Source code for libcloud.utils.iso8601

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ISO 8601 date time string parsing

Basic usage:
>>> import iso8601
>>> iso8601.parse_date("2007-01-25T12:00:00Z")
datetime.datetime(2007, 1, 25, 12, 0, tzinfo=<iso8601.iso8601.Utc ...>)
>>>
"""

# Taken from pyiso8601 which is licensed under the MIT license.

from datetime import datetime, timedelta, tzinfo
import re

__all__ = ["parse_date", "parse_date_allow_empty", "ParseError"]

# Adapted from http://delete.me.uk/2005/03/iso8601.html
ISO8601_REGEX = re.compile(
    r"(?P<year>[0-9]{4})(-(?P<month>[0-9]{1,2})(-(?P<day>[0-9]{1,2})"
    r"((?P<separator>.)(?P<hour>[0-9]{2}):(?P<minute>[0-9]{2})(:(?P<second>[0-9]{2})(\.(?P<fraction>[0-9]+))?)?"  # NOQA
    r"(?P<timezone>Z|(([-+])([0-9]{2}):([0-9]{2})))?)?)?)?"
)
TIMEZONE_REGEX = re.compile(
    "(?P<prefix>[+-])(?P<hours>[0-9]{2}).(?P<minutes>[0-9]{2})"
)  # NOQA


[docs]class ParseError(Exception): """Raised when there is a problem parsing a date string"""
# Yoinked from python docs ZERO = timedelta(0) class Utc(tzinfo): """UTC""" def utcoffset(self, dt): return ZERO def tzname(self, dt): return "UTC" def dst(self, dt): return ZERO UTC = Utc() class FixedOffset(tzinfo): """Fixed offset in hours and minutes from UTC""" def __init__(self, offset_hours, offset_minutes, name): self.__offset = timedelta(hours=offset_hours, minutes=offset_minutes) self.__name = name def utcoffset(self, dt): return self.__offset def tzname(self, dt): return self.__name def dst(self, dt): return ZERO def __repr__(self): return "<FixedOffset %r>" % self.__name def parse_timezone(tzstring, default_timezone=UTC): """Parses ISO 8601 time zone specs into tzinfo offsets""" if tzstring == "Z": return default_timezone # This isn't strictly correct, but it's common to encounter dates without # timezones so I'll assume the default (which defaults to UTC). # Addresses issue 4. if tzstring is None: return default_timezone m = TIMEZONE_REGEX.match(tzstring) prefix, hours, minutes = m.groups() hours, minutes = int(hours), int(minutes) if prefix == "-": hours = -hours minutes = -minutes return FixedOffset(hours, minutes, tzstring)
[docs]def parse_date(datestring, default_timezone=UTC, allow_empty=False): """Parses ISO 8601 dates into datetime objects The timezone is parsed from the date string. However it is quite common to have dates without a timezone (not strictly correct). In this case the default timezone specified in default_timezone is used. This is UTC by default. """ if not datestring: if allow_empty: return None raise ValueError("datestring must be valid date string and not None") m = ISO8601_REGEX.match(datestring) if not m: raise ParseError("Unable to parse date string %r" % datestring) groups = m.groupdict() tz = parse_timezone(groups["timezone"], default_timezone=default_timezone) if groups["fraction"] is None: groups["fraction"] = 0 else: groups["fraction"] = int(float("0.%s" % groups["fraction"]) * 1e6) return datetime( int(groups["year"]), int(groups["month"]), int(groups["day"]), int(groups["hour"]), int(groups["minute"]), int(groups["second"]), int(groups["fraction"]), tz, )
[docs]def parse_date_allow_empty(datestring, default_timezone=UTC): """ Parses ISO 8601 dates into datetime objects, but allow empty values. In case empty value is found, None is returned. """ return parse_date( datestring=datestring, default_timezone=default_timezone, allow_empty=True )