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More Exhaustive ISO 8601 timezone offset support #1061

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cpillsbury opened this issue Aug 15, 2019 · 0 comments
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More Exhaustive ISO 8601 timezone offset support #1061

cpillsbury opened this issue Aug 15, 2019 · 0 comments

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@cpillsbury cpillsbury commented Aug 15, 2019

What version of Ajv you are you using?
6.10.2

What problem do you want to solve?
More exhaustive support of ISO8601 timezone/time offset representations for "time" and "date-time" JSON Schema format validators.

What do you think is the correct solution to problem?
Update the regular expressions used for "time" and "date-time" in both "full" and "fast" format modes.

Will you be able to implement it?
Yes

Examples of unsupported but ISO8601 compliant "time" and "date-time" formats:

Times:
"02:31:17+0130"
"02:31:17-05"

Date Times:
"2016-01-31T02:31:17+0130"
"2016-01-31T02:31:17-01"

cjpillsbury pushed a commit to cjpillsbury/ajv that referenced this issue Aug 15, 2019
…ns to support two digit and colon-less variants of timezone offset. Add tests. Update test eslint to include global after function.
cjpillsbury pushed a commit to cjpillsbury/ajv that referenced this issue Sep 10, 2019
…ns to support two digit and colon-less variants of timezone offset. Add tests. Update test eslint to include global after function.
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