PHP library to parse, represent and work with dates that follow the Extended Date/Time Format specification.

2.0.0 2021-04-28 13:37 UTC

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Last update: 2021-09-02 11:08:00 UTC


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EDTF PHP is a small library for parsing, representing and working with the Extended Date/Time Format specification.

EDTF PHP was created by and is maintained by Professional.Wiki. Initial development was funded by the Luxembourg Ministry of Culture. It is an open source project, and contributions are welcome!

Usage

Parsing

$parser = \EDTF\EdtfFactory::newParser();
$parsingResult = $parser->parse('1985-04-12T23:20:30');
$parsingResult->isValid(); // true
$parsingResult->getEdtfValue(); // \EDTF\EdtfValue
$parsingResult->getInput(); // '1985-04-12T23:20:30'

Validating

$validator = \EDTF\EdtfFactory::newValidator();
$validator->isValidEdtf('1985-04-12T23:20:30'); // true

Humanizing

$humanizer = \EDTF\EdtfFactory::newHumanizerForLanguage( 'en' );
$humanizer->humanize($edtfValue); // string

Object model

$edtfValue->getMax(); // int
$edtfValue->getMin(); // int
$edtfValue->covers(\EDTF\EdtfValue $anotherValue); // bool
$edtfDate->getYear(); // int
$edtfDate->isOpenInterval(); // bool
$edtfDate->getQualification(); // \EDTF\Qualification

EDTF support and limits

All level 0, 1 and 2 EDTF formats can be parsed and represented, except for:

  • Open ranges with a date (Level 2: Qualification): ..2004-06-01/2004-06-20 (This is supported: ../2004-06-20)

Humanization has more limits:

  • Significant digits (EDTF level 2): 1950S2 (some year between 1900 and 1999, estimated to be 1950)
  • Group Qualification (EDTF level 2): 2004-06~-11 (year and month approximate)
  • Qualification of Individual Component (EDTF level 2): ?2004-06-~11 (year uncertain; month known; day approximate)
  • Level 2 Unspecified Digit: 1XXX-1X (October, November, or December during the 1000s)

Installation

To use the EDTF library in your project, simply add a dependency on professional-wiki/edtf to your project's composer.json file. Here is a minimal example of a composer.json file that just defines a dependency on EDTF 1.x:

{
    "require": {
        "professional-wiki/edtf": "~1.0"
    }
}

Development

Start by installing the project dependencies by executing

composer update

You can run the tests by executing

make test

You can run style checks and static analysis by executing

make cs

To run all CI checks, execute

make

You can also invoke PHPUnit directly to pass it arguments, as follows

vendor/bin/phpunit --filter SomeClassNameOrFilter

Release notes

Version 2.0.0 - 2021-04-28

  • Fixed performance issue for sets with large range elements like 1000-01-01..2000-12-30
  • Fixed humanization of sets with more than one element, of which at least one an open range
  • Improved humanization of sets with range elements like 2000..2010
  • Intervals and set ranges with end dates earlier than their start dates are now rejected
  • Various breaking changes to the Set class
    • Constructor signature changed
    • Removed hasOpenStart and hasOpenEnd
    • Removed isSingleElement
  • Added Set::isEmpty
  • Added Set::getElements
  • Added SetElement interface with implementations
    • OpenSetElement
    • RangeSetElement
    • SingleDateSetElement
  • ExtDate::precision and Season::precision are now guaranteed to return an integer
  • precisionAsString in ExtDate and Season is now guaranteed to return a non-empty string

Version 1.3.0 - 2021-04-26

  • Fixed season support in intervals
  • Fixed parsing of open sets with an extra space like { ..2021} (thanks @chaudbak)
  • Added ExtDate::iso8601 and ExtDateTime::iso8601 (thanks @seth-shaw-unlv)
  • Added ParsingResult::getErrorMessage

Version 1.2.0 - 2021-04-16

  • Improved humanization of open sets

Version 1.1.0 - 2021-03-20

  • Added internationalization to the StructuredHumanizer service
  • Fixed handling of "year 0"

Version 1.0.0 - 2021-03-19

  • Initial release with
    • Support for EDTF levels 0, 1 and 2
    • Parsing
    • Object model
    • Internationalized humanization
    • Validation service
    • Example data