• Thank you! This solved the problem. The orientations parameter does appear to be necessary.

  • @jimwims Don't believe I'm an expert, I''m only a beginner but I've had the same problem some days ago and @JonB did explain me both ways to solve it.

    See topic here

  • 1.3 has actually been out for quite a while. If you're still experiencing this problem with the latest version installed, please share some more details, thanks!

  • Success! Thanks for your patience.

  • Thank you very much for your resoinse. I will give it a try on my AT&T/GSM 4S this weekend.

  • I encountered the same problem. After struggling to get either datetime.strptime or time.strptime to work consistently without error I gave up and downloaded dateutil.

    The dateutil module also has the benefit that you shouldn't need to work out the format string. Assuming that dateutil supports your date format your example code could be written as:

    from dateutil import parser

    obstimedt = parser.parse(obstime)

    If you're interested in using dateutil then you can download it using this script: https://gist.github.com/4026516 (note that this script creates a 'temp' and a 'dateutil' directory alongside your Pythonista scripts - although the 'temp' directory gets deleted after download).

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