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Test for (the lack of) leap second handling.
Use QuickCheck Mini to strengthen the test framework.
Provide a test case for the 'Z' style encoding and one for Sep 1752.
Correctly handle the 'Z' type offset.
Provide a simple unparser function.
This function only has partial support for the full date specification
as we have no fractional parts in there yet. Should be easy to add
make the parser @private so it is not in documentation.
Ignore autogenerated documentation.
Correct dialyzer spec, documentation.
Validate the offset values as well, provide a spec.
Bump the README file.
The eunit target requires 'all'.
Provide a simple test framework for the unit test parses.
Improve the RFC3339 parser: Validate parse.
; We are not yet handling leap seconds.
; We lack extensive testing.
Ignore everything eunit.
Use the leex/yecc combination for parsing internet time.
Improve the parser to an inital working state.
Update the scanner leex code to satisfy what yecc expects.
Alter the scanner to reflect the actual parse some more.
Introduce a simpler parser for the RFC3339 ISO8601 profile to be used.
Get rid of the warnings by disabling stuff not currently used.
Raw parser stuff.
First shot at the parser.
Introduce inet_time_scanner as a file.
Flesh out more ISO8601 parsing. Decide that leex/yec is the way to go
Introduce a leex scanner for ISO8601 data.
Begin a parser for ISO8601 dates.
Get the dogfood example through xmerl.
Mention we could use a parser for date formats as well.
Bump ignore file.
Introduce some low level Atom feed stuff. Include ibrowse.
More README stuff.
Flesh out more IRI/URI work.
Track a README.
Add some deadweight in the form of a call-through IRI library.
Simplify names in API.