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Python module to convert dates between different calendar systems (Gregorian, Julian, ISO, Hebrew, Islamic, Mayan, Indian Civil, Baha'i, Persian, French Republican). Additionally, a module exists for retrieving the Gergorian dates for US holidays
This projects collects some simple scripts and examples using the Google Spreadsheets Data APIs and Google Calendar Data APIs client libraries for Python. The main goal is to collect and publish small snippets of code that, if not completely general and ready to use, remain simple enoguh (and hopefully well documented) to be adapted to you own needs. The code in this project is based on Python version 2.6.1 gdata-python-client version 1.3 python-dateutil 1.4.1 (for the calendar part) and has bee
FeaturesProvides the [http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/models/querysets/ QuerySet] method times which returns a list of all available dates of a particular kind within the contents of the QuerySet. Eg. #!/usr/bin/python#models.pyclass Vote(models.Model) created_at = models.DateTimeField() objects = TimesQuerySetManager() ...# console>>> Vote.objects.all().times(field=created_at)[(datetime.datetime(2008, 9, 23, 0, 58), 1), (datetime.datetime(2008, 9, 23, 1, 16), 2), (datetime.datetime(200
NOTE: I have begun to move this project over to bitbucket. The latest version can now be found here: http://bitbucket.org/wnielson/django-chronograph/ Control django-admin commands via the web. Creating cron jobs for Django apps can be a pain, annoying and repetitive. With django-chronograph you simply create a single cron job to run every minute, point it at your site's directory and run manage.py cron. Then from the admin you can add jobs. For example, say you're using the awesome django-maile
What is srtgplot?srtgplot was written to automate the commonly encountered need of plotting data captured by executing unix commands in real-time (eg: TX packets from ifconfig or monitoring the temperature of a hard-drive using output from smartctl).The real-time data can be generated using any command, program or script. Data is expected to be either numeric or continuous and the graph plotted is a moving timeline. The specified command is run at the specified frequency, the generated data is c