/ std.datetime

torhu no at spam.invalid
Tue Jan 18 11:52:00 PST 2011

On 18.01.2011 12:34, Richard Chamberlain wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm in the process of learning D, and to do so I'm converting some older code.
> I need to print out the current local date and time, which is causing
> some difficulties because doesn't seem adequate in this
> respect. I understand there is soon to be a replacement, std.datetime,
> which I suspect will be much easier.
> When are we likely to see a new release which includes std.datetime?
> If not relatively soon I presume the easiest thing to do is to download
> it myself and recompile the phobos library to include it. In which case
> there seems to be already a std.datetime with different functionality,
> is this used elsewhere in phobos? i.e. if I replace it with the new
> std.datetime is that OK?

You could always use the C functions, if you import core.stdc.time.  The 
ctime and strftime functions should do the trick.

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