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Name: dateutils-octave 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: Development/Libraries/Other Build host: obs-power8-07
Size: 68151 Source RPM: dateutils-0.4.3-lp151.2.5.src.rpm
Summary: Dateutils functions for matlab and octave
Dateutils can be used from within matlab or ocatave.






* 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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