git clone 'https://github.com/henryw374/cljc.java-time.git'
A Clojure(Script) library which mirrors the java.time api through kebab-case-named vars.
See my talk at Clojure/North 2019 for more background.
tick is a higher level date-time library that uses this one. Even if you're using cljc.java-time directly, ie not through tick, it has very relevant docs on extra setup for use with ClojureScript
time-literals is a Clojure(Script) library which provides tagged literals for objects from jsr-310 domain
This library sits atop
platforms. Writing cross-platform code that uses those libraries directly is harder than interop normally is because:
For every class in java.time, there is a clojure namespace.
For example, corresponding to
java.time.LocalDate, there is a namespace
In that and every other namespace, there is one var per public method/field in the corresponding class.
For example, for the method
java.time.LocalDate/parse, there is a corresponding function
Instance methods take the instance as the extra first arg
Get it from Clojars
In .cljc file ``` (ns my.cljc (:require [cljc.java-time.local-date :as ld])
;create a date (def a-date (ld/parse “2019-01-01”))
;add some days (ld/plus-days a-date 99)
java.time.Year#isLeap exists as an instance method and a static method. Only the static version has been wrapped.
The code of this project consists of mechanically generated functions for the java.time methods, even if those methods are
inherited via superclasses or interfaces. In this project, functions are generated in every class they can be applied to. For example there is
cljc.java-time.temporal.temporal/is-supported and also
cljc.java-time.local-date/is-supported, with the latter being
essentially unnecessary but included anyway.
New methods were added in Java 9 - these are not included in this library
Be aware that the Implementation is not 100%. It's probably 99% though and anything you find missing can be added via pull request to js-joda
Copyright © 2019 Widd Industries
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.