Javascript Date Format Patch 0.9.11

I’ve been combing trough my github “portfolio”, and noticed a fork in my Javascript Date Format Patch project, poked around to see what’s been modified, and found out that the minified version did not work properly… I didn’t test it, but I did notice that I needed to fix some “minor” issues (missing braces, semicolons, etc., embarrassing, I know).

Not to my defense, but, I didn’t use JSLint to verify the code because I just absolutely hate don’t like it, and I consider it to be more trouble than use, due to it’s lack of (or hard to do) configuration options. On that topic, in the diff of the commit, I discovered that the forker used a tool called JSHint to verify the code. Remembering all of the good features of JSLint, and the ability to configure out some of the annoying options in this fork, I immediately loved it…

Enough about these two… Javascript Date Format Patch is now updated, nothing functional, nothing drastic, but now it should definitely work minified… Thanks Paul… I’ve even skipped a version (by the way, its 0.9.11) due to the null vs undefined issues with Javascript, but more on that in some future post…

For more information on how to use this javascript date formatting and parsing patch, visit the old Javascript Date Formatter post.

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