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Id: 19020
Status: resolved
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Queue: DateTime-Set

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Requestors: jpierce [...]

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Subject: Optimize behavior
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It'd be great if as_list were context (want) aware so that it could run through a simplified algorithm if one were to do: my $set = DateTime::Event::Recurrence->daily(); $days = scalar $set->as_list(start=>...), end =>...); Potentially saving many unnecessary object instantiations, etc.
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this is now possible using the count() method

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