2001-12-31T23:59:59- ISO 8601 format
A string is accepted as a valid time interval string if it conforms to the following grammar:
interval ::= date | date '/' date | 'P' duration '/' date | date '/' 'P' duration ; date ::= year ('-' month ('-' day ('T' hour (':' minute (':' second))))) | '$today' | '$now' ; duration ::= NUM unit | duration NUM unit ; unit ::= 'y' | 'm' | 'w' | 'd' | 'h' | 'M' | 'S' year, month, day, hour, minute, second ::= NUM
An incompletely specified date will be completed by including as much time as possible.For example, if the start of a date range is specified by just a year, e.g.
1999/2006, it will be interpreted as starting at January 1st 1999, at zero hours zero minutes zero seconds. Similarly for the end of the range;
2006will be interpreted as the last second of 2006. If only one date is specified (e.g. the interval string is
1999) it will be treated as if the same date were the start and the end i.e.
1999is interpreted as the whole of the year 1999.
|You write||You mean|
|2003-12-12||12th Dec 2003, from 0:00 to 23:59:59|
|$today||any second during the present day|
|2003||any time in the year 2003|
||from March 28th to May 15th of the year 2003|
|2003/P20w||the first 20 weeks of the year 2003|
|P20w/2003||the last 20 weeks of the year 2003|
|P1d/$now||the last 24 hours|
|$now/P50y||the next 50 years|
||the whole year 2003|
||three weeks before today|
|P2d/$today||today and yesterday|
2003-12-12/14means 12th Dec 2003 00:00 to 14th Dec 2003 23:59:59. However this shorthand is not supported by Foswiki and must be written as