perl-DateTimeX-Easy - Parse a date/time string using the best method available

Property Value
Distribution ROSA Enterprise Desktop
Repository ROSA Contrib Updates x86_64
Package name perl-DateTimeX-Easy
Package version 0.89.0
Package release 2-rosa.lts2012.0
Package architecture noarch
Package type rpm
Installed size 43.13 KB
Download size 18.34 KB
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DateTimeX::Easy makes DateTime object creation quick and easy. It uses a
variety of DateTime::Format packages to do the bulk of the parsing, with
some custom tweaks to smooth out the rough edges (mainly concerning
timezone detection and selection).


Package Version Architecture Repository
perl-DateTimeX-Easy - - -


Name Value
perl(Date::Parse) -
perl(DateTime) -
perl(DateTime::Format::Flexible) -
perl(DateTime::Format::ICal) -
perl(DateTime::Format::Natural) -
perl(Scalar::Util) -
perl(Time::Zone) -


Name Value
perl(DateTimeX::Easy) == 0.89.0
perl-DateTimeX-Easy == 0.89.0-2:2012.0


Type URL
Binary Package perl-DateTimeX-Easy-0.89.0-2-rosa.lts2012.0.noarch.rpm
Source Package perl-DateTimeX-Easy-0.89.0-2.src.rpm

Install Howto

  1. Enable ROSA Contrib Updates repository on Install and Remove Software
  2. Update packages list:
    # urpmi.update -a
  3. Install perl-DateTimeX-Easy rpm package:
    # urpmi perl-DateTimeX-Easy




2011-04-18 - Funda Wang <> 0.89.0-2mdv2011.0
+ Revision: 655588
- rebuild for updated spec-helper
2010-08-24 - J?r?me Quelin <> 0.89.0-1mdv2011.0
+ Revision: 572809
- adding missing buildrequires:
- adding missing buildrequires:
- adding missing buildrequires:
- adding missing buildrequires:
- update to 0.089
2010-05-06 - Michael Scherer <> 0.88.0-1mdv2011.0
+ Revision: 543018
- import perl-DateTimeX-Easy
2010-05-06 - cpan2dist 0.088-1mdv
- initial mdv release, generated with cpan2dist

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