TiddlyWiki has it's own format for representing dates for `created` and `modified` fields. To be consistent, I wanted to use this date format for other fields, but didn't feel like manually converting them myself.
To install, `git clone https://github.com/cr1901/tw-timestamp`
, and then use `pip install .` or `pip install -e .` (if you want to hack on it) to add a `tw-timestamp` command to your path. I will upload a package to PyPI soon enough, but I'd like people to test-drive this first to flush out any problems.
An example session looks like this, for instance, when I copy the text "11/12/2021, 4:35 PM" to the clipboard. This gets converted to "20211112213500000" (notice that the time is UTC), and will be pasted as such when the user pastes:
$ tw-timestamp -t US/Eastern
TW date conversion active
11/12/2021, 4:35 PM => 20211112213500000
TW date conversion disabled
I hope other people find this useful.