GstDateTime

Struct to store date, time and timezone information altogether. GstDateTime is refcounted and immutable.

Date information is handled using the proleptic Gregorian calendar.

Provides basic creation functions and accessor functions to its fields.

GstDateTime

Opaque, immutable, refcounted struct that stores date, time and timezone information. It currently supports ranges from 0001-01-01 to 9999-12-31 in the Gregorian proleptic calendar.

Use the accessor functions to get the stored values.


GstDateTime

Opaque, immutable, refcounted struct that stores date, time and timezone information. It currently supports ranges from 0001-01-01 to 9999-12-31 in the Gregorian proleptic calendar.

Use the accessor functions to get the stored values.


GstDateTime

Opaque, immutable, refcounted struct that stores date, time and timezone information. It currently supports ranges from 0001-01-01 to 9999-12-31 in the Gregorian proleptic calendar.

Use the accessor functions to get the stored values.


Constructors

gst_date_time_new

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new (gfloat tzoffset,
                   gint year,
                   gint month,
                   gint day,
                   gint hour,
                   gint minute,
                   gdouble seconds)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the supplied timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31, hour from 0 to 23, minutes and seconds from 0 to 59.

Note that tzoffset is a float and was chosen so for being able to handle some fractional timezones, while it still keeps the readability of representing it in hours for most timezones.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then GstDateTime will created only for year. If day == -1, then GstDateTime will created for year and month and so on.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

tzoffset

Offset from UTC in hours.

year

the gregorian year

month

the gregorian month

day

the day of the gregorian month

hour

the hour of the day

minute

the minute of the hour

seconds

the second of the minute

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new(tzoffset: Number, year: Number, month: Number, day: Number, hour: Number, minute: Number, seconds: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the supplied timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31, hour from 0 to 23, minutes and seconds from 0 to 59.

Note that tzoffset is a float and was chosen so for being able to handle some fractional timezones, while it still keeps the readability of representing it in hours for most timezones.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created only for year. If day == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created for year and month and so on.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

tzoffset ( Number ) –

Offset from UTC in hours.

year ( Number ) –

the gregorian year

month ( Number ) –

the gregorian month

day ( Number ) –

the day of the gregorian month

hour ( Number ) –

the hour of the day

minute ( Number ) –

the minute of the hour

seconds ( Number ) –

the second of the minute

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.new

def Gst.DateTime.new (tzoffset, year, month, day, hour, minute, seconds):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the supplied timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31, hour from 0 to 23, minutes and seconds from 0 to 59.

Note that tzoffset is a float and was chosen so for being able to handle some fractional timezones, while it still keeps the readability of representing it in hours for most timezones.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created only for year. If day == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created for year and month and so on.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

tzoffset ( float ) –

Offset from UTC in hours.

year ( int ) –

the gregorian year

month ( int ) –

the gregorian month

day ( int ) –

the day of the gregorian month

hour ( int ) –

the hour of the day

minute ( int ) –

the minute of the hour

seconds ( float ) –

the second of the minute

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_new_from_g_date_time

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_from_g_date_time (GDateTime * dt)

Creates a new GstDateTime from a GDateTime object.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

dt ( [transfer: full] ) –

the GDateTime. The new GstDateTime takes ownership.

Returns ( [transfer: full] [nullable] ) –

a newly created GstDateTime, or NULL on error


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_g_date_time

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_g_date_time(dt: GLib.DateTime): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_g_date_time'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime from a GLib.DateTime object.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

dt ( GLib.DateTime ) –

the GLib.DateTime. The new Gst.DateTime takes ownership.

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime, or null on error


Gst.DateTime.new_from_g_date_time

def Gst.DateTime.new_from_g_date_time (dt):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_g_date_time'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime from a GLib.DateTime object.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

dt ( GLib.DateTime ) –

the GLib.DateTime. The new Gst.DateTime takes ownership.

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime, or None on error


gst_date_time_new_from_iso8601_string

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_from_iso8601_string (const gchar * string)

Tries to parse common variants of ISO-8601 datetime strings into a GstDateTime. Possible input formats are (for example): 2012-06-30T22:46:43Z, 2012, 2012-06, 2012-06-30, 2012-06-30T22:46:43-0430, 2012-06-30T22:46Z, 2012-06-30T22:46-0430, 2012-06-30 22:46, 2012-06-30 22:46:43, 2012-06-00, 2012-00-00, 2012-00-30, 22:46:43Z, 22:46Z, 22:46:43-0430, 22:46-0430, 22:46:30, 22:46 If no date is provided, it is assumed to be "today" in the timezone provided (if any), otherwise UTC.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

string

ISO 8601-formatted datetime string.

Returns ( [transfer: full] [nullable] ) –

a newly created GstDateTime, or NULL on error


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_iso8601_string

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_iso8601_string(string: String): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_iso8601_string'
}

Tries to parse common variants of ISO-8601 datetime strings into a Gst.DateTime. Possible input formats are (for example): 2012-06-30T22:46:43Z, 2012, 2012-06, 2012-06-30, 2012-06-30T22:46:43-0430, 2012-06-30T22:46Z, 2012-06-30T22:46-0430, 2012-06-30 22:46, 2012-06-30 22:46:43, 2012-06-00, 2012-00-00, 2012-00-30, 22:46:43Z, 22:46Z, 22:46:43-0430, 22:46-0430, 22:46:30, 22:46 If no date is provided, it is assumed to be "today" in the timezone provided (if any), otherwise UTC.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

string ( String ) –

ISO 8601-formatted datetime string.

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime, or null on error


Gst.DateTime.new_from_iso8601_string

def Gst.DateTime.new_from_iso8601_string (string):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_iso8601_string'

Tries to parse common variants of ISO-8601 datetime strings into a Gst.DateTime. Possible input formats are (for example): 2012-06-30T22:46:43Z, 2012, 2012-06, 2012-06-30, 2012-06-30T22:46:43-0430, 2012-06-30T22:46Z, 2012-06-30T22:46-0430, 2012-06-30 22:46, 2012-06-30 22:46:43, 2012-06-00, 2012-00-00, 2012-00-30, 22:46:43Z, 22:46Z, 22:46:43-0430, 22:46-0430, 22:46:30, 22:46 If no date is provided, it is assumed to be "today" in the timezone provided (if any), otherwise UTC.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

string ( str ) –

ISO 8601-formatted datetime string.

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime, or None on error


gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time (gint64 secs)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by secs. The GstDateTime is in the local timezone.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

secs

seconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time(secs: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by secs. The Gst.DateTime is in the local timezone.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

secs ( Number ) –

seconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time

def Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time (secs):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by secs. The Gst.DateTime is in the local timezone.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

secs ( int ) –

seconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs (gint64 usecs)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by usecs. The GstDateTime is in the local timezone.

Parameters:

usecs

microseconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

a newly created GstDateTime

Since : 1.18


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs(usecs: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by usecs. The Gst.DateTime is in the local timezone.

Parameters:

usecs ( Number ) –

microseconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime

Since : 1.18


Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs

def Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs (usecs):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_local_time_usecs'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by usecs. The Gst.DateTime is in the local timezone.

Parameters:

usecs ( int ) –

microseconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime

Since : 1.18


gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc (gint64 secs)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by secs. The GstDateTime is in the UTC timezone.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

secs

seconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_utc

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_utc(secs: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by secs. The Gst.DateTime is in the UTC timezone.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

secs ( Number ) –

seconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_utc

def Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_utc (secs):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by secs. The Gst.DateTime is in the UTC timezone.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

secs ( int ) –

seconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs (gint64 usecs)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by usecs. The GstDateTime is in UTC.

Parameters:

usecs

microseconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

a newly created GstDateTime

Since : 1.18


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs(usecs: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by usecs. The Gst.DateTime is in UTC.

Parameters:

usecs ( Number ) –

microseconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime

Since : 1.18


Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs

def Gst.DateTime.new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs (usecs):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_from_unix_epoch_utc_usecs'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the time since Jan 1, 1970 specified by usecs. The Gst.DateTime is in UTC.

Parameters:

usecs ( int ) –

microseconds from the Unix epoch

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a newly created Gst.DateTime

Since : 1.18


gst_date_time_new_local_time

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_local_time (gint year,
                              gint month,
                              gint day,
                              gint hour,
                              gint minute,
                              gdouble seconds)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31, hour from 0 to 23, minutes and seconds from 0 to 59.

If month is -1, then the GstDateTime created will only contain year, and all other fields will be considered not set.

If day is -1, then the GstDateTime created will only contain year and month and all other fields will be considered not set.

If hour is -1, then the GstDateTime created will only contain year and month and day, and the time fields will be considered not set. In this case minute and seconds should also be -1.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year

the gregorian year

month

the gregorian month, or -1

day

the day of the gregorian month, or -1

hour

the hour of the day, or -1

minute

the minute of the hour, or -1

seconds

the second of the minute, or -1

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_local_time

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_local_time(year: Number, month: Number, day: Number, hour: Number, minute: Number, seconds: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_local_time'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31, hour from 0 to 23, minutes and seconds from 0 to 59.

If month is -1, then the Gst.DateTime created will only contain year, and all other fields will be considered not set.

If day is -1, then the Gst.DateTime created will only contain year and month and all other fields will be considered not set.

If hour is -1, then the Gst.DateTime created will only contain year and month and day, and the time fields will be considered not set. In this case minute and seconds should also be -1.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( Number ) –

the gregorian year

month ( Number ) –

the gregorian month, or -1

day ( Number ) –

the day of the gregorian month, or -1

hour ( Number ) –

the hour of the day, or -1

minute ( Number ) –

the minute of the hour, or -1

seconds ( Number ) –

the second of the minute, or -1

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.new_local_time

def Gst.DateTime.new_local_time (year, month, day, hour, minute, seconds):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_local_time'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31, hour from 0 to 23, minutes and seconds from 0 to 59.

If month is -1, then the Gst.DateTime created will only contain year, and all other fields will be considered not set.

If day is -1, then the Gst.DateTime created will only contain year and month and all other fields will be considered not set.

If hour is -1, then the Gst.DateTime created will only contain year and month and day, and the time fields will be considered not set. In this case minute and seconds should also be -1.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( int ) –

the gregorian year

month ( int ) –

the gregorian month, or -1

day ( int ) –

the day of the gregorian month, or -1

hour ( int ) –

the hour of the day, or -1

minute ( int ) –

the minute of the hour, or -1

seconds ( float ) –

the second of the minute, or -1

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_new_now_local_time

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_now_local_time ()

Creates a new GstDateTime representing the current date and time.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime which should be freed with gst_date_time_unref.


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_now_local_time

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_now_local_time(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_now_local_time'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime representing the current date and time.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime which should be freed with Gst.DateTime.prototype.unref.


Gst.DateTime.new_now_local_time

def Gst.DateTime.new_now_local_time ():
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_now_local_time'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime representing the current date and time.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime which should be freed with Gst.DateTime.unref.


gst_date_time_new_now_utc

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_now_utc ()

Creates a new GstDateTime that represents the current instant at Universal coordinated time.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime which should be freed with gst_date_time_unref.


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_now_utc

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_now_utc(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_now_utc'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime that represents the current instant at Universal coordinated time.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime which should be freed with Gst.DateTime.prototype.unref.


Gst.DateTime.new_now_utc

def Gst.DateTime.new_now_utc ():
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_now_utc'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime that represents the current instant at Universal coordinated time.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime which should be freed with Gst.DateTime.unref.


gst_date_time_new_y

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_y (gint year)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year

the gregorian year

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_y

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_y(year: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_y'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( Number ) –

the gregorian year

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.new_y

def Gst.DateTime.new_y (year):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_y'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( int ) –

the gregorian year

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_new_ym

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_ym (gint year,
                      gint month)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then GstDateTime will created only for year.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year

the gregorian year

month

the gregorian month

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_ym

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_ym(year: Number, month: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_ym'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created only for year.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( Number ) –

the gregorian year

month ( Number ) –

the gregorian month

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.new_ym

def Gst.DateTime.new_ym (year, month):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_ym'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created only for year.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( int ) –

the gregorian year

month ( int ) –

the gregorian month

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_new_ymd

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_new_ymd (gint year,
                       gint month,
                       gint day)

Creates a new GstDateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then GstDateTime will created only for year. If day == -1, then GstDateTime will created for year and month and so on.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year

the gregorian year

month

the gregorian month

day

the day of the gregorian month

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the newly created GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_ymd

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.new_ymd(year: Number, month: Number, day: Number): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_ymd'
}

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created only for year. If day == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created for year and month and so on.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( Number ) –

the gregorian year

month ( Number ) –

the gregorian month

day ( Number ) –

the day of the gregorian month

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.new_ymd

def Gst.DateTime.new_ymd (year, month, day):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_new_ymd'

Creates a new Gst.DateTime using the date and times in the gregorian calendar in the local timezone.

year should be from 1 to 9999, month should be from 1 to 12, day from 1 to 31.

If value is -1 then all over value will be ignored. For example if month == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created only for year. If day == -1, then Gst.DateTime will created for year and month and so on.

Free-function: gst_date_time_unref

Parameters:

year ( int ) –

the gregorian year

month ( int ) –

the gregorian month

day ( int ) –

the day of the gregorian month

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the newly created Gst.DateTime


Methods

gst_date_time_get_day

gint
gst_date_time_get_day (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Returns the day of the month of this GstDateTime. Call gst_date_time_has_day before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

The day of this GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_day

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_day(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_day'
}

Returns the day of the month of this Gst.DateTime. Call Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_day before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

The day of this Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.get_day

def Gst.DateTime.get_day (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_day'

Returns the day of the month of this Gst.DateTime. Call Gst.DateTime.has_day before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( int ) –

The day of this Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_get_hour

gint
gst_date_time_get_hour (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Retrieves the hour of the day represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. The return is in the range of 0 to 23. Call gst_date_time_has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

the hour of the day


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_hour

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_hour(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_hour'
}

Retrieves the hour of the day represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. The return is in the range of 0 to 23. Call Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

the hour of the day


Gst.DateTime.get_hour

def Gst.DateTime.get_hour (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_hour'

Retrieves the hour of the day represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. The return is in the range of 0 to 23. Call Gst.DateTime.has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( int ) –

the hour of the day


gst_date_time_get_microsecond

gint
gst_date_time_get_microsecond (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Retrieves the fractional part of the seconds in microseconds represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

the microsecond of the second


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_microsecond

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_microsecond(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_microsecond'
}

Retrieves the fractional part of the seconds in microseconds represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

the microsecond of the second


Gst.DateTime.get_microsecond

def Gst.DateTime.get_microsecond (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_microsecond'

Retrieves the fractional part of the seconds in microseconds represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( int ) –

the microsecond of the second


gst_date_time_get_minute

gint
gst_date_time_get_minute (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Retrieves the minute of the hour represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. Call gst_date_time_has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

the minute of the hour


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_minute

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_minute(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_minute'
}

Retrieves the minute of the hour represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. Call Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

the minute of the hour


Gst.DateTime.get_minute

def Gst.DateTime.get_minute (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_minute'

Retrieves the minute of the hour represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. Call Gst.DateTime.has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( int ) –

the minute of the hour


gst_date_time_get_month

gint
gst_date_time_get_month (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Returns the month of this GstDateTime. January is 1, February is 2, etc.. Call gst_date_time_has_month before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

The month of this GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_month

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_month(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_month'
}

Returns the month of this Gst.DateTime. January is 1, February is 2, etc.. Call Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_month before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

The month of this Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.get_month

def Gst.DateTime.get_month (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_month'

Returns the month of this Gst.DateTime. January is 1, February is 2, etc.. Call Gst.DateTime.has_month before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( int ) –

The month of this Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_get_second

gint
gst_date_time_get_second (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Retrieves the second of the minute represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. Call gst_date_time_has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

the second represented by datetime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_second

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_second(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_second'
}

Retrieves the second of the minute represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. Call Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

the second represented by datetime


Gst.DateTime.get_second

def Gst.DateTime.get_second (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_second'

Retrieves the second of the minute represented by datetime in the gregorian calendar. Call Gst.DateTime.has_time before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( int ) –

the second represented by datetime


gst_date_time_get_time_zone_offset

gfloat
gst_date_time_get_time_zone_offset (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Retrieves the offset from UTC in hours that the timezone specified by datetime represents. Timezones ahead (to the east) of UTC have positive values, timezones before (to the west) of UTC have negative values. If datetime represents UTC time, then the offset is zero.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

the offset from UTC in hours


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_time_zone_offset

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_time_zone_offset(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_time_zone_offset'
}

Retrieves the offset from UTC in hours that the timezone specified by datetime represents. Timezones ahead (to the east) of UTC have positive values, timezones before (to the west) of UTC have negative values. If datetime represents UTC time, then the offset is zero.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

the offset from UTC in hours


Gst.DateTime.get_time_zone_offset

def Gst.DateTime.get_time_zone_offset (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_time_zone_offset'

Retrieves the offset from UTC in hours that the timezone specified by datetime represents. Timezones ahead (to the east) of UTC have positive values, timezones before (to the west) of UTC have negative values. If datetime represents UTC time, then the offset is zero.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( float ) –

the offset from UTC in hours


gst_date_time_get_year

gint
gst_date_time_get_year (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Returns the year of this GstDateTime Call gst_date_time_has_year before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

The year of this GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_year

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.get_year(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_year'
}

Returns the year of this Gst.DateTime Call Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_year before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

The year of this Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.get_year

def Gst.DateTime.get_year (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_get_year'

Returns the year of this Gst.DateTime Call Gst.DateTime.has_year before, to avoid warnings.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( int ) –

The year of this Gst.DateTime


gst_date_time_has_day

gboolean
gst_date_time_has_day (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

TRUE if datetime's day field is set, otherwise FALSE


Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_day

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_day(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_day'
}

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

true if datetime's day field is set, otherwise false


Gst.DateTime.has_day

def Gst.DateTime.has_day (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_day'

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( bool ) –

True if datetime's day field is set, otherwise False


gst_date_time_has_month

gboolean
gst_date_time_has_month (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

TRUE if datetime's month field is set, otherwise FALSE


Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_month

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_month(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_month'
}

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

true if datetime's month field is set, otherwise false


Gst.DateTime.has_month

def Gst.DateTime.has_month (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_month'

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( bool ) –

True if datetime's month field is set, otherwise False


gst_date_time_has_second

gboolean
gst_date_time_has_second (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

TRUE if datetime's second field is set, otherwise FALSE


Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_second

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_second(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_second'
}

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

true if datetime's second field is set, otherwise false


Gst.DateTime.has_second

def Gst.DateTime.has_second (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_second'

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( bool ) –

True if datetime's second field is set, otherwise False


gst_date_time_has_time

gboolean
gst_date_time_has_time (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

TRUE if datetime's hour and minute fields are set, otherwise FALSE


Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_time

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_time(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_time'
}

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

true if datetime's hour and minute fields are set, otherwise false


Gst.DateTime.has_time

def Gst.DateTime.has_time (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_time'

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( bool ) –

True if datetime's hour and minute fields are set, otherwise False


gst_date_time_has_year

gboolean
gst_date_time_has_year (const GstDateTime * datetime)

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns

TRUE if datetime's year field is set (which should always be the case), otherwise FALSE


Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_year

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.has_year(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_year'
}

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Number ) –

true if datetime's year field is set (which should always be the case), otherwise false


Gst.DateTime.has_year

def Gst.DateTime.has_year (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_has_year'

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( bool ) –

True if datetime's year field is set (which should always be the case), otherwise False


gst_date_time_ref

GstDateTime *
gst_date_time_ref (GstDateTime * datetime)

Atomically increments the reference count of datetime by one.

Parameters:

datetime

a GstDateTime

Returns ( [transfer: full] ) –

the reference datetime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.ref

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.ref(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_ref'
}

Atomically increments the reference count of datetime by one.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the reference datetime


Gst.DateTime.ref

def Gst.DateTime.ref (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_ref'

Atomically increments the reference count of datetime by one.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime

Returns ( Gst.DateTime ) –

the reference datetime


gst_date_time_to_g_date_time

GDateTime *
gst_date_time_to_g_date_time (GstDateTime * datetime)

Creates a new GDateTime from a fully defined GstDateTime object.

Free-function: g_date_time_unref

Parameters:

datetime

GstDateTime.

Returns ( [transfer: full] [nullable] ) –

a newly created GDateTime, or NULL on error


Gst.DateTime.prototype.to_g_date_time

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.to_g_date_time(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_to_g_date_time'
}

Creates a new GLib.DateTime from a fully defined Gst.DateTime object.

Free-function: g_date_time_unref

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

GstDateTime.

Returns ( GLib.DateTime ) –

a newly created GLib.DateTime, or null on error


Gst.DateTime.to_g_date_time

def Gst.DateTime.to_g_date_time (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_to_g_date_time'

Creates a new GLib.DateTime from a fully defined Gst.DateTime object.

Free-function: g_date_time_unref

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

GstDateTime.

Returns ( GLib.DateTime ) –

a newly created GLib.DateTime, or None on error


gst_date_time_to_iso8601_string

gchar *
gst_date_time_to_iso8601_string (GstDateTime * datetime)

Create a minimal string compatible with ISO-8601. Possible output formats are (for example): 2012, 2012-06, 2012-06-23, 2012-06-23T23:30Z, 2012-06-23T23:30+0100, 2012-06-23T23:30:59Z, 2012-06-23T23:30:59+0100

Parameters:

datetime

GstDateTime.

Returns ( [nullable] ) –

a newly allocated string formatted according to ISO 8601 and only including the datetime fields that are valid, or NULL in case there was an error. The string should be freed with g_free.


Gst.DateTime.prototype.to_iso8601_string

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.to_iso8601_string(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_to_iso8601_string'
}

Create a minimal string compatible with ISO-8601. Possible output formats are (for example): 2012, 2012-06, 2012-06-23, 2012-06-23T23:30Z, 2012-06-23T23:30+0100, 2012-06-23T23:30:59Z, 2012-06-23T23:30:59+0100

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

GstDateTime.

Returns ( String ) –

a newly allocated string formatted according to ISO 8601 and only including the datetime fields that are valid, or null in case there was an error. The string should be freed with GLib.prototype.free.


Gst.DateTime.to_iso8601_string

def Gst.DateTime.to_iso8601_string (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_to_iso8601_string'

Create a minimal string compatible with ISO-8601. Possible output formats are (for example): 2012, 2012-06, 2012-06-23, 2012-06-23T23:30Z, 2012-06-23T23:30+0100, 2012-06-23T23:30:59Z, 2012-06-23T23:30:59+0100

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

GstDateTime.

Returns ( str ) –

a newly allocated string formatted according to ISO 8601 and only including the datetime fields that are valid, or None in case there was an error. The string should be freed with GLib.free.


gst_date_time_unref

gst_date_time_unref (GstDateTime * datetime)

Atomically decrements the reference count of datetime by one. When the reference count reaches zero, the structure is freed.

Parameters:

datetime ( [transfer: full] ) –

a GstDateTime


Gst.DateTime.prototype.unref

function Gst.DateTime.prototype.unref(): {
    // javascript wrapper for 'gst_date_time_unref'
}

Atomically decrements the reference count of datetime by one. When the reference count reaches zero, the structure is freed.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime


Gst.DateTime.unref

def Gst.DateTime.unref (self):
    #python wrapper for 'gst_date_time_unref'

Atomically decrements the reference count of datetime by one. When the reference count reaches zero, the structure is freed.

Parameters:

datetime ( Gst.DateTime ) –

a Gst.DateTime


Constants

GST_TYPE_DATE_TIME

#define GST_TYPE_DATE_TIME (_gst_date_time_type)

a boxed GValue type for GstDateTime that represents a date and time.


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