Source code for astropy.time

# Licensed under a 3-clause BSD style license - see LICENSE.rst
from astropy import config as _config

[docs] class Conf(_config.ConfigNamespace): """ Configuration parameters for `astropy.time`. """ use_fast_parser = _config.ConfigItem( ["True", "False", "force"], "Use fast C parser for supported time strings formats, including ISO, " "ISOT, and YearDayTime. Allowed values are the 'False' (use Python parser)," "'True' (use C parser and fall through to Python parser if fails), and " "'force' (use C parser and raise exception if it fails). Note that the" "options are all strings.", ) masked_array_type = _config.ConfigItem( ["astropy", "numpy"], 'The type of masked array used for masked output data. Can be "astropy" ' 'for `astropy.utils.masked.Masked` or "numpy" to use ``. ' "Note that if `astropy.units.Quantity` is produced, the output always " "uses `astropy.utils.masked.Masked`, since `` does not " "work with quantities.", ) # Create a dict of available masked classes for speed. # Use local imports so we do not pollute the module namespace. from import MaskedArray from astropy.utils.masked import Masked _MASKED_CLASSES = {"astropy": Masked, "numpy": MaskedArray} @property def _masked_cls(self): """The masked class set by ``masked_array_type``. This is |Masked| for "astropy", `` for "numpy". """ return self._MASKED_CLASSES[self.masked_array_type]
conf = Conf() # isort: off from .formats import * from .core import * # isort: on