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PyTime fork for NSW, Australia

Project description

PyTimeNSW is a fork of PyTime with additional days added for NSW public holidays.

Installation

pip install pytimeNSW

To Do List

  1. Add family_day public holiday for Canberra
  2. Add is_public_can and public_holidays_can functions for Canberra
  3. Add is_weekend function takes string or datimeTime and returns Boolean
  4. Add ‘Monday rollover’ for public holidays that land on a weekend
  5. Add days_until that accepts public holiday name as argument and returns int
  6. Change is_public to work for python2 list comprehensions ## Basic Usage
>>>from pytimeNSW import pytimeNSW
>>>
>>>queen = pytimeNSW.queen()           # Queen's Birthday
>>>print(queen)
datetime.date(2017, 6, 12)
>>>
>>>pytimeNSW.public(easter)             # Easter Public Holidays
[datetime.date(2017, 3, 30),
 datetime.date(2017, 3, 31),
 datetime.date(2017, 4, 1),
 datetime.date(2017, 4, 2)]
>>>
>>> labour = pytimeNSW.labour(2019)      # 2019 Labour Day
>>>print(labour)
datetime.date(2019, 10, 7)

Other public holidays

>>>pytimeNSW.boxing()                      # Boxing Day
datetime.date(2015, 12, 26)
>>>
>>>pytimekr.anzac()                    # Anzac Day
datetime.date(2017, 4, 25)
>>>
>>>pytimeNSW.australia()                # Australia Day
datetime.date(2017, 1, 26)
>>>pytimeNSW.public_holidays(1995)                # List of public holidays in given year
[datetime.date(1995, 4, 25),
 datetime.date(1995, 1, 26),
 datetime.date(1995, 4, 14),
 datetime.date(1995, 4, 15),
 datetime.date(1995, 4, 16),
 datetime.date(1995, 4, 17),
 datetime.date(1995, 1, 1),
 datetime.date(1995, 12, 25),
 datetime.date(1995, 12, 26),
 datetime.date(1995, 6, 12),
 datetime.date(1995, 10, 2)]
>>>pytimeNSW.ispublic('April 25 2015')                # Verifies if a date is a public holiday
True

License

MIT

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