Times around the world because no brain should have to work out what time it is in NYC or what time it is here when it's 4PM in London or what time 4PM in London is here...
I wrote this first for sample code, then for myself, then for friends.
I didn't intend to push this out but darn if it isn't useful.
Check the time at a given location, "now Sao Paolo Brazil". Locations are diacritical and case insensitive. Use postcodes, cities, states, countries, even place names like "now Lincoln Memorial"
When it's this time here: "now --local 5PM Bath UK" When it's that time there: "now --remote 5PM Bath UK"
Valid time styles: 5PM, 5:30PM, 17:30, 1730. (No spaces.)
USAGE: now [--local ] [--remote ] [ ...]
OPTIONS: [email protected], -l, --at, --here, --local When it's this local time -r, --when, --there, --remote When it's this remote time -h, --help Show help information.
% now sao paolo brazil São Paulo 3:50:58 PM (GMT-3 Brasilia Standard Time) % now --local 4PM sao paolo brazil São Paulo 9:00:00 PM (GMT-3 Brasilia Standard Time) % now --remote 4PM sao paolo brazil Local 1:00:00 PM (GMT-3 Brasilia Standard Time)
Note: Bug filed because help is showing
remoteas the value for the remote time.
brew install mint).
mint install erica/now
swift buildin the top level directory. The built utility can be found in
.build/debug/now. Run with
I just started this section so if you pitched in and I forgot to mention you, please let me know so I can update this!
Darren Ford (code review), Ryan Booker (code review and improvements, and not least Paul Hudson (for living in the wrong time zone)
I want to add tests that will work regardless of where the utility is built and tested. (I do all tests outside of Xcode right now.)
If you have suggestions or pointers, please let me know. Thanks!