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DateTimeParser std::istream capability

Postby Standard » 19 Jul 2008, 19:43

I'm using Poco for an open source project I'm working on and I am wrapping some types from Poco to make thems suitable for my needs.

I liked that many of the types I was using have made it kind of easy to support operator>> and operator<<

However I've made a hack to Poco.DateTimeParser my local poco library to make it possible for Poco.DateTime based on your current code.

It's a hack right now because I have not much time to search for a nicer solution in this matter but should not be too hard.

I will happily post the modifications here as a diff or the whole files if someone might be interessted.

Regards,
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Re: DateTimeParser std::istream capability

Postby alex » 19 Jul 2008, 21:28

I will happily post the modifications here as a diff or the whole files if someone might be interessted.

Capabilities of this forum are kind of crummy. Probably the best place to post that would be the mailing list.
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