Jalali Date support for user interface. Easy conversion of DateTimeFiled to JalaliDateTimeField within the admin site, views, forms and templates.


Keywords
django jalali date
License
MIT
Install
pip install django-jalali-date==0.2.9

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django-jalali-date

Jalali Date support for user interface. Easy conversion of DateTimeFiled to JalaliDateTimeField within the admin site, view and templates.


DEPENDENCY

To use this module you need to install jdatetime(and of course you need django) and pytz module which you can install it with easy_install or pip


INSTALL

pip install django-jalali-date   

USAGE

settings.py

INSTALLED_APPS = [
	'django_apps',
	
	'jalali_date',
	
	'my_apps',
]

# defaults
JALALI_DATE_DEFAULTS = {
   'Strftime': {
        'date': '%y/%m/%d',
        'datetime': '%H:%M:%S _ %y/%m/%d',
    },
    'Static': {
        'js': [ # prefix address is 'admin/'
            'js/django_jalali.min.js',
            # or
            # 'jquery.ui.datepicker.jalali/scripts/jquery-1.10.2.min.js',
            # 'jquery.ui.datepicker.jalali/scripts/jquery.ui.core.js',
            # 'jquery.ui.datepicker.jalali/scripts/calendar.js',
            # 'jquery.ui.datepicker.jalali/scripts/jquery.ui.datepicker-cc.js',
            # 'jquery.ui.datepicker.jalali/scripts/jquery.ui.datepicker-cc-fa.js',
            # 'js/main.js',
        ],
        'css': {
            'all': [
                'admin/jquery.ui.datepicker.jalali/themes/base/jquery-ui.min.css',
            ]
        }
    },
}

views.py

from jalali_date import datetime2jalali, date2jalali

def my_view(request):
	jalali_join = datetime2jalali(request.user.date_joined).strftime('%y/%m/%d _ %H:%M:%S')

forms.py

from django import forms
from jalali_date.fields import JalaliDateField, SplitJalaliDateTimeField
from jalali_date.widgets import AdminJalaliDateWidget, AdminSplitJalaliDateTime


class TestForm(forms.ModelForm):
    class Meta:
        model = TestModel
        fields = ('name', 'date', 'date_time')

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super(TestForm, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
        self.fields['date'] = JalaliDateField(label=_('date'),
            widget=AdminJalaliDateWidget # optional, for user default datepicker
        )
        # you can added a "class" to this field for user your datepicker!
        # self.fields['date'].widget.attrs.update({'class': 'jalali_date-date'})

        self.fields['date_time'] = SplitJalaliDateTimeField(label=_('date time'), 
            widget=AdminSplitJalaliDateTime # required, for decompress DatetimeField to JalaliDateField and JalaliTimeField
        )

template.html

{% load jalali_tags %}

<p>{{ request.user.date_joined|to_jalali:'%y/%m/%d _ %H:%M:%S' }}</p>

<form method="post">{% csrf_token %}
    {{ form.media }} <!-- optinal, for load css and js of default datepicker -->
    {{ form.as_p }}
    <input type="submit">
</form>

admin.py

from django.contrib import admin
from jalali_date.admin import ModelAdminJalaliMixin, StackedInlineJalaliMixin, TabularInlineJalaliMixin	
    
class MyInlines1(TabularInlineJalaliMixin, admin.TabularInline):
	model = SecendModel

class MyInlines2(StackedInlineJalaliMixin, admin.StackedInline):
	model = ThirdModel
	
@admin.register(FirstModel)
class FirstModelAdmin(ModelAdminJalaliMixin, admin.ModelAdmin):
	inlines = (MyInlines1, MyInlines2, )
	readonly_fields = ('some_fields', 'date_field',)
	# you can override formfield, for example:
	formfield_overrides = {
	    JSONField: {'widget': JSONEditor},
	}

example