Listed below are implementations of EDTF. Please send information about implementations to [email protected]
Provided by: Cory Lown, Duke University Libraries
Used in production by Duke University Library's digital repository to transform dates stored as EDTF strings into human readable strings for display.
Hosted gem: https://rubygems.org/gems/edtf-humanize/
Updated: June 15, 2018
Provided by:Greg Turner <[email protected]>
An implementation of EDTF format in Python, together with utility functions for parsing natural language date texts, and converting EDTF dates to related Python date objects.
see also https://pypi.python.org/pypi/edtf
Repository at https://github.com/ixc/python-edtf
Overview blog post http://info.interaction.net.au/blog/museum-dates-edtf
Updated: July 10, 2017
Sylvester Keil <[email protected]>
An implementation of EDTF, based on the working draft of ISO 8601-2. Provides both a parser and a toolkit/date library.
Date Listed: June 15, 2016
Nicolas Barbotte <[email protected]>
demo page: http://edtfy.barbotte.net
Date Listed: December 22, 2015
.NET implementation of EDTF
Nathan Harrenstein <[email protected]>
Date Listed: March 25, 2015
A Ruby implementation of the Extended Date/Time Format (EDTF)
Provided by:Sylvester Keil
Date Listed: October 31, 2012
Extended Date Time Format Levels 0, 1 and 2 Validation Service
Provided by: Mark Phillips,
Date Listed: December 19, 2012
Provided by: Richard Tallent, [email protected]
A C# implementation of EDTF for Microsoft.NET and Mono.
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