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Commit bea4a99c authored by Mathias Bavay's avatar Mathias Bavay
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Added two new options related to component date/time in MeteoIO's CSV plugin

parent 09b41212
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</option>
<help>How is time represented: a filed combines date and time or these are split into two fields?</help>
</parameter>
<parameter key="CSV_FALLBACK_YEAR" type="number" format="integer+">
<help>When using components date (ie separate columns for year, month, day), it could be that there is no year column. This parameter provides the (fixed) year to use</help>
</parameter>
<parameter key="CSV_FALLBACK_AUTO_WRAP" type="alternative">
<option value="TRUE"/>
<option value="FALSE"/>
<help>If using CSV_FALLBACK_YEAR, by default all data at dates greater than 1st October that appear before data at dates less than 1st October are assumed to belong to the year before. If this is not desired, set this to false.</help>
</parameter>
</frame>
<frame caption="Metadata" color="#c4c4c4">
......@@ -405,6 +413,14 @@ Please include meteoio_parametergroups before use!
</option>
<help>How is time represented: a filed combines date and time or these are split into two fields?</help>
</parameter>
<parameter key="CSV#_FALLBACK_YEAR" type="number" format="integer+">
<help>When using components date (ie separate columns for year, month, day), it could be that there is no year column. This parameter provides the (fixed) year to use</help>
</parameter>
<parameter key="CSV#_FALLBACK_AUTO_WRAP" type="alternative">
<option value="TRUE"/>
<option value="FALSE"/>
<help>If using CSV_FALLBACK_YEAR, by default all data at dates greater than 1st October that appear before data at dates less than 1st October are assumed to belong to the year before. If this is not desired, set this to false.</help>
</parameter>
</frame>
<frame caption="Metadata" color="#c4c4c4">
<parameter key="CSV#_NAME" type="text">
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