A Clojure(Script) library for dealing with time. Intended as a replacement for clj-time.
(require [tick.alpha.api :as t]) ;; Get the current time (t/now)
Alpha: Ready to use with the caveat that the API might still undergo minor changes.
REPL with nREPL server
Port is written to
Run tests with:
Then navigate to http://localhost:9500/figwheel-extra-main/auto-testing
Or, From the Clojure REPL type
(node) to get a node repl.
Tick is based on the same original idea as Chime. The motivation is to be able to view timelines of remaining times while the schedule is running. Thanks to James Henderson for his work on Chime.
In particular, special credit to Eric Evans for discovering Allen’s interval algebra and pointing out its potential usefulness, demonstrating a working implementation of Allen’s ideas in his Clojure library.
Thanks also to my esteemed colleagues Patrik Kårlin for his redesign of the interval constructor function, and Henry Widd for porting to cljc.
Copyright & License
The MIT License (MIT)
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