date` and return the \ 
resolution based on the smallest parsed component
* Simplify :code:`parse_time`, :code:`build_time` will now be called with \ 
explicit :code:`None` arguments instead of date components not in the parsed \ 
string excluded from the call
* Change :code:`get_time_resolution` to call :code:`parse_time` and return the \ 
resolution based on the smallest parsed component
* :code:`TupleBuilder` now builds :code:`DateTuple`, :code:`TimeTuple`, \ 
:code:`DatetimeTuple`, :code:`DurationTuple`, :code:`IntervalTuple`, \ 
:code:`RepeatingIntervalTuple` and :code:`TimezoneTuple` namedtuples
* Simplify :code:`parse_duration`, :code:`build_duration` will now be called \ 
with explicit :code:`None` arguments when components of a prescribed duration \ 
are not present in the ISO 8601 duration string instead of being excluded from \ 
the call
* Remove unused :code:`decimalfraction.find_separator`
* Remove unused :code:`PythonTimeBuilder._split_to_microseconds`
* Removed :code:`NegativeDurationError`

Deprecation
-----------
* **Update on Python 2 support**: Python 2 support was slated to be removed in \ 
7.0.0 but was not, it will remain until a test fails on Python 2 but not Python \ 
3
* Using Setuptools to run tests (:code:`python setup.py tests`) will be removed \ 
in the next major or minor version (either 9.1.0, 10.0.0)
   2021-02-09 07:58:55 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-aniso8601: updated to 8.1.1

Changes 8.1.1:

Deprecate running tests with python setup.py tests as the test suite support in \ 
Setuptools is deprecated
Add version to __init__.py
Cleaner reading of README.rst into the long_description field of setup.py
Define long_description_content_type as text/x-rst
Simplify Sphinx configuration
Add compat.is_string method, returns True for str, unicode types, False otherwise
   2020-12-09 13:37:29 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-aniso8601: updated to 8.1.0

aniso8601 8.1.0

Empty string arguments to get_date_resolution and parse_date now raise \ 
ISOFormatError, fixes 26
None and non-string arguments to get_date_resolution and parse_date now raise \ 
ValueError
Empty string arguments to parse_duration now raise ISOFormatError
None and non-string arguments to parse_duration now raise ValueError
Empty string arguments to parse_interval and parse_repeating_interval now raise \ 
ISOFormatError
None and non-string arguments to parse_interval and parse_repeating_internval \ 
now raise ValueError
Empty string arguments to get_time_resolution and parse_time now raise ISOFormatError
None and non-string arguments to parse_time now raise ValueError
None and non-string arguments to parse_timezone now raise ValueError
Empty string arguments to parse_datetime now raise ISOFormatError
None and non-string arguments to parse_datetime now raise ValueError
Missing delimiter in datetime strings when calling parse_datetime now raises \ 
ISOFormatError
Missing delimiter in regular and repeating interval strings when calling \ 
parse_interval and parse_repeating_interval now raises ISOFormatError
get_time_resolution now correctly throws ISOFormatError when a time component \ 
has too many characters in a time using ":" as a separator
   2019-11-15 15:02:20 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-aniso8601: updated to 8.0.0

Changes 8.0.0:
Handle ',' character as a fractional separator, as required by 4.2.2.4
Fix semver usage for prelease version, as required by clause 9
   2019-07-12 21:07:09 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-aniso8601: updated to 7.0.0

Changes 7.0.0
Handle all fractional components as an integer number of microseconds, \ 
eliminating rounding issues