Jul 20, 2023

Compatibility wrapper around Date::Parse

This module is a compatibility wrapper around DateParse.

Provides a tool to process different combinations of dates and zones values. If a date doesn’t contain a timezone suffix, and zone parameter is not set, then the timezone of the returned DateTime object will be set to the local timezone. This is consistent with the behavior of DateParse. If no zone is specified and the date string does specify a timezone/offset or if a zone format cannot be parsed by DateTimeTimeZone, the returned DateTime object will have UTC timezone.

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