Provides conversion of dates into an epoch-relative number value (total seconds).

See Unix Epoch in Wikipedia for more information on why this might be needed.

Typical uses include using this simplified representation as an expiration time for a token, password or verification code.

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Version Downloads Last updated
1.1.0 11,757 8/30/2011 1,659 6/15/2011 812 6/1/2011 791 6/1/2011 792 5/20/2011 1,098 2/15/2011
1.0.0 1,456 2/9/2011