Workday detection for China
Workday detection for the People's Republic of China.
pip install -U cn_workday
This package provides only a single function currently.
>>> from cn_workday import is_workday >>> from datetime import datetime >>> is_workday(datetime.now()) >>> ...
This package is based on data files in CSV formats. They are stored in
directory inside the package. Each file contains the official holidays
and their tradeoffs (if any).
Currently we only have data files from 2017 to 2020. If you'd like to contribute, please take a look at the existing data files.
The official holiday definitions of the next year is usually published in November by Chinese government, you can find them here. Each data file should also contain a link to the official announcement, as a comment at the end of file.
This package is currently not compatible with
PyOxidizer due to its using of
__file__ (to load data files). Until there is a recommended way to handle
data files, this is likely to stay the same. Read more here.
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