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Dec 20, 2006 12:23am

time spans in actionscript

This is a quick followup on a previous post about specifying time. I've created a minimal Actionscript 2.0 library that parses and generates time ranges in that form: timespan.tar.gz, 2.5k. Combined with Kevin Lynch's technique for stateful linking in Flash, it should be easily possible to read, use, and update links of the form example.com/#2006-12-19T21:10:00Z/1D0:01:00, for linking to absolute times and timespans in Flash files.

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