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Python module for determining if a datetime is within a time period

Project description

Python module for determining if a datetime is within a time period.

Based on the original TimePeriod module written by Paul Boyd <boyd.paul2@gmail.com>.

Installation

$ sudo pip install timeperiod2

Usage

import datetime
import timeperiod
# will return True iff we have Monday, Tuesday or Thursday:
timeperiod.in_period('wd {mon tue thu}')
# will return True iff we have "office time"
timeperiod.in_period('wd {Mon-Fri} hr {9-17}', datetime.datetime.now())

License

Released under the LGPL:

http://www.gnu.org/licenses/#LGPL

Also see the LICENSE file.

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