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Support Importing NSDate from Unix Timestamp #627
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I have added support for importing from JSON where dates are represented as Unix timestamps.
If a value that maps to an NSDate attribute in Core Data appears in the JSON as a string, the importing behavior is unchanged from before.
If the value appears in the JSON as a number and nothing is specified in the date attribute's userInfo for the key
dateFormat, I assume the number represents the number of seconds since 1970 (10 digits). For JSON that represents its dates as the number of milliseconds since 1970 (13 digits), add the value
dateFormatin the userInfo.
I have provided tests.