Koha::Calendar - Object containing a branches calendar
This documentation refers to Koha::Calendar version 0.0.1
use Koha::Calendat my $c = Koha::Calender->new( branchcode => 'MAIN' ); my $dt = DateTime->now(); # are we open $open = $c->is_holiday($dt); # when will item be due if loan period = $dur (a DateTime::Duration object) $duedate = $c->addDate($dt,$dur,'days');
Implements those features of C4::Calendar needed for Staffs Rolling Loans
my $calendar = Koha::Calendar->new( branchcode => 'MAIN' );
The option branchcode is required
my $dt = $calendar->addDate($date, $dur, $unit)
$date is a DateTime object representing the starting date of the interval.
$offset is a DateTime::Duration to add to it
$unit is a string value 'days' or 'hours' toflag granularity of duration
Currently unit is only used to invoke Staffs return Monday at 10 am rule this parameter will be removed when issuingrules properly cope with that
$yesno = $calendar->is_holiday($dt);
passed at DateTime object returns 1 if it is a closed day 0 if not according to the calendar
$duration = $calendar->days_between($start_dt, $end_dt);
Passed two dates returns a DateTime::Duration object measuring the length between them ignoring closed days
Will croak if not passed a branchcode in new
This only contains a limited subset of the functionality in C4::Calendar Only enough to support Staffs Rolling loans
Colin Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org
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