1.0 1.1, and updated the documentation in the old post along with it. The new release includes "Z" (US timezone abbreviation) and "o" (UTC offset) flags as well as brevity enhancements from Scott Trenda, along with several other new features including a standalone
dateFormat function, named and default masks (plus you can easily add your own), easier internationalization, etc.
This update includes one change which is not backwards compatible: mask characters and sequences no longer have to comprise entire words for them to be treated specially. The former handling was intended to make it dead-easy to mix literal characters into date masks, but ended up mostly just being a slight nuisance since most people didn't use it to embed dates in larger strings.
Check out the new Date Format!
timeFormatfunctions, since version 0.1.