perl-DateTime-Set-0.340.0-3-omv2015.0.noarch.rpm


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Description

perl-DateTime-Set - Extends Set::Infinite with recurrence functions

Property Value
Distribution OpenMandriva Lx 3.0
Repository OpenMandriva Contrib Release i586
Package name perl-DateTime-Set
Package version 0.340.0
Package release 3-omv2015.0
Package architecture noarch
Package type rpm
Installed size 137.01 KB
Download size 45.78 KB
Official Mirror abf-downloads.openmandriva.org
DateTime::Set is a module for datetime sets. It can be used to handle two
different types of sets.
The first is a fixed set of predefined datetime objects. For example, if we
wanted to create a set of datetimes containing the birthdays of people in
our family for the current year.
The second type of set that it can handle is one based on a recurrence,
such as "every Wednesday", or "noon on the 15th day of every month". This
type of set can have fixed starting and ending datetimes, but neither is
required. So our "every Wednesday set" could be "every Wednesday from the
beginning of time until the end of time", or "every Wednesday after
2003-03-05 until the end of time", or "every Wednesday between 2003-03-05
and 2004-01-07".

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
perl-DateTime-Set-0.340.0-3-omv2015.0.noarch.rpm 0.340.0 noarch OpenMandriva Contrib Release
perl-DateTime-Set - - -

Requires

Name Value
perl(Carp) -
perl(DateTime) >= 0.120.0
perl(DateTime::Duration) -
perl(DateTime::Infinite) -
perl(Params::Validate) -
perl(Set::Infinite) >= 0.590.0
perl(abi) >= 5.20.1

Provides

Name Value
perl(DateTime::Set) == 0.340.0
perl(DateTime::Span) -
perl(DateTime::SpanSet) -
perl(Set::Infinite::_recurrence) -
perl-DateTime-Set == 0.340.0-3:2015.0

Download

Type URL
Binary Package perl-DateTime-Set-0.340.0-3-omv2015.0.noarch.rpm
Source Package perl-DateTime-Set-0.340.0-3.src.rpm

Install Howto

  1. Enable OpenMandriva Contrib Release repository on Install and Remove Software
  2. Update packages list:
    # urpmi.update -a
  3. Install perl-DateTime-Set rpm package:
    # urpmi perl-DateTime-Set

Files

Path
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.20.1/DateTime/Set.pm
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.20.1/DateTime/Span.pm
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.20.1/DateTime/SpanSet.pm
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.20.1/Set/
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.20.1/Set/Infinite/_recurrence.pm
/usr/share/doc/perl-DateTime-Set/Changes
/usr/share/doc/perl-DateTime-Set/LICENSE
/usr/share/doc/perl-DateTime-Set/META.yml
/usr/share/doc/perl-DateTime-Set/README
/usr/share/man/man3/DateTime::Set.3pm.xz
/usr/share/man/man3/DateTime::Span.3pm.xz
/usr/share/man/man3/DateTime::SpanSet.3pm.xz
/usr/share/man/man3/Set::Infinite::_recurrence.3pm.xz

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perl-Devel-Dumpvar-1.60.0-5-omv2015.0.noarch.rpm A pure-OO reimplementation of dumpvar.pl
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