Fuzzy Clock

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Fuzzy Clock is a Python class and command line utility to generate "fuzzy clock" output. Example for 2005/06/29 09:57: % fuzzyclock five to ten % fuzzyclock -f 2 ten oclock % fuzzyclock -f 3 Almost noon % fuzzyclock -f 4 Middle of week Whats New in This Release: · The release fixes a bug in the install script, so translations should now be properly installed by distutils..

Fuzzy Clock - Command Line Utility - Line Utility - Command Line - Clock - Fuzzy - Line - Python - Utility - Generate - Libraries - Programming

Published By:Christoph Neuroth

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:22 October, 2010

Version:0.3

Price:Free

Downloads:31

Size:10.2 KB

Platform: Linux

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