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    Henry Dyer
    @Direthoughts
    In particular, could Moment's manipulate function be used to change the timestamps shown to readers in <time> tags which have had the normal metadata stripped out on a wordpress install
    Or is it more likely that the changing timestamps (which can be different at the same time to different readers on varying devices) are being fiddled with elsewhere
    Because part of their wordpress theme & scripts is Moment.js
    Mohamed eliyas
    @Eliyas
    Hi guys,
    I am working on issue #4507
    I try to debug the code i found the issue. Actually the isSame() method in compare module only checks for local date format. Utc is defaultly set to false.
    I can able to fix this issue by using createLocalOrUTC method instead of createLocal.
    Rakshit
    @rakishii13
    #4495 what is the status of this one? Typescript is giving errors that hTML5_FMT is not typeof moment when trying to use the const. as a special format.
    Lauren
    @lad475
    Hi everyone! I wanted to attempt to tackle adding the feature suggested in #4514 and wanted to see if anyone had any advice as to where I should look to attempt to contribute :) This would be my first contribution to moment
    Kodie Grantham
    @kodie

    Hi there! I am the creator of the moment plugin "moment-weekdaysin" (https://github.com/kodie/moment-weekdaysin) and back in July I tried to submit it to the moment website however @maggiepint had a few concerns and denied the request suggesting that I get on here to get some advice. moment/momentjs.com#439

    So I was just wondering what you guys recommend I change in my plugin. Thank you!

    JeppiJ
    @JeppiJ
    Hi everyone!
    'DD/MM/YYYY \n H:mm' format outputs 09/04/2018 12:24,
    how can i get a line break between the date and the time?
    ex.(09/04/2018
    12:24)
    Delevarius
    @Delevarius_twitter

    Hey guys
    I have a weird issue
    I have a string ISO date, lets call it startTime
    I also have a duration string, in the format of 'HH:mm:ss'
    I need to calculate the endTime as startTime + duration

    I am trying to do this like this:
    const endTime = moment(startTime).add(moment.duration(duration))

    but I keep getting the startTime unchanged as a result
    Mark Carpenter Jr
    @mcarpenterjr
    Try establishing the duration object first and then use it inside the add function.
    Allan Ebdrup
    @ebdrup
    Hi. Moment is awesome, thanks for all your work!
    Regarding the deprecation warning: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/23263380/deprecation-warning-moment-construction-falls-back-to-js-date?utm_medium=organic&utm_source=google_rich_qa&utm_campaign=google_rich_qa
    I am intentionally feeding moment an invalid string 'NotValid' in my tests to make sure it doesn't work. This outputs the deprecation warning and messes up my test output. Is there any way to suppress the deprecation warning when running tests?
    Oh finally found it: moment.suppressDeprecationWarnings = true; right?
    Delevarius
    @Delevarius_twitter
    @mcarpenterjr thanks, that helped me :D
    Murat Aksoy
    @muratak18
    Hi guys, I'm having a problem using utc and toDate functions.
    I try to get UTC date time as javascript Date object so I use :
    moment.utc().toDate() it returns my local time but if I use moment.utc().format("YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm"); then I get the UTC date time but just a string
    what can I do ?
    Matt Scheurich
    @lvl99
    Hiya guys. I just wanted to ask a question regarding moment.startOf and moment.endOf in relation to locale and Middle Eastern countries. It seems there are a few (about 15 from my calculations) which start on a Saturday...
    I don't know how accurate this chart is, but it's currently the only source of info that I can find with some kind of tabular data connecting country names to start of the week: http://chartsbin.com/view/41671
    Matt Scheurich
    @lvl99
    I also did some quick normalisation (in conjunction with a gist I found online of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes) and further processing of the data: https://codepen.io/lvl99/pen/qYWVmd
    Maybe there's some thing more complex here as it's more to do with a country than a locale, right?
    Or maybe there's some shared locale information, I'm not sure
    Matt Scheurich
    @lvl99
    it's probably already in the code anyway
    Muhammad Sohail
    @sohail0992
    Angular Cannot find name 'moment'.
    Elvis Begović
    @elvisbegovic
    It seems moment isn’t tree sheakable lib
    All locales are in my bundle very annoying, any way avoid this? In ts project for browsers
    Mike Escalante
    @mcescalante
    I'm getting a custom string back from someone that i need format - it looks like "201608051348" which is "YYYYMMDDHHMM"... this is NOT an ISO format, and I can't seem to figure out how to parse this... is Moment going to work for that or should I just write something from scratch and parse it as a Date()
    moment('201206130139', 'YYYYMMDDHHmm') worked... i was using MM because i haven't had enough coffee
    Sharikov Vladislav
    @sharikovvladislav

    Hi!

    What is correct way to use momentjs for DATE ONLY case? DATE ONLY = date without time ?

    For instance, for the CALENDAR component (without date). How to create momentjs object without time or how to detect momentjs object was initiated without time?

    Sharikov Vladislav
    @sharikovvladislav
    Is is possible to get initial format if momentjs object was initiated with ISO string?
    Sharikov Vladislav
    @sharikovvladislav
    Hi!
    moment('2024-12').endOf('month').format('W')
    
    moment('2024-12').endOf('month').add(-12, 'hours').format('W')
    Both of these result to 1. Why? It must be something like 52.
    Sharikov Vladislav
    @sharikovvladislav
    I got it. Thank you.
    Hallvord R. M. Steen
    @hallvors
    I'm seeing a very weird test failure that boils down to moment-timezone returning an unexpected date :(
    The test uses proxyquire to stub some APIs. This seems to be significant.
    and it seems significant that some of the server files used require('moment') while the test used require('moment-timezone')
    Code attempts to find next spring's DST change date for Oslo/Norway this way: moment().tz('Europe/Oslo').add(1, 'year').month(2).endOf('month') .weekday(0)
    Hallvord R. M. Steen
    @hallvors
    now, this is very strange: if proxyquire runs before this code, and sets up a server with APIs that do require('moment'), the calculation above ends up with an unexpected date!?? March 25th 2019 (a Monday) rather than the expected 31st.
    Mark Carpenter Jr
    @mcarpenterjr
    Do you know what version of moment the proxyquire server is requiring? The docs state that moment-timezone depends on moment 2.9.0+. Could also be a bug in between 2.9 and the current release, if the deps haven't been updated.
    jacobg
    @jacobg

    The docs say the following:

    Note: if you chain multiple actions to construct a date, you should start from a year, then a month, then a day etc. Otherwise you may get unexpected results, like when day=31 and current month has only 30 days (the same applies to native JavaScript Date manipulation), the returned date will be the 30th of the current month (see month for more details).
    
    Bad: moment().date(day).month(month).year(year)
    
    Good: moment().year(year).month(month).date(day)

    Based on that information I would expect:
    moment().year(2018).month(3).date(31).format()
    To print: "2018-04-30T13:20:40-04:00”
    But instead it prints: "2018-05-01T13:20:40-04:00”
    Why?

    Ivo Raisr
    @ivosh
    I am seeing weird test failures for all locales, when run with 'grunt test'. The environment has been setup as per CONTRIBUTING.md. Here is one manifestation of this problem:
    Died on test #1 at global.test.QUnit.test (/home/iraisr/moment/node_modules/node-qunit/lib/child.js:133:21)
    at /home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/test/locale/cs.js:553:5
    at test (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/test/locale/cs.js:4:43)
    at Object.<anonymous> (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/test/locale/cs.js:7:2)
    at Module._compile (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:702:30)
    at Object.Module._extensions..js (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:713:10)
    at Module.load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:612:32): undefined$S is not defined
    ReferenceError: undefined$S is not defined
    at prepareConfig (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/moment.js:2560:43)
    at createFromConfig (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/moment.js:2544:44)
    at createLocalOrUTC (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/moment.js:2631:16)
    at createLocal (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/moment.js:2635:16)
    at hooks (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/moment.js:12:29)
    at Object.<anonymous> (/home/iraisr/moment/build/umd/test/locale/cs.js:554:22)
    I was not able to find anywhere how those 'undefined$..' variables are constructed...
    Ivo Raisr
    @ivosh
    This problem manifests also in CI-Travis builds, for example:
    https://github.com/ivosh/moment/pull/1/checks?check_run_id=4681503
    Robert Stiffler
    @stifflerus
    I'm seeing behavior with the .isAfter() method that I'd like to confirm is unexpected before I make a bug report. It looks like the comparison with day-granularity (moment1.isAfter(moment2, 'day')) depends upon the locale of moment1 to determine if the day number is equal.
    for example
    moment(new Date('2018-07-03T03:00:00.000Z')).isAfter(new Date('2018-07-03T00:00:00.000Z'), 'day') //false
    this is false because my locale is GMT-4 so '2018-07-03T03:00:00.000Z' is actually Jul 02 in my locale