Projects / mxDateTime


mxDateTime is a Python module designed to do complex date/time handling with Python. It includes new Python extensions objects for storing and working with date and time as well as date/time parsers, access to the NIST time services and many different conversion routines to other well-known date/time standards such as ISO, ARPA, COM dates, Unix ticks, JDN, MJD, TJD and others.

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  •  23 May 2011 11:40

    Release Notes: Support was added for Python 2.7 on all supported platforms. Native Windows x64 support was added. Many new features were included to enhance interoperability with Python's datetime module and to increase overall performance. The new mx.Misc.Daemon module was added, which provides abstractions to implement Unix daemon processes. Code cleanups were added and the code was switched to Python's own memory allocator, which results in performance enhancements across all subpackages. easy_install support was added back and pip support was included.

    •  06 Dec 2004 22:08

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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