/** * @package Joomla.Platform * @subpackage Utilities * * @copyright Copyright (C) 2005 - 2013 Open Source Matters, Inc. All rights reserved. * @license GNU General Public License version 2 or later; see LICENSE */ defined('JPATH_PLATFORM') or die; /** * JDate is a class that stores a date and provides logic to manipulate * and render that date in a variety of formats. * * @package Joomla.Platform * @subpackage Utilities * @since 11.1 */ class el_GRDate extends DateTime { const DAY_ABBR = "\x021\x03"; const DAY_NAME = "\x022\x03"; const MONTH_ABBR = "\x023\x03"; const MONTH_NAME = "\x024\x03"; /** * The format string to be applied when using the __toString() magic method. * * @var string * @since 11.1 */ public static $format = 'Y-m-d H:i:s'; /** * Placeholder for a DateTimeZone object with GMT as the time zone. * * @var object * @since 11.1 */ protected static $gmt; /** * Placeholder for a DateTimeZone object with the default server * time zone as the time zone. * * @var object * @since 11.1 */ protected static $stz; /** * An array of offsets and time zone strings representing the available * options from Joomla! CMS 1.5 and below. * * @deprecated 12.1 * * @var array * @since 11.1 */ protected static $offsets = array('-12' => 'Etc/GMT-12', '-11' => 'Pacific/Midway', '-10' => 'Pacific/Honolulu', '-9.5' => 'Pacific/Marquesas', '-9' => 'US/Alaska', '-8' => 'US/Pacific', '-7' => 'US/Mountain', '-6' => 'US/Central', '-5' => 'US/Eastern', '-4.5' => 'America/Caracas', '-4' => 'America/Barbados', '-3.5' => 'Canada/Newfoundland', '-3' => 'America/Buenos_Aires', '-2' => 'Atlantic/South_Georgia', '-1' => 'Atlantic/Azores', '0' => 'Europe/London', '1' => 'Europe/Amsterdam', '2' => 'Europe/Istanbul', '3' => 'Asia/Riyadh', '3.5' => 'Asia/Tehran', '4' => 'Asia/Muscat', '4.5' => 'Asia/Kabul', '5' => 'Asia/Karachi', '5.5' => 'Asia/Calcutta', '5.75' => 'Asia/Katmandu', '6' => 'Asia/Dhaka', '6.5' => 'Indian/Cocos', '7' => 'Asia/Bangkok', '8' => 'Australia/Perth', '8.75' => 'Australia/West', '9' => 'Asia/Tokyo', '9.5' => 'Australia/Adelaide', '10' => 'Australia/Brisbane', '10.5' => 'Australia/Lord_Howe', '11' => 'Pacific/Kosrae', '11.5' => 'Pacific/Norfolk', '12' => 'Pacific/Auckland', '12.75' => 'Pacific/Chatham', '13' => 'Pacific/Tongatapu', '14' => 'Pacific/Kiritimati'); /** * The DateTimeZone object for usage in rending dates as strings. * * @var object * @since 11.1 */ protected $_tz; /** * Constructor. * * @param string $date String in a format accepted by strtotime(), defaults to "now". * @param mixed $tz Time zone to be used for the date. * * @since 11.1 * * @throws JException */ public function __construct($date = 'now', $tz = null) { // Create the base GMT and server time zone objects. if (empty(self::$gmt) || empty(self::$stz)) { self::$gmt = new DateTimeZone('GMT'); self::$stz = new DateTimeZone(@date_default_timezone_get()); } // If the time zone object is not set, attempt to build it. if (!($tz instanceof DateTimeZone)) { if ($tz === null) { $tz = self::$gmt; } elseif (is_numeric($tz)) { // Translate from offset. $tz = new DateTimeZone(self::$offsets[(string) $tz]); } elseif (is_string($tz)) { $tz = new DateTimeZone($tz); } } // If the date is numeric assume a unix timestamp and convert it. date_default_timezone_set('UTC'); $date = is_numeric($date) ? date('c', $date) : $date; // Call the DateTime constructor. parent::__construct($date, $tz); // reset the timezone for 3rd party libraries/extension that does not use JDate date_default_timezone_set(self::$stz->getName()); // Set the timezone object for access later. $this->_tz = $tz; } /** * Magic method to access properties of the date given by class to the format method. * * @param string $name The name of the property. * * @return mixed A value if the property name is valid, null otherwise. * * @since 11.1 */ public function __get($name) { $value = null; switch ($name) { case 'daysinmonth': $value = $this->format('t', true); break; case 'dayofweek': $value = $this->format('N', true); break; case 'dayofyear': $value = $this->format('z', true); break; case 'isleapyear': $value = (boolean) $this->format('L', true); break; case 'day': $value = $this->format('d', true); break; case 'hour': $value = $this->format('H', true); break; case 'minute': $value = $this->format('i', true); break; case 'second': $value = $this->format('s', true); break; case 'month': $value = $this->format('m', true); break; case 'ordinal': $value = $this->format('S', true); break; case 'week': $value = $this->format('W', true); break; case 'year': $value = $this->format('Y', true); break; default: $trace = debug_backtrace(); trigger_error( 'Undefined property via __get(): ' . $name . ' in ' . $trace[0]['file'] . ' on line ' . $trace[0]['line'], E_USER_NOTICE ); } return $value; } /** * Magic method to render the date object in the format specified in the public * static member JDate::$format. * * @return string The date as a formatted string. * * @since 11.1 */ public function __toString() { return (string) parent::format(self::$format); } /** * Proxy for new JDate(). * * @param string $date String in a format accepted by strtotime(), defaults to "now". * @param mixed $tz Time zone to be used for the date. * * @return JDate * * @since 11.3 * @throws JException */ public static function getInstance($date = 'now', $tz = null) { return new JDate($date, $tz); } /** * Translates day of week number to a string. * * @param integer $day The numeric day of the week. * @param boolean $abbr Return the abbreviated day string? * * @return string The day of the week. * * @since 11.1 */ public function dayToString($day, $abbr = false) { switch ($day) { case 0: return $abbr ? JText::_('SUN') : JText::_('SUNDAY'); case 1: return $abbr ? JText::_('MON') : JText::_('MONDAY'); case 2: return $abbr ? JText::_('TUE') : JText::_('TUESDAY'); case 3: return $abbr ? JText::_('WED') : JText::_('WEDNESDAY'); case 4: return $abbr ? JText::_('THU') : JText::_('THURSDAY'); case 5: return $abbr ? JText::_('FRI') : JText::_('FRIDAY'); case 6: return $abbr ? JText::_('SAT') : JText::_('SATURDAY'); } } /** * Gets the date as a formatted string in a local calendar. * * @param string $format The date format specification string (see {@link PHP_MANUAL#date}) * @param boolean $local True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT. * @param boolean $translate True to translate localised strings * * @return string The date string in the specified format format. * * @since 11.1 */ public function calendar($format, $local = false, $translate = true) { return $this->format($format, $local, $translate); } /** * Gets the date as a formatted string. * * @param string $format The date format specification string (see {@link PHP_MANUAL#date}) * @param boolean $local True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT. * @param boolean $translate True to translate localised strings * * @return string The date string in the specified format format. * * @since 11.1 */ public function format($format, $local = false, $translate = true) { if ($translate) { // Do string replacements for date format options that can be translated. $format = preg_replace('/(^|[^\\\])D/', "\\1" . self::DAY_ABBR, $format); $format = preg_replace('/(^|[^\\\])l/', "\\1" . self::DAY_NAME, $format); $format = preg_replace('/(^|[^\\\])M/', "\\1" . self::MONTH_ABBR, $format); $format = preg_replace('/(^|[^\\\])F/', "\\1" . self::MONTH_NAME, $format); } // If the returned time should not be local use GMT. if ($local == false) { parent::setTimezone(self::$gmt); } // Format the date. $return = parent::format($format); if ($translate) { // Manually modify the month and day strings in the formatted time. if (strpos($return, self::DAY_ABBR) !== false) { $return = str_replace(self::DAY_ABBR, $this->dayToString(parent::format('w'), true), $return); } if (strpos($return, self::DAY_NAME) !== false) { $return = str_replace(self::DAY_NAME, $this->dayToString(parent::format('w')), $return); } if (strpos($return, self::MONTH_ABBR) !== false) { $return = str_replace(self::MONTH_ABBR, $this->monthToString(parent::format('n'), true), $return); } if (strpos($return, self::MONTH_NAME) !== false) { $return = str_replace(self::MONTH_NAME, $this->monthToString(parent::format('n')), $return); } } if ($local == false) { parent::setTimezone($this->_tz); } if(preg_match("/d|j/", $format)){$orig_months = array("άριος", "άρτιος", "ίλιος", "άιος", "ύνιος", "ύλιος", "ύγουστος", "έμβριος", "ώβριος");$new_months = array("αρίου", "αρτίου", "ιλίου", "αΐου", "υνίου", "υλίου", "υγούστου", "εμβρίου", "ωβρίου");for ($i = 0; $i < count($orig_months); $i++) $return = str_replace($orig_months[$i], $new_months[$i], $return);}return $return; } /** * Get the time offset from GMT in hours or seconds. * * @param boolean $hours True to return the value in hours. * * @return float The time offset from GMT either in hours or in seconds. * * @since 11.1 */ public function getOffsetFromGMT($hours = false) { return (float) $hours ? ($this->_tz->getOffset($this) / 3600) : $this->_tz->getOffset($this); } /** * Translates month number to a string. * * @param integer $month The numeric month of the year. * @param boolean $abbr If true, return the abbreviated month string * * @return string The month of the year. * * @since 11.1 */ public function monthToString($month, $abbr = false) { switch ($month) { case 1: return $abbr ? JText::_('JANUARY_SHORT') : JText::_('JANUARY'); case 2: return $abbr ? JText::_('FEBRUARY_SHORT') : JText::_('FEBRUARY'); case 3: return $abbr ? JText::_('MARCH_SHORT') : JText::_('MARCH'); case 4: return $abbr ? JText::_('APRIL_SHORT') : JText::_('APRIL'); case 5: return $abbr ? JText::_('MAY_SHORT') : JText::_('MAY'); case 6: return $abbr ? JText::_('JUNE_SHORT') : JText::_('JUNE'); case 7: return $abbr ? JText::_('JULY_SHORT') : JText::_('JULY'); case 8: return $abbr ? JText::_('AUGUST_SHORT') : JText::_('AUGUST'); case 9: return $abbr ? JText::_('SEPTEMBER_SHORT') : JText::_('SEPTEMBER'); case 10: return $abbr ? JText::_('OCTOBER_SHORT') : JText::_('OCTOBER'); case 11: return $abbr ? JText::_('NOVEMBER_SHORT') : JText::_('NOVEMBER'); case 12: return $abbr ? JText::_('DECEMBER_SHORT') : JText::_('DECEMBER'); } } /** * Set the date offset (in hours). * * @param float $offset The offset in hours. * * @return boolean True on success. * * @since 11.1 * * @deprecated 12.1 Use setTimezone instead. */ public function setOffset($offset) { // Deprecation warning. JLog::add('JDate::setOffset() is deprecated.', JLog::WARNING, 'deprecated'); // Only set the timezone if the offset exists. if (isset(self::$offsets[(string) $offset])) { $this->_tz = new DateTimeZone(self::$offsets[(string) $offset]); $this->setTimezone($this->_tz); return true; } return false; } /** * Method to wrap the setTimezone() function and set the internal * time zone object. * * @param object $tz The new DateTimeZone object. * * @return DateTimeZone The old DateTimeZone object. * * @since 11.1 */ public function setTimezone($tz) { $this->_tz = $tz; return parent::setTimezone($tz); } /** * Gets the date in a specific format * * Returns a string formatted according to the given format. Month and weekday names and * other language dependent strings respect the current locale * * @param string $format The date format specification string (see {@link PHP_MANUAL#strftime}) * @param boolean $local True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT. * * @return string The date as a formatted string. * * @deprecated Use JDate::format() instead. * * @deprecated 12.1 Use JDate::format() instead. */ public function toFormat($format = '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', $local = false) { // Deprecation warning. JLog::add('JDate::toFormat() is deprecated.', JLog::WARNING, 'deprecated'); // Set time zone to GMT as strftime formats according locale setting. date_default_timezone_set('GMT'); // Generate the timestamp. $time = (int) parent::format('U'); // If the returned time should be local add the GMT offset. if ($local) { $time += $this->getOffsetFromGMT(); } // Manually modify the month and day strings in the format. if (strpos($format, '%a') !== false) { $format = str_replace('%a', $this->dayToString(date('w', $time), true), $format); } if (strpos($format, '%A') !== false) { $format = str_replace('%A', $this->dayToString(date('w', $time)), $format); } if (strpos($format, '%b') !== false) { $format = str_replace('%b', $this->monthToString(date('n', $time), true), $format); } if (strpos($format, '%B') !== false) { $format = str_replace('%B', $this->monthToString(date('n', $time)), $format); } // Generate the formatted string. $date = strftime($format, $time); // reset the timezone for 3rd party libraries/extension that does not use JDate date_default_timezone_set(self::$stz->getName()); return $date; } /** * Gets the date as an ISO 8601 string. IETF RFC 3339 defines the ISO 8601 format * and it can be found at the IETF Web site. * * @param boolean $local True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT. * * @return string The date string in ISO 8601 format. * * @link http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3339.txt * @since 11.1 */ public function toISO8601($local = false) { return $this->format(DateTime::RFC3339, $local, false); } /** * Gets the date as an MySQL datetime string. * * @param boolean $local True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT. * * @return string The date string in MySQL datetime format. * * @link http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/datetime.html * @since 11.1 * @deprecated 12.1 Use JDate::toSql() */ public function toMySQL($local = false) { JLog::add('JDate::toMySQL() is deprecated. Use JDate::toSql() instead.', JLog::WARNING, 'deprecated'); return $this->format('Y-m-d H:i:s', $local, false); } /** * Gets the date as an SQL datetime string. * * @param boolean $local True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT. * @param JDatabase $dbo The database driver or null to use JFactory::getDbo() * * @return string The date string in SQL datetime format. * * @link http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/datetime.html * @since 11.4 */ public function toSql($local = false, JDatabase $dbo = null) { if ($dbo === null) { $dbo = JFactory::getDbo(); } return $this->format($dbo->getDateFormat(), $local, false); } /** * Gets the date as an RFC 822 string. IETF RFC 2822 supercedes RFC 822 and its definition * can be found at the IETF Web site. * * @param boolean $local True to return the date string in the local time zone, false to return it in GMT. * * @return string The date string in RFC 822 format. * * @link http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2822.txt * @since 11.1 */ public function toRFC822($local = false) { return $this->format(DateTime::RFC2822, $local, false); } /** * Gets the date as UNIX time stamp. * * @return integer The date as a UNIX timestamp. * * @since 11.1 */ public function toUnix() { return (int) parent::format('U'); } }  Q Using A - To Safeguard Your Home
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