Provided by: libtime-human-perl_1.03-4_all bug


       Time::Human - Convert localtime() format to "speaking clock" time


         use Time::Human;
         print "The time is now ", humanize(localtime());


       This module provides a "vague" rendering of the time into natural language; it's
       originally intended for text-to-speech applications and other speech-based interfaces.

       It's fully internationalised: if you look at the code, you'll see a global variable called
       %Time::Human::templates, which you can fill in for other languages. If you do
       multinationalise it, please send me templates for other languages to be added to future
       releases. You can set the default language via the global variable $Time::Human::Language

       $Time::Human::Evening and $Time::Human::Night decide the hours at which afternoon turns to
       evening and evening turns to night in your culture. For instance, Greeks may want evening
       to start at 11pm; for hackers, evening may start at 3am.


   Import Parameters
       This module accepts no arguments to it's "import" method (actually, it doesn't
               even have an import "method").

       This module exports a single symbols, the "humanize" function.


       Simon Cozens (SIMON) for originally creating this module.

       Ricardo SIGNES (RJBS) for being inhumanly patient in waiting for me to apply a one line
       whitespace trimming patch.

       Everyone at the DateTime "Asylum".


       Support for this module is provided via the email list. See for more details


       Simon Cozens, ""


       Joshua Hoblitt, ""


       Copyright (C) 2006-2007  Joshua Hoblitt.  All rights reserved.  Copyright (C)
       2001-2002(???)  Simon Cozens.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.

       The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module,
       or in perlartistic and perlgpl Pods as supplied with Perl 5.8.1 and later.


       DateTime, DateTime::Format::Human