I was needing to use the time data from this plugin for other calculations, and since it had already calculated seconds, hours, days, and years, I exposed that data along with the datetime in element.data('timeago'). I figured this was better since it was not doing all of those calculations over again.
With this, you can access the data like this (example):
element.data('timeago').datetime // Same as usual
element.data('timeago').inWords; // 3 days ago
element.data('timeago').days; // 3
This also updates the tests.
Set data for element to include all time values
Add semicolon in test where it was accidentially removed
This looks like it breaks the automatic refreshing of fuzzy timestamps values as time passes each minute.
I believe you're right, as those values are only calculated on the initial creation.
Fix bug that prevented refreshing of timestamps
I thought I had fixed it, but I had not. I was looking at the wrong version. Sorry about the confusion.
I'll continue looking at this, but at this point, it's still broken.
Fix issues with automatic refreshing
Just wanted to let you know this is working for us now in case you were interested in it. If not, feel free to close!
Thanks for this awesome plugin! It's been a huge help!
@smizell Oh. So sorry. I missed the extra code commit come through. I'll take a peek as soon as I get a chance. Thanks for the nudge.
Make datetime local variable in prepareData
No problem at all. I wasn't really for sure if you got notified when I did a commit, so I wanted to followup in case.
I also corrected a small mistake where I did not use var with a variable. I just noticed it.