This simple library allows the use of local-time:timestamp objects in CLSQL models and queries.
Just include this library in your dependencies. You don't have to do anything else. After that you can use timestamp objects like so:
(clsql:def-view-class foo () ((id :type integer) (created-at :type local-time:timestamp)))
At this point you can load these instances, save these instances, and
query them by the
MIT License, see LICENSE file