*t')) if os.date(isdst) then time UTCAdjusted = time UTCNow - 3600 end local item Time Stamp = Time Stamp(item Date) local diff Total = time UTCNow - item Time Stamp SKIN: Bang('!Set Option', 'Meter Now Local', 'Text', 'Now Local: '.date(standard Format, time Local Now)) SKIN: Bang('!
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One of the things that often comes up is how to figure out how much elapsed (or remaining) time there is from now to a date and time string you get from somewhere, perhaps an RSS feed.
So you might get a string like , and want to know how many weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds old (or in the future) that date and time is.
It will set up a variable to hold a standard format string that we will use with to pretty up the current date and time, and it will get a "handle" to the measure in our skin that will be giving us the ISO-8601 date and time string we want to parse.
The Update() function will do the following: Get the current value of the measure from the skin What we are doing is checking the field "isdst" (is it currently Daylight Saving Time?