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Date Calculator

   1.0  

KDE Other Utility

Score 80%
Date Calculator
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Date Calculator
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Date Calculator
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  1770
Submitted:  Apr 1 2006
Updated:  May 20 2010

Description:

This application is a date calculator aimed primarily for use by lawyers and other professionals that require quick calculation of deadlines. Its purpose is to make it easy to calculate how many days there are between two given dates, or to add or subtract a certain number of days from a given date. For example, working out the number of days between two dates to calculate an interest charge, or when a court filing date is due. It has a number of unique features that are essential for lawyers and other professionals.

Features

- Determine the number of days between two dates
- Add or subtract a number of days to or from a date
- Perform calculations based on working days only
- Perform calculations inclusive of start/end dates
- Specify holidays based on a fixed date, relative dates, or lunar dependent dates
- Save different sets of holidays as templates, useful for easily calculating dates based on different criteria
- View the holidays for the current holiday set for different years
- View the analysis of working days for each calculation
- Create a PDF report for a calculation for filing purposes

This application is available for both Linux and Windows.




Changelog:

20 May 2010 - 1.0

Fixed a stupid bug that meant that calculations could not be done until the user had set up holidays

2 May 2010 - 0.99

Added a lot of new features:

- Support for ranges of dates for holidays
- Support for holiday templates allowing you to save and access different holiday sets
- Support for creating a PDF report of a calculation
- Display all the holidays of the current template for a particular year
- Display a log of the working days in a calculation
- New UI layout
- Heaps of bug fixes

20 April 2010 - 0.95

- Fixed yet another version check bug
- Fixed a bug with the recognition of easter holidays

12 April 2010 - 0.94

- Fixed another version check bug
- Fixed calculation bug with addition/subtraction of dates

11 April 2010 - 0.93

- Fixed bugs with version checking
- Fixed bug with windows version so that config data is saved in the correct place

9 April 2010 - 0.92

- New date input method using calendar style input
- More bug fixes
- Packageing fixes in Windows version

6 April 2010 - 0.91

Fixed version references, added a check for updated versions and minor bug fixes.

5 April 2010 - 0.9

This is a port of Date Calculator to pyqt4.

- Ported to pyqt4.

- Cross-platform support for Windows.

- Bug fixes to original app.



License:
GPLv2

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 nice

 
 by blurymind on: Apr 3 2006
 
Score 50%

leisure suit Larry is gonna Love this,lol.


...and May the source be with you.. @655
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 Update fails to launch

 
 by anjpr on: Apr 20 2010
 
Score 50%

I had the previous version and everything worked fine. When I updated to the latest version the application fails to launch. This is the output I get from running the commands.

[julio@localhost ~]$ tar -jxpf date_calc.0.94.tar.bz2
[julio@localhost ~]$ cd date_calculator
[julio@localhost date_calculator]$ ./date_calc_4.py
./date_calc_4.py:87: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def addNumber(self):
./date_calc_4.py:112: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def subtractNumber(self):
./date_calc_4.py:135: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def deltaDates(self):
./date_calc_4.py:135: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def deltaDates(self):
./date_calc_4.py:321: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def writeConfig(self):
Getting Configuration ...
Couldn't get data from file. Using defaults ...
<ConfigParser.RawConfigParser instance at 0xb567abcc>
No cached version
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./date_calc_4.py", line 459, in <module>
mw = mainwindow()
File "./date_calc_4.py", line 21, in __init__
self.checkVersion()
File "./date_calc_4.py", line 75, in checkVersion
self.f.QMessageBox.information(self.f.spinBox, "New Version Available", "There is a new version of Date Calculator available.\nDownload it from http://everydaylht.com/my-apps/date-calculator")
AttributeError: 'Ui_Dialog' object has no attribute 'QMessageBox'
[julio@localhost date_calculator]$ cd /home/julio/date_calculator
[julio@localhost date_calculator]$ ./date_calc_4.py
./date_calc_4.py:87: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def addNumber(self):
./date_calc_4.py:112: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def subtractNumber(self):
./date_calc_4.py:135: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def deltaDates(self):
./date_calc_4.py:135: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def deltaDates(self):
./date_calc_4.py:321: SyntaxWarning: import * only allowed at module level
def writeConfig(self):
Getting Configuration ...
Couldn't get data from file. Using defaults ...
<ConfigParser.RawConfigParser instance at 0xb5737bcc>
No cached version
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./date_calc_4.py", line 459, in <module>
mw = mainwindow()
File "./date_calc_4.py", line 21, in __init__
self.checkVersion()
File "./date_calc_4.py", line 75, in checkVersion
self.f.QMessageBox.information(self.f.spinBox, "New Version Available", "There is a new version of Date Calculator available.\nDownload it from http://everydaylht.com/my-apps/date-calculator")
AttributeError: 'Ui_Dialog' object has no attribute 'QMessageBox'
[julio@localhost date_calculator]$


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 Re: Update fails to launch

 
 by Matti on: Apr 20 2010
 
Score 50%

Sorry, had the download link pointing to the old version. Should work now.

Cheers


Matt
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