parsetime

convert strings like 'five days ago' (in english, german, french or portuguese) to an integer (with time in seconds)

#parseTime.js

convert strings like "five days ago" to an integer (with time in milliseconds (as relative value from now and as UNIX Timestamp)) in three languages (en, de, pt)
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##about

License: MIT
Version: 0.2.6
Date: 08.2013

##demo

Test this code on the associated github page simonwaldherr.github.com/parseTime.js/.

##version

  • 0.2.6) bugfixes and minor improvements
  • 0.2.5) added french (thanks to @fdev31)
  • 0.2.4) added portuguese (thanks to @tarciozemel)
  • 0.2.3) parse tomorrow morning and yesterday evening
  • 0.2.2) build via grunt and lang in seperate files
  • 0.2.1) parse non strict DIN1355-1 and other
  • 0.2.0) should now work in fucking firefox
  • 0.1.9) RFC2822 and ISO8601 fix (year and day)
  • 0.1.8) parse "morning" and "evening"
  • 0.1.7) regex fix and return false if not parsable
  • 0.1.6) better DIN1355-1 handling and bugfixes
  • 0.1.5) parse DIN1355-1 and strings like "tomorrow"
  • 0.1.4) unit indexOf fix
  • 0.1.3) parse RFC2822 and ISO8601
  • 0.1.2) smaller valid code
  • 0.1.1) beautified
  • 0.1.0) Init Commit

##feature request

you can request more features and date format types with the github issue tracker.

##contact

Feel free to contact me via eMail, on App.net or on Twitter. This software will be continually developed. Suggestions and tips are always welcome.