API Reference timex v3.7.9



Represents a DateTime which is ambiguous due to timezone rules.

Represents a choice of two possible timezone periods for a given point in time.

This module contains functions for working with dates in the Julian calendar.

This protocol is used for comparing and diffing different date/time representations

This module provides a friendly API for working with Erlang timestamps, i.e. {megasecs, secs, microsecs}. In addition, it provides an easy way to wrap the measurement of function execution time (via measure).

This module defines the behaviour for custom DateTime formatters.

Date formatting language used by default by the formatting functions in Timex.

Relative time, based on Moment.js

Date formatting language defined by the strftime function from the Standard C Library.

This module defines the behaviour for custom Time formatters

Handles formatting Duration values as ISO 8601 durations as described below.

Handles formatting timestamp values as human readable strings. For formatting timestamps as points in time rather than intervals, use Timex.format

Used for errors encountered during string formatting.

This module is used for creating and manipulating date/time intervals.

Thrown when an error occurs with formatting an Interval

This is the base plugin behavior for all Timex date/time string parsers.

Defines the API for a custom tokenizer which can extend Timex's datetime parsing facilities.

Implements the parser for the default DateTime format strings.

Implements the parser for strftime-style datetime format strings.

This module is responsible for parsing input strings into Duration structs. The actual parsing is delegated to specific parser modules, but this module provides a unified API for all of them.

This module parses ISO-8601 duration strings into Duration structs.

Used for errors encountered during parsing.

Parses POSIX-style timezones

This module is responsible for parsing binary zoneinfo files, such as those found in /usr/local/zoneinfo.

Represents the data retrieved from a binary tzfile.

Used when parsing POSIX-TZ timezone rules.

This protocol defines the API for functions which take a Date, NaiveDateTime, or DateTime as input.

This module provides helper functions for working with Times

This module is used for looking up the timezone information for a given point in time, in the desired zone. Timezones are dependent not only on locale, but the date and time for which you are querying. For instance, the timezone offset from UTC for Europe/Moscow is different for March 3rd of 2015, than it was in 2013. These differences are important, and as such, all functions in this module are date/time sensitive, and where omitted, the current date/time are assumed.

This module is responsible for determining the timezone configuration of the local machine. It determines this from a number of sources, depending on platform, but the order of precedence is as follows

All relevant timezone information for a given period, i.e. Europe/Moscow on March 3rd, 2013