Source code for pyqso.calendar_dialog

#!/usr/bin/env python3

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import logging
import os.path

[docs]class CalendarDialog: """ Handler for a simple dialog containing a Gtk.Calendar widget. Using this ensures the date is in the correct YYYYMMDD format required by ADIF. """ def __init__(self, application): """ Set up the calendar widget and show it to the user. :arg application: The PyQSO application containing the main Gtk window, etc. """ self.builder = application.builder glade_file_path = os.path.join(os.path.realpath(os.path.dirname(__file__)), "res", "") self.builder.add_objects_from_file(glade_file_path, ("calendar_dialog",)) self.dialog = self.builder.get_object("calendar_dialog") self.calendar = self.builder.get_object("calendar") self.dialog.show_all() return @property def date(self): """ Return the date from the Gtk.Calendar widget in YYYYMMDD format. :returns: The date from the calendar in YYYYMMDD format. :rtype: str """ logging.debug("Retrieving the date from the calendar...") (year, month, day) = self.calendar.get_date() # If necessary, add on leading zeros so the YYYYMMDD format is followed. if(month + 1 < 10): month = "0" + str(month + 1) # Note: the months start from an index of 0 when retrieved from the calendar widget. else: month += 1 if(day < 10): day = "0" + str(day) date = str(year) + str(month) + str(day) return date