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  • Dec 18 2020 21:30
    mikla synchronize #35
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    mikla on deps_update

    Scala.js 1.3.1 (compare)

  • Dec 18 2020 21:21
    mikla synchronize #35
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    mikla on deps_update

    Scala.js 1.3.1 (compare)

  • Dec 18 2020 20:38
    mikla synchronize #35
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    mikla on deps_update

    Bump cats to 2.3.1 and etc. (compare)

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    mikla on deps_update

    disable coverarge. (compare)

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    sure:required (compare)

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    Trigger Build (compare)

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    mikla on deps_update

    bump sbt. revert coverage back. (compare)

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Vladimir Pavkin
@vpavkin
0.5.0 is out with cats 0.8.0 and scalaJS 0.6.13
Anand Krishnan
@iamanandkris
Hello Pavkin, how can we convert an epoch to a date using DTC, is there any example for that?
David
@davoclavo
Hi all! I'm trying out DTC in order to be able to generate a LocalDateTime-like instances out of an ISO8601 string, such as 2020-05-26T09:24:30 -- however I have not been able to find how can I create it from that string value. Any pointers?
David
@davoclavo
As far as I understand, JS's Date is able to parse out ISO formatted datetimes, I am just unable to construct a JSDate object out of it because it is a private class and the only constructors available are both of the .of methods that either pass LocalDate+LocalTime or a broken down version of the date
Just for context, I get these ISO dates from an API
David
@davoclavo
I ended up using dtc-moment and just calling Moment.apply(str: String): Date