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library for manipulating datetimes with ease and clarity

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Tardis: Time Travel Made Easy

Tardis is a library for clearing up the inconvenient truths that arise dealing with datetimes in Python. Understanding that timing is a delicate enough of a problem tardis hopes to provide a cleaner less troublesome solution to shifting, manipulating, and generating datetimes.

Tardis stands on the shoulders of giants pytz and dateutil

Tardis will provide natural language improvements for manipulating time, as well as datetime abstractions for ease of use. The overall goal is to improve datetime manipulations, with a little bit of software and philosophy.

Pretty much make you a badass time traveller.

Getting Started

Here is the world without a flux capacitor at your side:

from datetime import datetime
import pytz

est = pytz.timezone('US/Eastern')
d =
d = est.normalize(d.astimezone(est))
return d

Now lets warm up the tardis:

from tardis import Tardis

d = Tardis()
d = d.shift('US/Eastern')
return d

Look at you looking all fly. This was just a test drive: check out out what else tardis can help with in the documentation.

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