Java Code Examples for java.text.DateFormat#DEFAULT

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Example 1
private int getStyle(String style) {
    int ret = DateFormat.DEFAULT;
    if (SHORT.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.SHORT;
    }
    else if (MEDIUM.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.MEDIUM;
    }
    else if (LONG.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.LONG;
    }
    else if (FULL.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.FULL;
    }
    return ret;
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: GVGAI_GYM   File: GsonBuilder.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
private void addTypeAdaptersForDate(String datePattern, int dateStyle, int timeStyle,
    List<TypeAdapterFactory> factories) {
  DefaultDateTypeAdapter dateTypeAdapter;
  TypeAdapter<Timestamp> timestampTypeAdapter;
  TypeAdapter<java.sql.Date> javaSqlDateTypeAdapter;
  if (datePattern != null && !"".equals(datePattern.trim())) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Date.class, datePattern);
    timestampTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Timestamp.class, datePattern);
    javaSqlDateTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(java.sql.Date.class, datePattern);
  } else if (dateStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT && timeStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Date.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
    timestampTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Timestamp.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
    javaSqlDateTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(java.sql.Date.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
  } else {
    return;
  }

  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(Date.class, dateTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(Timestamp.class, timestampTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(java.sql.Date.class, javaSqlDateTypeAdapter));
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: GVGAI_GYM   File: GsonBuilder.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
private void addTypeAdaptersForDate(String datePattern, int dateStyle, int timeStyle,
    List<TypeAdapterFactory> factories) {
  DefaultDateTypeAdapter dateTypeAdapter;
  TypeAdapter<Timestamp> timestampTypeAdapter;
  TypeAdapter<java.sql.Date> javaSqlDateTypeAdapter;
  if (datePattern != null && !"".equals(datePattern.trim())) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Date.class, datePattern);
    timestampTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Timestamp.class, datePattern);
    javaSqlDateTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(java.sql.Date.class, datePattern);
  } else if (dateStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT && timeStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Date.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
    timestampTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Timestamp.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
    javaSqlDateTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(java.sql.Date.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
  } else {
    return;
  }

  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(Date.class, dateTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(Timestamp.class, timestampTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(java.sql.Date.class, javaSqlDateTypeAdapter));
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: gson   File: GsonBuilder.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
private void addTypeAdaptersForDate(String datePattern, int dateStyle, int timeStyle,
    List<TypeAdapterFactory> factories) {
  DefaultDateTypeAdapter dateTypeAdapter;
  TypeAdapter<Timestamp> timestampTypeAdapter;
  TypeAdapter<java.sql.Date> javaSqlDateTypeAdapter;
  if (datePattern != null && !"".equals(datePattern.trim())) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Date.class, datePattern);
    timestampTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Timestamp.class, datePattern);
    javaSqlDateTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(java.sql.Date.class, datePattern);
  } else if (dateStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT && timeStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Date.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
    timestampTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(Timestamp.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
    javaSqlDateTypeAdapter = (TypeAdapter) new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(java.sql.Date.class, dateStyle, timeStyle);
  } else {
    return;
  }

  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(Date.class, dateTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(Timestamp.class, timestampTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TypeAdapters.newFactory(java.sql.Date.class, javaSqlDateTypeAdapter));
}
 
Example 5
private int getStyle(String style) {
    int ret = DateFormat.DEFAULT;
    if (SHORT.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.SHORT;
    }
    else if (MEDIUM.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.MEDIUM;
    }
    else if (LONG.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.LONG;
    }
    else if (FULL.equalsIgnoreCase(style)) {
        ret = DateFormat.FULL;
    }
    return ret;
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: jfinal-ext3   File: DateTimeKit.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * 格式化时间
 * @param style 
 * @param date
 * @see DateFormat
 * @return
 */
public static String formatDate(int style,Date date){
	if (date == null) {
		return "";
	}
	if (style < 0) {
		style = DateFormat.DEFAULT;
	}
	return DateFormat.getDateInstance(style).format(date);
}
 
Example 7
protected static int[] getDateStyle(String pattern)
{
	if (pattern.equalsIgnoreCase(STANDARD_DATE_FORMAT_DEFAULT))
	{
		return new int[]{DateFormat.DEFAULT};
	}
	else if (pattern.equalsIgnoreCase(STANDARD_DATE_FORMAT_SHORT))
	{
		return new int[]{DateFormat.SHORT};
	}
	else if (pattern.equalsIgnoreCase(STANDARD_DATE_FORMAT_MEDIUM))
	{
		return new int[]{DateFormat.MEDIUM};
	}
	else if (pattern.equalsIgnoreCase(STANDARD_DATE_FORMAT_LONG))
	{
		return new int[]{DateFormat.LONG};
	}
	else if (pattern.equalsIgnoreCase(STANDARD_DATE_FORMAT_FULL))
	{
		return new int[]{DateFormat.FULL};
	}
	else if (pattern.equalsIgnoreCase(STANDARD_DATE_FORMAT_HIDE))
	{
		return new int[0];
	}
	else
	{
		return null;
	}
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: sagetv   File: GsonBuilder.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private void addTypeAdaptersForDate(String datePattern, int dateStyle, int timeStyle,
    List<TypeAdapterFactory> factories) {
  DefaultDateTypeAdapter dateTypeAdapter;
  if (datePattern != null && !"".equals(datePattern.trim())) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(datePattern);
  } else if (dateStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT && timeStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(dateStyle, timeStyle);
  } else {
    return;
  }

  factories.add(TreeTypeAdapter.newFactory(TypeToken.get(Date.class), dateTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TreeTypeAdapter.newFactory(TypeToken.get(Timestamp.class), dateTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TreeTypeAdapter.newFactory(TypeToken.get(java.sql.Date.class), dateTypeAdapter));
}
 
Example 9
Source Project: gson   File: GsonTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public void testOverridesDefaultExcluder() {
  Gson gson = new Gson(CUSTOM_EXCLUDER, CUSTOM_FIELD_NAMING_STRATEGY,
      new HashMap<Type, InstanceCreator<?>>(), true, false, true, false,
      true, true, false, LongSerializationPolicy.DEFAULT, null, DateFormat.DEFAULT,
      DateFormat.DEFAULT, new ArrayList<TypeAdapterFactory>(),
      new ArrayList<TypeAdapterFactory>(), new ArrayList<TypeAdapterFactory>());

  assertEquals(CUSTOM_EXCLUDER, gson.excluder());
  assertEquals(CUSTOM_FIELD_NAMING_STRATEGY, gson.fieldNamingStrategy());
  assertEquals(true, gson.serializeNulls());
  assertEquals(false, gson.htmlSafe());
}
 
Example 10
Source Project: gson   File: GsonTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public void testClonedTypeAdapterFactoryListsAreIndependent() {
  Gson original = new Gson(CUSTOM_EXCLUDER, CUSTOM_FIELD_NAMING_STRATEGY,
      new HashMap<Type, InstanceCreator<?>>(), true, false, true, false,
      true, true, false, LongSerializationPolicy.DEFAULT, null, DateFormat.DEFAULT,
      DateFormat.DEFAULT, new ArrayList<TypeAdapterFactory>(),
      new ArrayList<TypeAdapterFactory>(), new ArrayList<TypeAdapterFactory>());

  Gson clone = original.newBuilder()
      .registerTypeAdapter(Object.class, new TestTypeAdapter())
      .create();

  assertEquals(original.factories.size() + 1, clone.factories.size());
}
 
Example 11
private void addTypeAdaptersForDate(String datePattern, int dateStyle, int timeStyle,
    List<TypeAdapterFactory> factories) {
  DefaultDateTypeAdapter dateTypeAdapter;
  if (datePattern != null && !"".equals(datePattern.trim())) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(datePattern);
  } else if (dateStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT && timeStyle != DateFormat.DEFAULT) {
    dateTypeAdapter = new DefaultDateTypeAdapter(dateStyle, timeStyle);
  } else {
    return;
  }

  factories.add(TreeTypeAdapter.newFactory(TypeToken.get(Date.class), dateTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TreeTypeAdapter.newFactory(TypeToken.get(Timestamp.class), dateTypeAdapter));
  factories.add(TreeTypeAdapter.newFactory(TypeToken.get(java.sql.Date.class), dateTypeAdapter));
}
 
Example 12
Source Project: gson   File: Gson.java    License: Apache License 2.0 3 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Constructs a Gson object with default configuration. The default configuration has the
 * following settings:
 * <ul>
 *   <li>The JSON generated by <code>toJson</code> methods is in compact representation. This
 *   means that all the unneeded white-space is removed. You can change this behavior with
 *   {@link GsonBuilder#setPrettyPrinting()}. </li>
 *   <li>The generated JSON omits all the fields that are null. Note that nulls in arrays are
 *   kept as is since an array is an ordered list. Moreover, if a field is not null, but its
 *   generated JSON is empty, the field is kept. You can configure Gson to serialize null values
 *   by setting {@link GsonBuilder#serializeNulls()}.</li>
 *   <li>Gson provides default serialization and deserialization for Enums, {@link Map},
 *   {@link java.net.URL}, {@link java.net.URI}, {@link java.util.Locale}, {@link java.util.Date},
 *   {@link java.math.BigDecimal}, and {@link java.math.BigInteger} classes. If you would prefer
 *   to change the default representation, you can do so by registering a type adapter through
 *   {@link GsonBuilder#registerTypeAdapter(Type, Object)}. </li>
 *   <li>The default Date format is same as {@link java.text.DateFormat#DEFAULT}. This format
 *   ignores the millisecond portion of the date during serialization. You can change
 *   this by invoking {@link GsonBuilder#setDateFormat(int)} or
 *   {@link GsonBuilder#setDateFormat(String)}. </li>
 *   <li>By default, Gson ignores the {@link com.google.gson.annotations.Expose} annotation.
 *   You can enable Gson to serialize/deserialize only those fields marked with this annotation
 *   through {@link GsonBuilder#excludeFieldsWithoutExposeAnnotation()}. </li>
 *   <li>By default, Gson ignores the {@link com.google.gson.annotations.Since} annotation. You
 *   can enable Gson to use this annotation through {@link GsonBuilder#setVersion(double)}.</li>
 *   <li>The default field naming policy for the output Json is same as in Java. So, a Java class
 *   field <code>versionNumber</code> will be output as <code>&quot;versionNumber&quot;</code> in
 *   Json. The same rules are applied for mapping incoming Json to the Java classes. You can
 *   change this policy through {@link GsonBuilder#setFieldNamingPolicy(FieldNamingPolicy)}.</li>
 *   <li>By default, Gson excludes <code>transient</code> or <code>static</code> fields from
 *   consideration for serialization and deserialization. You can change this behavior through
 *   {@link GsonBuilder#excludeFieldsWithModifiers(int...)}.</li>
 * </ul>
 */
public Gson() {
  this(Excluder.DEFAULT, FieldNamingPolicy.IDENTITY,
      Collections.<Type, InstanceCreator<?>>emptyMap(), DEFAULT_SERIALIZE_NULLS,
      DEFAULT_COMPLEX_MAP_KEYS, DEFAULT_JSON_NON_EXECUTABLE, DEFAULT_ESCAPE_HTML,
      DEFAULT_PRETTY_PRINT, DEFAULT_LENIENT, DEFAULT_SPECIALIZE_FLOAT_VALUES,
      LongSerializationPolicy.DEFAULT, null, DateFormat.DEFAULT, DateFormat.DEFAULT,
      Collections.<TypeAdapterFactory>emptyList(), Collections.<TypeAdapterFactory>emptyList(),
      Collections.<TypeAdapterFactory>emptyList());
}