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Source code for celery.utils.iso8601

"""Parse ISO8601 dates.

Originally taken from :pypi:`pyiso8601`
(https://bitbucket.org/micktwomey/pyiso8601)

Modified to match the behavior of ``dateutil.parser``:

    - raise :exc:`ValueError` instead of ``ParseError``
    - return naive :class:`~datetime.datetime` by default
    - uses :class:`pytz.FixedOffset`

This is the original License:

Copyright (c) 2007 Michael Twomey

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
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"""
import re
from datetime import datetime

from pytz import FixedOffset

__all__ = ('parse_iso8601',)

# Adapted from http://delete.me.uk/2005/03/iso8601.html
ISO8601_REGEX = re.compile(
    r'(?P<year>[0-9]{4})(-(?P<month>[0-9]{1,2})(-(?P<day>[0-9]{1,2})'
    r'((?P<separator>.)(?P<hour>[0-9]{2}):(?P<minute>[0-9]{2})'
    r'(:(?P<second>[0-9]{2})(\.(?P<fraction>[0-9]+))?)?'
    r'(?P<timezone>Z|(([-+])([0-9]{2}):([0-9]{2})))?)?)?)?'
)
TIMEZONE_REGEX = re.compile(
    r'(?P<prefix>[+-])(?P<hours>[0-9]{2}).(?P<minutes>[0-9]{2})'
)


[docs]def parse_iso8601(datestring): """Parse and convert ISO-8601 string to datetime.""" m = ISO8601_REGEX.match(datestring) if not m: raise ValueError('unable to parse date string %r' % datestring) groups = m.groupdict() tz = groups['timezone'] if tz == 'Z': tz = FixedOffset(0) elif tz: m = TIMEZONE_REGEX.match(tz) prefix, hours, minutes = m.groups() hours, minutes = int(hours), int(minutes) if prefix == '-': hours = -hours minutes = -minutes tz = FixedOffset(minutes + hours * 60) return datetime( int(groups['year']), int(groups['month']), int(groups['day']), int(groups['hour'] or 0), int(groups['minute'] or 0), int(groups['second'] or 0), int(groups['fraction'] or 0), tz )