2 exact matches found.

Arch Repo Name Version Description Last Updated Flag Date
x86_64 Community perl-datetime 1.25-1 A complete, easy to use date and time object 2016-03-12
i686 Community perl-datetime 1.25-1 A complete, easy to use date and time object 2016-03-12

16 matching packages found.

Arch Repo Name Version Description Last Updated Flag Date
i686 Community perl-datetime 1.25-1 A complete, easy to use date and time object 2016-03-12
x86_64 Community perl-datetime 1.25-1 A complete, easy to use date and time object 2016-03-12
any Community perl-datetime-cron-simple 0.2-6 Perl/CPAN Module DateTime::Cron::Simple 2014-07-01
any Community perl-datetime-event-ical 0.13-1 Perl/CPAN Module DateTime::Event::ICal 2016-03-12
any Community perl-datetime-event-recurrence 0.18-1 Perl/CPAN Module DateTime::Event::Recurrence 2016-03-12
i686 Community perl-datetime-format-builder 0.8100-1 Create DateTime parser classes and objects 2013-05-13
x86_64 Community perl-datetime-format-builder 0.8100-1 Create DateTime parser classes and objects 2013-05-13
any Community perl-datetime-format-ical 0.09-4 Perl/CPAN Module DateTime::Format::ICal 2014-07-01
any Community perl-datetime-format-iso8601 0.08-2 Parses ISO8601 formats 2014-07-01
i686 Community perl-datetime-format-mail 0.402-1 Convert between DateTime and RFC2822/822 formats 2016-03-12
x86_64 Community perl-datetime-format-mail 0.402-1 Convert between DateTime and RFC2822/822 formats 2016-03-12
any Community perl-datetime-format-strptime 1.64-1 Parse and Format DateTimes using Strptime 2016-03-12
any Community perl-datetime-format-w3cdtf 0.06-2 Parse and format W3CDTF datetime strings 2014-07-01
any Community perl-datetime-locale 1.02-1 Localization support for DateTime.pm 2016-03-12
any Community perl-datetime-set 0.3600-1 Datetime sets and set math 2016-03-12
any Community perl-datetime-timezone 1.95-1 Time zone object base class and factory 2016-03-12

16 matching packages found.

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