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Timex is a rich, comprehensive Date/Time library for Elixir projects, with full timezone support via the :tzdata package. If you need to manipulate dates, times, datetimes, timestamps, etc., then Timex is for you! It is very easy to use Timex types in place of default Erlang types, as well as Ecto types via the timex_ecto package. If you are coming from an earlier version of Timex, it is recommended that you evaluate whether or not the functionality provided by the standard library Calendar API is sufficient for your needs, as you may be able to avoid the dependency entirely. Timex now delegates to the standard library where possible, and provides backward compatibility to Elixir 1.8 for APIs which are used. This is to avoid duplicating effort, and to ease the maintenance of this library in the future. Take a look at the documentation to see what APIs are available and how to use them.
- Timex exposes a number of extension points for you
- Timex also defines a Timex.Comparable protocol
- Timex with escript
- Automatic time zone updates
- This software is licensed under the MIT license
- Timex is primarily oriented around the Olson timezone database
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