Utility functions to deal with working days in date operations. With builtin localization support.
This package let you perform simple date arithmetics on standard datetime.date objects taking into account working days (weekend, holidays).
The API is simple and clear and the implementation is straightforward.
Localization - that is handling holidays for different countries - is built-in and easy to extend.
The implementation is not very optimized and it is expected to be used for small date deltas.
Currently only italian holidays are implemented, but feel free to send pull requests for your country of interest.
Check if a date is a working day
import date import workingdays is_today_working = workingdays.is_workingday(date.today())
Add a number of working days to a certain date
import date import workingdays two_workingdays_from_today = workingdays.add(date.today(), 2)
Count the number of working days between two dates
import date import workingdays workingdays_between_dates = workingdays.diff(date(2015, 3, 27), date(2015, 3, 25))
Compute the next working day starting from a certain date
import date import workingdays workingday_after_today = workingdays.next(date.today())
Use a different localization, that is taking into account holidays for a particular country
import date import workingdays import workingdays.l10n.it workingdays.is_workingday = workingdays.l10n.it.is_workingday workingday_after_today_in_italy = workingdays.next(date.today())
See file test.py in the source directory to have a better idea of the API and the expected results.
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