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package sprig
import (
"time"
)
// Given a format and a date, format the date string.
//
// Date can be a `time.Time` or an `int, int32, int64`.
// In the later case, it is treated as seconds since UNIX
// epoch.
func date(fmt string, date interface{}) string {
return dateInZone(fmt, date, "Local")
}
func htmlDate(date interface{}) string {
return dateInZone("2006-01-02", date, "Local")
}
func htmlDateInZone(date interface{}, zone string) string {
return dateInZone("2006-01-02", date, zone)
}
func dateInZone(fmt string, date interface{}, zone string) string {
var t time.Time
switch date := date.(type) {
default:
t = time.Now()
case time.Time:
t = date
case int64:
t = time.Unix(date, 0)
case int:
t = time.Unix(int64(date), 0)
case int32:
t = time.Unix(int64(date), 0)
}
loc, err := time.LoadLocation(zone)
if err != nil {
loc, _ = time.LoadLocation("UTC")
}
return t.In(loc).Format(fmt)
}
func dateModify(fmt string, date time.Time) time.Time {
d, err := time.ParseDuration(fmt)
if err != nil {
return date
}
return date.Add(d)
}
func dateAgo(date interface{}) string {
var t time.Time
switch date := date.(type) {
default:
t = time.Now()
case time.Time:
t = date
case int64:
t = time.Unix(date, 0)
case int:
t = time.Unix(int64(date), 0)
}
// Drop resolution to seconds
duration := time.Since(t).Round(time.Second)
return duration.String()
}
func toDate(fmt, str string) time.Time {
t, _ := time.ParseInLocation(fmt, str, time.Local)
return t
}