Local-time library is not well suited for this, so we can remove it now. By using universal time we delegate to other librarys to provide good datetime functions to the user. As well as we delegate to the lisp implementation to handle with timezones. We are not going to cover it local and UTC times by the moment. It should be easy to modify format-value and parse-value to accept them in a future.
…sponsible of keep syncronized the bidirectional translation between Lisp names and iCalendar ones. types.lisp is updated to use translate.lisp correctly." This reverts commit f5ab887. Conflicts: types.lisp
Include support for float, utc and local [date]times.
string reprsentation of the type of a ical-value.
code to register the standard data types.
conversion of parameters. The types-* code is updated to work with this abstraction.