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QDateTime and Qt::ISODate
I'm not sure that this is the right place to write about inaccuracy in documentation but i don't know any other.
Documentation says that QDateTime::fromString( str, Qt::ISODate ) will take string with either YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS or YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSTZD format. But the letter 'T' is not necessary (you can use space instead, like SQLite and PostgreSQL do).
If you make a feature request on "jira":https://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/secure/Dashboard.jspa it's more likely the docs Trolls will read this.
Thanks for conibuting this.
Thank you for the link. I've made a feature request.
ZapB last edited by
You could also add a doc note on the docs hosted on this site [[Doc:QDateTime]]
is it possible to copy the link to your bugreport here?
The way things work is as follows :
using that link, people can visit your bug report easily and vote for it. The issues with more votes are considered more important.
Also if you put a link to this thread the trolls can sometimes better understand the context of your suggestion.
Eddy, here is the link
Here is another one
It's not so relevant to the topic (it's about QDate) but i don't think that it's worth creating another thread.
ok thanks !
andre last edited by
On your second report: I don't think things like this will happen. There is a movement to decrease the size of the API surface, not the clutter it with convenience methods. QDate will get a big overhaul in Qt 5 anyway, where a lot of stuff will be added, and a clearer separation will be made into different classes that get different functionality (QDate, QDateTime, QCalendarSystem, QLocale, ...)
Thanks for the answer, i understand.