JSON decode datetime

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import dateutil.parser

def decode_datetime(obj):
	if 'datetime' not in obj:
		return obj
	
	dt = dateutil.parser.parse(obj['datetime'])
	obj['datetime'] = dt
	return obj

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Comments

schinckel (on August 5, 2010):

If you have datetime objects as "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S", then you don't need to convert them. Django will allow for using these in queries, and saving to the database.

Same with date ("%Y-%m-%d") and time ("%H:%M:%S") objects.

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