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Consider using `ChronoZonedDateTime`

See original GitHub issue

Currently, a concrete implementation (ZonedDateTime) is used, making it impossible to do lazy parsing.

If ChronoZonedDateTime (ZonedDateTime implements it) is used in the public API, it will provide the same set of useful APIs, but allow better flexibility.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:11 (11 by maintainers)

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olegzcommented, Apr 28, 2020

Yes, please reopen it. Closing legitimate issues before giving it due process and reasonable debate will eventually discourage community participation all together, which would be detrimental and quite frankly unfair to the entire Cloud Events and Cloud Native Computing Foundation effort, don’t you think?

slinkydevelopercommented, Sep 1, 2020

Because now we use OffsetDateTime, this issue is not valid anymore (OffsetDateTime doesn’t extend ChronoZonedDateTime). Check out the release docs and the pr for more info

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