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The current version of pyfdate

... is version 0.7 (2008-08-30)

Localization files updated 2008-03-18

How to install pyfdate

Save pyfdate.py into your PythonNN/Lib/site-packages directory.

If you wish, open one of the pyfdate_local_<language>.py files and save it into your PythonNN/Lib/site-packages directory with the filename pyfdate_local.py.

Localization Files

  • American English
  • British English
  • Dansk (Danish)
  • Deutsch (German)
  • Espanol (Spanish)
  • French
  • Italian
  • Norsk (Norwegian) — thanks to Bjorn Pettersen
  • Portuguese
  • Turkish — thanks to onur özbalcı

Latest Version

Download pyfdate_0.7.zip

version 0.7 (2008-08-30)

  • added Time.flex() method. See the tutorial for a discussion of monthly arithmetic and this method.

Older Versions

version 0.6 (2008-08-20)

  • added several "t2" (time, including seconds) methods to Time.
  • corrected documentation of "t2" methods. These methods show the time including seconds, not (as the documentation previously reported) including hundredths of seconds.

version 0.5.7 (2008-06-06)

  • added datesep, timesep, and seps keyword arguments to Time.get_isodatetime() method.

2008-03-18 : version 0.5.6

  • converted all non-English localization files to use Unicode. Thanks to Martin van Löwis for his advice.
  • Corrected errors in Turkish localization file — thanks to onur özbalcı.
  • Corrected errors in the civil date and time formats for the German (Deutsche) localization file.

2008-01-19 : version 0.5.6

  • added Time.t property (apparently it had somehow been deleted at some point).
  • added numsplit() function, which makes it easy to parse datetimes in ISO format.
  • added a new constant LANG to pyfdate and all of the language local modules. This is a convenience that allows pyfdate to tell you what language module it is using.

2008-01-01 : version 0.5.5

  • Improved the docstrings for use with epydoc
  • removed support for the optional "year" arg from the Time.isLeapYear() method.
  • created a new isLeapYear(year) function at the module level.
  • added support for keyword args on the Time.clone() method
  • added some tests of Time.clone() keyword args to test_11 in pyfdateTester.py

2007-12-31

  • Improved the docstrings for use with epydoc
  • Regenerated the epydoc and pydoc documentation.

2007-12-22

  • Converted all pyfdate_local files to Unicode
  • added pyfdate_local_turk

Version 0.5.3 -- 2007-12-17

  • added Time.goto() method
  • added Time.subtract() method
  • added Time.anniversaryOf() method
  • added Time.diffyears() and diffy() methods
  • added Time.diffmonths() and diffm() method
  • added Time.diffyearsmonths() and diffym() method
  • renamed Period.pshort to Period.short
  • added Period.shortest
  • added Period.days property (for consistency)

Version 0.4 -- 2007-12-16

  • Fixed check for ImportError on import of pyfdate_local.

Version 0.3 -- 2007-12-09

  • Added the isofilename property

Version 0.2 -- 2007-12-08

  • Note that version 0.2 is not backward compatible with version 0.1.
  • Fixed a few bugs
  • Changed the name of the ignoreToday keyword to useToday and flipped the boolean default value.
  • Reworked and expanded the language-specific localization files to make the more flexible and portable.

Version 0.1. -- 2007-12-05

  • First released version