On Thursday, August 21, 2003, 3:30:02 AM, Jason wrote:

> In article <20030820163454.GG16089 / atdesk.com>, Paul Brannan wrote:
>> On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 11:28:50PM +0900, Jason Williams wrote:
>>> Why don't ParseDate and Time play nicely together? 
>>> 
>>> I'd have thought ParseDate could output a Time object, or at least
>>> Time could accept the array that ParseDate emits. Am I attempting
>>> things in the wrong way, missing something important, or using
>>> the wrong classes/modules?
>> 
>> I rarely use ParseDate directly and instead use Time.parse() from
>> time.rb (which is implemented using ParseDate).

> Aha, that's excellent, thanks. I was using "Programming Ruby" as my
> reference and it doesn't mention Time.parse.

No, that's a "new" feature.

Gavin