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Name: dateutils Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 0.4.3 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.2.5 Build date: Tue Feb 26 18:26:33 2019
Group: Productivity/Text/Utilities Build host: obs-power8-07
Size: 2363705 Source RPM: dateutils-0.4.3-lp151.2.5.src.rpm
Summary: Nifty command line date and time utilities
Dateutils are a bunch of tools that revolve around fiddling with dates
and times in the command line with a strong focus on use cases that
arise when dealing with large amounts of financial data. Their target
market is shell scripts that need date calculations or calendar
conversions, and as such they are highly pipe-able and modeled after
their well-known cousins (e.g. dtest vs. test, or dgrep vs. grep).






* Sat Mar 03 2018
  - bump version 0.4.3
    * Features:
    - base expansion works for times now
    * Bugfixes:
    - durations in months weeks and days are calculated
      like durations in months and days, consistency
    - am and pm indicators in inputs are handled properly
    - military midnights decay when not printed in full
* Thu Nov 09 2017
  - revert non-portable changes of the last commit (SLE 11 build)
* Wed Oct 18 2017
  - bump version 0.4.2
    * Features:
    - allow %- specifiers to turn off padding (as GNU date does)
    - support matlab day numbers, as mdn or matlab
    * Bugfixes:
    - fix build issue on FBSD 11
    - allow zones to transition at INT_MAX (mapped to never)
  - lint spec file
  - move from bitbucket to github link
  - remove patch which is upstream now:
* Mon Apr 03 2017
  - fix incompatibility with tzdata/tzcode >= 2017a,
* Thu Dec 15 2016
  - bump version 0.4.1, this is a bugfix release.
    * Bugfixes:
    - bug/50, keep end-of-term (ultimo) property in dateseq(1)
    - allow today/now for ywd dates in 1 parameter dateseq(1)
    - allow different calendars for start and end date in dateseq(1)
    - round time in dateround(1) in zone then convert --from-zone
    - allow SPC padded numerals in %d input format
    * See info page examples and/or README.
  - remove patch which is upstream now:
* Wed Jun 15 2016
  - fix .mex file extension for octave plugin,
  - explicit octave plugin file list
  - remove *.la files
* Thu Jun 02 2016
  - bump version 0.4.0, this is a feature release.
    * Bugfixes:
    - document %g/%G format specifiers
    - bug/42, accept NUL characters in input
    - bug/45, correctly display Gregorian and ISO week dates in one
    - bug/46, adhere to ISO group's official formatting of week
    - bug/47, allow rounding of Epoch based timestamps
    - bug/48, avoid crash for void input to strptime(3)
    * Features:
    - datetest supports --isvalid to conditionalise on date/time
    - all tools support --from-locale to parse localised input
    - tools with output formatting support --locale to format
      output according to locale
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Fri Jan 22 2016
  - bump version 0.3.5, this is a bugfix release.
    * Bugfixes:
    - bug/40, distinguish between numerals-only dates and durations
    - tests will succeed independent of current date
    * See info page examples and/or README.
  - remove dateutils-0.3.4-fix-test-126.patch (upstream applied)
* Sun Jan 10 2016
  - Fix build:
    * add dateutils-0.3.4-fix-test-126.patch (from upstream)
* Wed Sep 02 2015
  - remove old obsoletes line for devel package
* Mon Aug 31 2015
  - bump version 0.3.4, this is a bugfix release.
    * Bugfixes:
    - bug/39, MacOSX endianness detection
    - bug/38, ddiff day-only durations on date/times
    - dadd +2m bug is fixed, regression
    * See info page examples and/or README.
  - remove patches (upstream applied):
    * 0001-fix-build-for-compilers-without-anonymous-struct-ini.patch
    * 0002-fix-dateadd-unix-timestamp-bug.patch
* Sun Aug 02 2015
  - Correct previous changelog entries (incorrect patch names)
* Mon Jun 15 2015
  - add 0002-fix-dateadd-unix-timestamp-bug.patch
* Wed Jun 10 2015
  - bump version 0.3.3, this is a feature release.
    * Features:
    - to clarify purpose and avoid name clashes prefix binaries
      with "date". This results in: dateadd, dateconv, ... etc.
    - provide compatibilty through configure switch --with-old-names
    - provide single digit years through %_y
    - allow rounding of ISO-week dates (ywd) to week numbers
    * Bugfixes:
    - dashes behind a date do not count as tz indicator
    - UTC/TAI/GPS special coordinated zones work on systems without
      leap second support
    * See info page examples and/or README
  - add 0001-fix-build-for-compilers-without-anonymous-struct-ini.patch
    to support broken compilers (SLE 11, RHEL 6, etc.)
* Thu Mar 05 2015
  - bump version 0.3.2, this is a bugfix release.
    * Bugfixes:
    - out of range minutes will be discarded
    - bug 30 (malicious input crashes dconv) has been fixed
    * Features:
    - military midnight stamps are supported (T24:00:00)
    - 8601 ordinal dates (year + doy) are recognised directly
      (`-f yd`)
    - strptime(1) can behave in a locale-dependent way
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Fri Jan 16 2015
  - sort out distros with and without octave
* Tue Oct 07 2014
  - bump version 0.3.1, this is a bugfix release.
    * Bugfixes:
    - octave/matlab code is distributed fully
    - negative durations with refined units are minus-signed only
    - ddiff is entirely anticommutative now
    - tests don't fail if zones don't exist on the build system
    - dseq with empty ranges will no longer produce output (just as
    - arbitrary integers are not interpreted as time anymore
    - when converting from zone info properly clear zone difference
      for %Z
    - dseq(1) will automatically resort to +1mo and +1y iterators
      for wildcarded ymd dates
    - dadd(1)'ing ywd dates with output as ymd works properly now
    * Features:
    - ddiff can output nanosecond diffs
    - automatic fix-up of dates is documented now
    - parser errors and fix ups are reported through return code 2
    - dseq with no `-f|--format` stays in the calendric system of
      the start value instead of converting all output to ymd
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Tue Aug 26 2014
  - bump version 0.3.0, this is a feature release.
    * Features:
    - dgrep supports time zones both for the expression and the
    - timezones can be specified by alternative codes and
      [tzmap files][1]
    - new tool dzone to inspect date/times in multiple timezones in
    - new tool dsort to sort input chronologically
    - gengetopt and help2man maintainer dependencies removed
    - lilian/julian inputs via `-i ldn` and `-i jdn`
    - ymcw dates now follow ISO 8601 in using 07 to denote Sunday
    * Bugfixes:
    - ddiff takes differences between a unix epoch stamp and a
    - zone converter assigns correct sign to zone difference when
      using %Z
    - weekdays are properly calculated from epoch stamps (issue 24)
    * See info page examples and/or README.
  - enable Octave/Matlab plugin
  - remove useless devel package
* Wed Jan 29 2014
  - bump version 0.2.7, this is a feature release.
    * Features:
    - dgrep supports -v|--invert-match like grep
    - output specifier %G is supported for compatibility with POSIX
    - ddiff calculates year-day differences
    - ddiff calculates ISO-week date differences
    - ddiff output can be zero and space padded through 0 and SPC
    - zoneinfo database on AIX >= 6.1 is taken into account
    * Bug fixes:
    - ddiff can calculate full year differences, [issue 21][1] fixed
    - dseq now accepts %W, %V output formats, [issue 22][2] fixed
    - builds with clang >= 3.3 work again, [clang bug 18028][3]
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Tue Oct 29 2013
  - bump version 0.2.6, this is a bug fix release.
    * issue 19, -q|--quiet no longer sends some commands into an
    * netbsd test failures are fixed (due to missing leap seconds)
    * AIX builds are supported (getopt_long() is part of the code
    * internally the test harness is migrated to the cli-testing tool
      this fixes an issue when tests are run in directories with odd
      names (spaces, dollar signs, etc. in the path name)
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Thu Jul 25 2013
  - bump version 0.2.5, this is a bug fix release.
    * issue 18, long inputs to a short specifier string will yield an
    * consume zone specs (a la +1200) in the input via %Z specifier
    * ddiff's stdin stamps will undergo conversion according to
    - -from-zone
    * clean up dist for inclusion in debian
    * See info page examples and/or README.-
* Thu Feb 07 2013
  - bump version 0.2.4, this is a bug fix release.
    * added special output format `jdn' and `ldn' for julian/lilian
      day number
    * multiple occurrences of date/times within one line are now all
      processed rather than only the first occurrence
    * zone difference specifier (%Z) is supported for parsing and
    * matlab zone converter tzconv has been added
    * building with icc 13 works now
    * many gcc warnings are fixed
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Fri Sep 14 2012
  - bump version 0.2.3, this is a bug fix and feature release.
    * ISO 8601 week dates are now first class objectsi
      (of type DT_YWD)
    * introduce %rY specifier to denote years in calendars that
      deviate from the Gregorian year
    * dgrep accepts short-hand inputs (today, now, etc.) and also
      inputs as specified by -i
    * dadd'ing months and years to YMCW dates works now
    * zoneinfo files with only transitions in the past are handled
      properly (bug #10)
    * dseq with just 1 argument is working properly (story #36051287)
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Fri Jul 20 2012
  - bump version 0.2.2, this is a bug fix and feature release.
    * Olson's zoneinfo database files are checked for at configure
    * leap-aware calculations use shipped leapseconds file
    * ddiff and dadd can take leap-second transitions into account
    * issue 7: ddiff without arguments does not segfault
    * issue 8: dadd copes with huge summands
    * issue 9: dadd stumbles on ymcw dates
    * bug 33104651: bday negative difference A > B ddiff A B -f %db
      is wrong
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Tue Jun 19 2012
  - bump version 0.2.1, this is a bug fix and feature release.
    * The dadd tool now supports mass-adding durations (from stdin).
    * The ddiff tool is now time zone aware.
    * A new tool dround is added to round dates or times or
      date-times to the next occurrence of what's given as
    * Bug fixes:
    - issue 7: ddiff without arguments does not segfault
    - issue 8: dadd copes with huge summands
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Tue Apr 10 2012
  - bump version 0.2.0, this is a feature release.
    * The distinction between binaries for date, time and date-time
      processing is cleared up by a unified set of tools, prefixed
      with `d'.
      dadd + tadd -> dadd
      dconv + tconv + dtconv -> dconv
      ddiff + tdiff -> ddiff
      dgrep + tgrep -> dgrep
      dseq + tseq -> dseq
      dtest + ttest -> dtest
    * Furthermore, all tools now fully cope with dates, times and
    * Virtual timezones have been added (use `GPS' or `TAI').
    * See info page examples and/or README.
* Fri Mar 23 2012
  - bump version 0.1.10, this is a bug fix release.
    * account for big-endian machines
    * GNUisms (mempcpy() and getline()) are removed
    * inf-loop in tseq is fixed (bug #6)
    * nanoseconds are preserved upon time zone conversion
  - add byteswap.patch to fix build for old distros
* Wed Feb 01 2012
  - bump version 0.1.9, this is a bug fix release.
    * The code for date addition is refactored, with it a new
      duration type is introduced, DT_MD, to capture larger month and
      day summands.
* Tue Jan 03 2012
  - bump version 0.1.8, this is a bug fix release.
    * A bit fiddling bug gave erroneous results in `dconv now'.
    * Furtherly, date expressions (for dgrep et al.) can now be
      arbitrarily joined with conjunctions (&&) and disjunctions (||)
      as well as negations (!).
* Thu Oct 27 2011
  - bump version 0.1.7, this is a bug fix release.
* Fri Oct 21 2011
  - bump version 0.1.6
* Wed Sep 14 2011
  - initial package datetools 0.1.2



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