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A new XSLT utility, "Timespan format" is now available for download. Comments and feedback can be left here but if you discover any issues, please post it on the issue tracker.

Timespan format updated to version 1.0 on 2nd of June 2012

Nice work.

Hey, thanks man, hope its helpful.
I know I've implemented it across a few projects already.

Timespan format updated to version 1.1 on 12th of July 2012

Updated formatting and syntax

Im having trouble with this utility using the example I get the following error:

Error: format parameter is not correctly set. You have: 19. at #h;:#0Nov; #NaN:pms; - Error: format parameter is not correctly set. You have: 19. at #h;:#0Jul; #NaN:pms;

I am assuming I have the wrong format-date template. What one am I suppose to be using? I have tried both of these and I get similar errors http://getsymphony.com/download/xslt-utilities/view/20744/ and https://raw.github.com/hananils/datetime/3.0.3/utilities/datetime.xsl

Here's the full code http://xpathr.com/view/5242898/c92fe4aa719c20ca6280af9cfb8d6de67603b728/

Have a look at the datetime and timeranges templates in our XSLT kit: https://github.com/hananils/kit

Both are updated versions of the template bundled with Date and Time.

Thanks Nils it works perfectly, after i added the new date and time datasource so I could get the month spelled out.

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