Source code for shotgun_globals.date_time

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import datetime

[docs]def create_human_readable_date(dt): """ Return the date represented by the argument as a string, displaying recent dates as "Yesterday", "Today", or "Tomorrow". :param dt: The date convert to a string :type dt: :class:`datetime.date` or :class:`datetime.datetime` :returns: A String representing date appropriate for display """ if isinstance(dt, datetime.datetime): delta = datetime.datetime.now(dt.tzinfo) - dt elif isinstance(dt, datetime.date): delta = datetime.date.today() - dt if delta.days == 1: date_str = "Yesterday" elif delta.days == 0: date_str = "Today" elif delta.days == -1: date_str = "Tomorrow" else: # use the locale appropriate date representation date_str = dt.strftime("%x") return date_str
def create_human_readable_timestamp(dt, postfix=""): """ Return the time represented by the argument as a string where the date portion is displayed as "Yesterday", "Today", or "Tomorrow" if appropriate. By default just the date is displayed, but additional formatting can be appended by using the postfix argument. :param dt: The date and time to convert to a string :type dt: :class:`datetime.datetime` or float :param postfix: What will be displayed after the date portion of the dt argument :type postfix: A strftime style String :returns: A String representing dt appropriate for display """ # shotgun_model converts datetimes to floats representing unix time so # handle that as a valid value as well if isinstance(dt, float): dt = datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(dt) # get a relative date_str date_str = create_human_readable_date(dt) time_format = date_str + postfix return dt.strftime(time_format)