timespan performs date-based time calculations. It can calculate days, hours, minutes, or seconds between 1 Jan 1970 and the specified date or between two specified dates.
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Release Notes: The argument system has been entirely rewritten, and the ouput format has entirely changed. Multiple outputs are possible for operations. File I/O has been removed in favor of shell scripting capabilities. Multiple files and functions have been removed, and a new file and several new functions added. Case insensitivity has been added to month names. All globals are now const. Struct names have been changed. The use of unsigned types is much more extensive. Obscure bugs in calcdate() have been fixed. Support files for Visual Studio compilers have been updated. The documentation has been updated.
Release Notes: This release focuses on documentation, primarily for the Win32 platform. Detailed instructions for configuring and building using the Cygwin platform alone or with the command line compiler from MSVC6 or MSVS.NET have been added, as well as instructions for building using the provided VC6 and VS.NET project files. Additional documentation has been added or cleaned up.
Release Notes: This version fixes a minor leap year bug, a bug relating to the year 1582, and a compiler error on g++ 3.4. It adds support for MS VC++6 and MS VS.NET. It cleans up the source files so that fewer lines exceed 80 characters. It implements overloaded << and >> operators for systems that could not output 64-bit integers with those operators, and a basic version of baseline() for systems without it. It also updates the HTML documentation.
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