|Debian::L10n::Utils(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Debian::L10n::Utils(3pm)|
Debian::L10n::Utils - Utilities for the dl10n tools
parse_subject extract valuable informations from a subject line.
It gets a string containing the subject line (SUBJECT).
It returns an array containing the status, type, filename strings and bug number if provided or 'undef' if no status is found.
parse_from extract the sender name from the 'From:' field.
The name is build from the phrase part of the field, or if none is found, from the comment part where parentheses are removed, or if none is found, from the address where all non-alphanumeric characters are turned into spaces.
It gets a string containing the 'From:' field (FROM).
It returns a string containing the name.
parse_date extract the date from a 'Date:' field.
It gets a string containing the 'Date:' field (DATE).
It returns a string containing the date in ISO format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss ±hh:mm based on GMT
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2003,2004 Tim Dijkstra 2004 Nicolas Bertolissio 2004 Martin Quinson 2008 Nicolas François
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