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as_datetime not ISO 8601 compliant #536

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ragulpr opened this issue Apr 20, 2017 · 1 comment
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as_datetime not ISO 8601 compliant #536

ragulpr opened this issue Apr 20, 2017 · 1 comment

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@ragulpr ragulpr commented Apr 20, 2017

> as_datetime("2017-03-22T15:48:00.000Z")
[1] "2017-03-21 23:00:00 UTC"

> packageDescription("lubridate")$Version 
[1] "1.6.0"

I know that ymd_hms deals with it graciously as of #158 but am I lazy or correct in expecting as_datetime to infer ISO-8601?

Originally discussed on stack overflow

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@vspinu vspinu commented Apr 21, 2017

as_datetime is a light wrapper around as.POSIXct so it will have same issue. I will add a specialized method for characters that would rely on internal parser. Thanks for bringing this up.

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