tonymorris at gmail.com
Sun Jun 26 02:53:50 CEST 2011
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I recently set out to write a library that required a decent time
library. Having only had a flirt with Data.Time previously, I assumed
it would be robust like many other haskell libraries. I don't know
about consensus, but I have been massively let down. I won't go in to
the details, since this is not the point -- I don't wish to complain
- -- I wish to get on with it.
So, assuming the consensus is in agreement, is there a reasonable
alternative to Data.Time (I looked on hackage and nothing seemed to
have come close)? Am I wrong in assuming Data.Time is pretty useless?
If I am right, and there is no alternative, I see no option but to
take an excursion into writing my own. Ultimately, I am just trying to
avoid this. Tips welcome.
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