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BusinessTime is a simple utility for calculating business time aware timedeltas between two datetimes. BusinessTime's understanding of weekends, holidays and business hours can be easily configured in code.
.. code-block:: pycon
>>> datetime(2013, 12, 26, 5) - datetime(2013, 12, 23, 12)
>>> bt = businesstime.BusinessTime(holidays=businesstime.holidays.usa.USFederalHolidays())
>>> bt.businesstimedelta(datetime(2013, 12, 23, 12), datetime(2013, 12, 26, 5))
- Simple, pythonic, business-time-aware datetime math
- A simple declarative format for defining holidays
- A number of useful iterators/predicate functions related to holidays/weekends/business hours
* Fix broken pypi package (#14), thanks @tarkatronic
* Change package layout: country-specific holidays are stored in files named w/ their ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country codes
* Add 2013-2016 public holidays for Queensland/Brisbane Australia (#11), from @danc86
* Fix AttributeError when no holidays are specified (#10), from @danc86
* Handle US federal holidays that fall on the weekend but are observed on Friday/Monday (#8)
* Fixed a bug (#7) where a datetime after business hours and a datetime during business hours were handled incorrectly
* Fixed a bug (#6) where two datetimes on the same day but before business hours were handled incorrectly
* Fixed a bug (#3) where the first instant of a business day was not considered part of that day
* Fix changelog
* Fix pypi package
* Public Release
Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 2.7
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