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/* -*- Mode: C -*- */
 FILE: icaltime.h
 CREATOR: eric 02 June 2000

 $Id: icaltime.h 405592 2005-04-14 19:28:51Z dfaure $
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 (C) COPYRIGHT 2000, Eric Busboom, http://www.softwarestudio.org

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 The Original Code is eric. The Initial Developer of the Original
 Code is Eric Busboom


/**   @file icaltime.h
 *    @brief struct icaltimetype is a pseudo-object that abstracts time
 *    handling.
 *    It can represent either a DATE or a DATE-TIME (floating, UTC or in a
 *    given timezone), and it keeps track internally of its native timezone.
 *    The typical usage is to call the correct constructor specifying the
 *    desired timezone. If this is not known until a later time, the
 *    correct behavior is to specify a NULL timezone and call
 *    icaltime_convert_to_zone() at a later time.
 *    There are several ways to create a new icaltimetype:
 *    - icaltime_null_time()
 *    - icaltime_null_date()
 *    - icaltime_current_time_with_zone()
 *    - icaltime_today()
 *    - icaltime_from_timet_with_zone(time_t tm, int is_date,
 *          icaltimezone *zone)
 *    - icaltime_from_string_with_zone(const char* str, icaltimezone *zone)
 *    - icaltime_from_day_of_year(int doy,  int year)
 *    - icaltime_from_week_number(int week_number, int year)
 *    italtimetype objects can be converted to different formats:
 *    - icaltime_as_timet(struct icaltimetype tt)
 *    - icaltime_as_timet_with_zone(struct icaltimetype tt,
 *          icaltimezone *zone)
 *    - icaltime_as_ical_string(struct icaltimetype tt)
 *    Accessor methods include:
 *    - icaltime_get_timezone(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_get_tzid(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_set_timezone(struct icaltimetype t, const icaltimezone *zone)
 *    - icaltime_day_of_year(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_day_of_week(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_start_doy_of_week(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_week_number(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    Query methods include:
 *    - icaltime_is_null_time(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_is_valid_time(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_is_date(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_is_utc(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    - icaltime_is_floating(struct icaltimetype t)
 *    Modify, compare and utility methods include:
 *    - icaltime_add(struct icaltimetype t, struct icaldurationtype  d)
 *    - icaltime_subtract(struct icaltimetype t1, struct icaltimetype t2)
 *      - icaltime_compare_with_zone(struct icaltimetype a,struct icaltimetype b)
 *    - icaltime_compare(struct icaltimetype a,struct icaltimetype b)
 *    - icaltime_compare_date_only(struct icaltimetype a,
 *          struct icaltimetype b)
 *    - icaltime_adjust(struct icaltimetype *tt, int days, int hours,
 *          int minutes, int seconds);
 *    - icaltime_normalize(struct icaltimetype t);
 *    - icaltime_convert_to_zone(const struct icaltimetype tt,
 *          icaltimezone *zone);

#ifndef ICALTIME_H
#define ICALTIME_H

#include <time.h>

/* An opaque struct representing a timezone. We declare this here to avoid
   a circular dependancy. */
typedef struct _icaltimezone        icaltimezone;

/** icaltime_span is returned by icalcomponent_get_span() */
struct icaltime_span {
      time_t start;   /**< in UTC */
      time_t end;     /**< in UTC */
      int is_busy;    /**< 1->busy time, 0-> free time */

typedef struct icaltime_span icaltime_span;

 *    FIXME
 *    is_utc is redundant, and might be considered a minor optimization.
 *    It might be deprecated, so you should use icaltime_is_utc() instead.
struct icaltimetype
      int year;   /**< Actual year, e.g. 2001. */
      int month;  /**< 1 (Jan) to 12 (Dec). */
      int day;
      int hour;
      int minute;
      int second;

      int is_utc;     /**< 1-> time is in UTC timezone */

      int is_date;    /**< 1 -> interpret this as date. */
      int is_daylight; /**< 1 -> time is in daylight savings time. */
      const icaltimezone *zone;     /**< timezone */

typedef struct icaltimetype icaltimetype;

/** Return a null time, which indicates no time has been set. 
    This time represent the beginning of the epoch */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_null_time(void);

/** Return a null date */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_null_date(void);

/** Returns the current time in the given timezone, as an icaltimetype. */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_current_time_with_zone(const icaltimezone *zone);

/** Returns the current day as an icaltimetype, with is_date set. */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_today(void);

/** Convert seconds past UNIX epoch to a timetype*/
struct icaltimetype icaltime_from_timet(const time_t v, const int is_date);

/** Convert seconds past UNIX epoch to a timetype, using timezones. */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_from_timet_with_zone(const time_t tm,
      const int is_date, const icaltimezone *zone);

/** create a time from an ISO format string */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_from_string(const char* str);

/** create a time from an ISO format string */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_from_string_with_zone(const char* str,
      const icaltimezone *zone);

/** Create a new time, given a day of year and a year. */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_from_day_of_year(const int doy,
      const int year);

/**   @brief Contructor (TODO).
 * Create a new time from a weeknumber and a year. */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_from_week_number(const int week_number,
      const int year);

/** Return the time as seconds past the UNIX epoch */
time_t icaltime_as_timet(const struct icaltimetype);

/** Return the time as seconds past the UNIX epoch, using timezones. */
time_t icaltime_as_timet_with_zone(const struct icaltimetype tt,
      const icaltimezone *zone);

/** Return a string represention of the time, in RFC2445 format. The
   string is owned by libical */
const char* icaltime_as_ical_string(const struct icaltimetype tt);

/** @brief Return the timezone */
const icaltimezone *icaltime_get_timezone(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** @brief Return the tzid, or NULL for a floating time */
char *icaltime_get_tzid(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** @brief Set the timezone */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_set_timezone(struct icaltimetype *t,
      const icaltimezone *zone);

/** Return the day of the year of the given time */
int icaltime_day_of_year(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** Return the day of the week of the given time. Sunday is 1 */
int icaltime_day_of_week(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** Return the day of the year for the Sunday of the week that the
   given time is within. */
int icaltime_start_doy_of_week(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** Return the week number for the week the given time is within */
int icaltime_week_number(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** Return true of the time is null. */
int icaltime_is_null_time(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** Returns false if the time is clearly invalid, but is not null. This
   is usually the result of creating a new time type buy not clearing
   it, or setting one of the flags to an illegal value. */
int icaltime_is_valid_time(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** @brief Returns true if time is of DATE type, false if DATE-TIME */
int icaltime_is_date(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** @brief Returns true if time is relative to UTC zone */
int icaltime_is_utc(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** @brief Returns true if time is a floating time */
int icaltime_is_floating(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** Return -1, 0, or 1 to indicate that a<b, a==b or a>b */
int icaltime_compare_with_zone(const struct icaltimetype a,
        const struct icaltimetype b);

/** Return -1, 0, or 1 to indicate that a<b, a==b or a>b */
int icaltime_compare(const struct icaltimetype a,
      const struct icaltimetype b);

/** like icaltime_compare, but only use the date parts. */
int icaltime_compare_date_only(const struct icaltimetype a,
      const struct icaltimetype b);

/** Adds or subtracts a number of days, hours, minutes and seconds. */
void  icaltime_adjust(struct icaltimetype *tt, const int days,
      const int hours, const int minutes, const int seconds);

/** Normalize the icaltime, so that all fields are within the normal range. */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_normalize(const struct icaltimetype t);

/** convert tt, of timezone tzid, into a utc time. Does nothing if the
   time is already UTC.  */
struct icaltimetype icaltime_convert_to_zone(const struct icaltimetype tt,
      icaltimezone *zone);

/** Return the number of days in the given month */
int icaltime_days_in_month(const int month, const int year);

/** @brief calculate an icaltimespan given a start and end time. */
struct icaltime_span icaltime_span_new(struct icaltimetype dtstart,
                               struct icaltimetype dtend,
                               int is_busy);

/** @brief Returns true if the two spans overlap **/
int icaltime_span_overlaps(icaltime_span *s1, 
                     icaltime_span *s2);

/** @brief Returns true if the span is totally within the containing
 *  span 
int icaltime_span_contains(icaltime_span *s,
                     icaltime_span *container);

#endif /* !ICALTIME_H */

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