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Sprint / Release planning objects

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Calculation objects to handle varying sprint/point commitment across various releases.

Example

>>> import datetime
>>>
>>> from pysprints import ReleasePlan
>>>
>>> release_plan = ReleasePlan(start_sprint_number=5,
...                            start_date=datetime.date(year=2012,
...                                                     month=5,
...                                                     day=17),
...                            sprint_length_calendar_days=15)
>>>
>>> release_plan.add_release(name='Foo', points=20)
>>> release_plan.add_release(name='Bar', points=50)
>>> release_plan.next_sprint(points_mix=(('Foo', 10),
...                                      ('Bar', 20)))
Sprint(number=5, start_date=2012-5-17, length_calendar_days=15)
>>> release_plan.next_sprint(points_mix=(('Foo', 15),
...                                      ('Bar', 15)))
Sprint(number=6, start_date=2012-6-1, length_calendar_days=15)
>>> release_plan.end('Foo')
Sprint(number=6, start_date=2012-6-1, length_calendar_days=15)
>>> release_plan.end('Foo').number
6
>>> release_plan.end('Foo').end_date
datetime.date(2012, 6, 15)
>>> release_plan.end('Bar')
>>>
>>> release_plan.end_dict
{'Foo': Sprint(number=6, start_date=2012-6-1, length_calendar_days=15), 'Bar': None}

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