thyme- A faster time library

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Thyme is a rewrite of the fine time library, with a particular focus on performance for applications that make heavy use of timestamps. For example, UTCTime is represented with μs precision as an Int64, which gives a usable range from -290419-11-07 19:59:05.224192 UTC to 294135-11-26 04:00:54.775807 UTC in the future.

Conversions are provided as Iso's from the lens package, while AdditiveGroup, VectorSpace and AffineSpace from vector-space allow for more principled calculations instead of Num, Fractional & al. Check each module for usage examples, and see or for further details.

Thyme uses strict and unpacked tuples throughout, e.g. YearMonthDay or WeekDate. Descriptive Int synonyms such as Year and DayOfMonth are also provided.

On platforms where Int is 64-bits wide, types with an Enum instance can be used as Keys for IntMap, preferably via the EnumMap wrapper provided by In any case the Ord instances are much faster, if you must use Map.

Data.Thyme.Time is a drop-in compatibility module for existing code.