package Sah::Schema::date::tz_name;

our $DATE = '2021-08-04'; # DATE
our $DIST = 'Sah-Schemas-Date'; # DIST
our $VERSION = '0.017'; # VERSION

our $schema = [str => {
    summary => 'Timezone name, e.g. Asia/Jakarta',
    description => <<'_',

Currently no validation for valid timezone names. But completion is provided.

    'x.completion' => sub {
        require Complete::TZ;

        my %args = @_;

        Complete::TZ::complete_tz(word => $args{word});
    examples => [
        {value=>'Asia/Jakarta', valid=>1},


# ABSTRACT: Timezone name, e.g. Asia/Jakarta



=encoding UTF-8

=head1 NAME

Sah::Schema::date::tz_name - Timezone name, e.g. Asia/Jakarta

=head1 VERSION

This document describes version 0.017 of Sah::Schema::date::tz_name (from Perl distribution Sah-Schemas-Date), released on 2021-08-04.


=head2 Sample data and validation results against this schema

 "Asia/Jakarta"  # valid

=head2 Using with Data::Sah

To check data against this schema (requires L<Data::Sah>):

 use Data::Sah qw(gen_validator);
 my $validator = gen_validator("date::tz_name*");
 say $validator->($data) ? "valid" : "INVALID!";

The above schema returns a boolean value (true if data is valid, false if
otherwise). To return an error message string instead (empty string if data is
valid, a non-empty error message otherwise):

 my $validator = gen_validator("date::tz_name", {return_type=>'str_errmsg'});
 my $errmsg = $validator->($data);
 # a sample valid data
 $data = "Asia/Jakarta";
 my $errmsg = $validator->($data); # => ""

Often a schema has coercion rule or default value, so after validation the
validated value is different. To return the validated (set-as-default, coerced,
prefiltered) value:

 my $validator = gen_validator("date::tz_name", {return_type=>'str_errmsg+val'});
 my $res = $validator->($data); # [$errmsg, $validated_val]
 # a sample valid data
 $data = "Asia/Jakarta";
 my $res = $validator->($data); # => ["","Asia/Jakarta"]

Data::Sah can also create validator that returns a hash of detaild error
message. Data::Sah can even create validator that targets other language, like
JavaScript, from the same schema. Other things Data::Sah can do: show source
code for validator, generate a validator code with debug comments and/or log
statements, generate human text from schema. See its documentation for more

=head2 Using with Params::Sah

To validate function parameters against this schema (requires L<Params::Sah>):

 use Params::Sah qw(gen_validator);

 sub myfunc {
     my @args = @_;
     state $validator = gen_validator("date::tz_name*");

=head2 Using with Perinci::CmdLine::Lite

To specify schema in L<Rinci> function metadata and use the metadata with
L<Perinci::CmdLine> (L<Perinci::CmdLine::Lite>) to create a CLI:

 # in lib/
 our %SPEC;
 $SPEC{myfunc} = {
     v => 1.1,
     summary => 'Routine to do blah ...',
     args => {
         arg1 => {
             summary => 'The blah blah argument',
             schema => ['date::tz_name*'],
 sub myfunc {
     my %args = @_;

 # in
 use Perinci::CmdLine::Any;

 # in command-line
 % ./ --help
 myapp - Routine to do blah ...

 % ./ --version

 % ./ --arg1 ...


Currently no validation for valid timezone names. But completion is provided.


Please visit the project's homepage at L<>.

=head1 SOURCE

Source repository is at L<>.

=head1 BUGS

Please report any bugs or feature requests on the bugtracker website L<>

When submitting a bug or request, please include a test-file or a
patch to an existing test-file that illustrates the bug or desired

=head1 AUTHOR

perlancar <>


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