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time related parser for argparse

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Requirements

  • Python 2.7
  • Python 3.3 or later

Install

$ pip install typedate

Usage

you can use as follows:

#!/usr/bin/env python
from typedate import TypeDate, TypeDelta, TypeZone

if __name__ == '__main__':
    import argparse
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()

    # datetime parsing
    parser.add_argument("--datetime1", type=TypeDate('%Y%m%d'))
    parser.add_argument("--datetime2", type=TypeDate(timezone='Asia/Tokyo'))
    parser.add_argument("--datetime3", type=TypeDate(timezone='+09:00'))
    parser.add_argument("--datetime4", type=TypeDate(timedelta='1years -2months 3days 4hours 5minute 6seconds'))

    # timezone parsing
    parser.add_argument("--timezone1", type=TypeZone())
    parser.add_argument("--timezone2", type=TypeZone())

    # timedelta parsing
    ## if python-dateutil installed, used automatically dateutil.relativedelta.relativedelta else datetime.timedelta.
    parser.add_argument("--defaultdelta", type=TypeDelta())

    ## it can be specified by cls argument.
    from datetime import timedelta
    from dateutil.relativedelta import relativedelta
    parser.add_argument("--timedelta", type=TypeDelta(cls=timedelta))
    parser.add_argument("--relativedelta", type=TypeDelta(cls=relativedelta))

    args = parser.parse_args()
    print('datetime1:\t', args.datetime1, type(args.datetime1))
    print('datetime2:\t', args.datetime2, type(args.datetime2))
    print('datetime3:\t', args.datetime3, type(args.datetime3))
    print('datetime4:\t', args.datetime4, type(args.datetime4))

    print('timezone1:\t', args.timezone1, type(args.timezone1))
    print('timezone2:\t', args.timezone2, type(args.timezone2))

    print('defaultdelta:\t', args.defaultdelta, type(args.defaultdelta))
    print('timedelta:\t', args.timedelta, type(args.timedelta))
    print('relativedelta:\t', args.relativedelta, type(args.relativedelta))

and,

$ python test_command.py \
  --datetime1='19880522' \
  --datetime2='2016-01-01' \
  --datetime3='2016/01/01' \
  --datetime4='01/01 00:00 2016' \
  --timezone1='-0500' \
  --timezone2='Asia/Tokyo'  \
  --defaultdelta='1years -2months 3days 4hours 5minutes 6seconds' \
  --timedelta='3days 4hours 5minutes 6seconds' \
  --relativedelta='1years -2months 3days 4hours 5minutes 6seconds'

datetime1:       1988-05-22 00:00:00 <class 'datetime.datetime'>
datetime2:       2016-01-01 00:00:00+09:00 <class 'datetime.datetime'>
datetime3:       2016-01-01 00:00:00+09:00 <class 'datetime.datetime'>
datetime4:       2016-11-04 04:05:06 <class 'datetime.datetime'>
timezone1:       -05:00 <class 'typedate.type.zone.TzInfo'>
timezone2:       Asia/Tokyo <class 'pytz.tzfile.Asia/Tokyo'>
defaultdelta:    relativedelta(years=+1, months=-2, days=+3, hours=+4, minutes=+5, seconds=+6) <class 'dateutil.relativedelta.relativedelta'>
timedelta:       3 days, 4:05:06 <class 'datetime.timedelta'>
relativedelta:   relativedelta(years=+1, months=-2, days=+3, hours=+4, minutes=+5, seconds=+6) <class 'dateutil.relativedelta.relativedelta'>

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