CCTZ contains two underlying libraries which build on the C++11
chrono. The first covers civil time for
computing with human-scale time such as dates and time. It is
header-only. The second covers time zones and allow translation
between absolute time and civil time.
RcppCCTZ brings CCTZ to R by means of Rcpp.
CCTZ requires a valid timezone library as well as recent-enough compiler to cope with C++11.
Windows is supported since version 0.2.0 via the
compiler, but note that it provides an incomplete C++11
std::get_time function was ported from libc++ of
the LLVM to enable this. However, string formatting is more limited as
the libc++ library used by
g++-4.9 does not provide complete
C++11 semantics. As one example, CCTZ frequently uses
which do not work on Windows; one has to use
Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote the package; Dan Dillon ported
from LLVM's libc++; Bradley White and Greg Miller wrote the underlying CCTZ library.
Maintainer: Dirk Eddelbuettel <email@example.com>
The CCZT repository at https://github.com/google/cctz has additional information.
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