[Git][debiangisteam/cftime][master] 5 commits: New upstream version 1.0.2
Bas Couwenberg
gitlab at salsa.debian.org
Sat Oct 27 09:24:51 BST 2018
Bas Couwenberg pushed to branch master at Debian GIS Project / cftime
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e2ea7178 by Bas Couwenberg at 20181027T07:54:29Z
New upstream version 1.0.2
    
226433fa by Bas Couwenberg at 20181027T07:54:30Z
Merge tag 'upstream/1.0.2'
Upstream version 1.0.2
    
0e82d947 by Bas Couwenberg at 20181027T07:54:44Z
New upstream release.
    
ad8651a1 by Bas Couwenberg at 20181027T08:03:03Z
Update copyright file to include GPL3+ for calcalcs code.
    
02d0fba7 by Bas Couwenberg at 20181027T08:04:30Z
Set distribution to unstable.
    
8 changed files:
 COPYING
 README.md
 cftime/__init__.py
 cftime/_cftime.pyx
 debian/changelog
 debian/copyright
 + test/benchmark.py
 test/test_cftime.py
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README.md
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@@ 6,6 +6,10 @@ Timehandling functionality from netcdf4python
[![PyPI package](https://badge.fury.io/py/cftime.svg)](http://python.org/pypi/cftime)
## News
+10/27/2018: version 1.0.2 released. Improved accuracy (from approximately 1000 microseconds to 10 microseconds on x86
+platforms). Refactored calendar calculations now allow for negative reference years. num2date function now more than an
+order of magnitude faster. `months since` units now allowed, but only for `360_day` calendar.
+
08/15/2018: version 1.0.1 released.
11/8/2016: `cftime` was split out of the [netcdf4python](https://github.com/Unidata/netcdf4python) package.
=====================================
cftime/__init__.py
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@@ 1,6 +1,6 @@
from ._cftime import utime, JulianDayFromDate, DateFromJulianDay
from ._cftime import _parse_date, date2index, time2index
from ._cftime import datetime
+from ._cftime import datetime, real_datetime
from ._cftime import DatetimeNoLeap, DatetimeAllLeap, Datetime360Day, DatetimeJulian, \
DatetimeGregorian, DatetimeProlepticGregorian
from ._cftime import microsec_units, millisec_units, \
=====================================
cftime/_cftime.pyx
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@@ 5,11 +5,10 @@ Performs conversions of netCDF time coordinate data to/from datetime objects.
from cpython.object cimport PyObject_RichCompare
import cython
import numpy as np
import math
import numpy
import re
+import sys
import time
from datetime import datetime as real_datetime
+from datetime import datetime as datetime_python
from datetime import timedelta, MINYEAR
import time # strftime
try:
@@ 23,11 +22,23 @@ sec_units = ['second', 'seconds', 'sec', 'secs', 's']
min_units = ['minute', 'minutes', 'min', 'mins']
hr_units = ['hour', 'hours', 'hr', 'hrs', 'h']
day_units = ['day', 'days', 'd']
+month_units = ['month', 'months'] # only allowed for 360_day calendar
_units = microsec_units+millisec_units+sec_units+min_units+hr_units+day_units
+# supported calendars. Includes synonyms ('standard'=='gregorian',
+# '366_day'=='all_leap','365_day'=='noleap')
+# see http://cfconventions.org/cfconventions/cfconventions.html#calendar
+# for definitions.
_calendars = ['standard', 'gregorian', 'proleptic_gregorian',
'noleap', 'julian', 'all_leap', '365_day', '366_day', '360_day']
+# Following are number of Days Per Month
+cdef int[12] _dpm = [31, 28, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31]
+cdef int[12] _dpm_leap = [31, 29, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31]
+cdef int[12] _dpm_360 = [30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30]
+# Same as above, but SUM of previous months (no leap years).
+cdef int[13] _spm_365day = [0, 31, 59, 90, 120, 151, 181, 212, 243, 273, 304, 334, 365]
+cdef int[13] _spm_366day = [0, 31, 60, 91, 121, 152, 182, 213, 244, 274, 305, 335, 366]
__version__ = '1.0.1'
+__version__ = '1.0.2'
# Adapted from http://delete.me.uk/2005/03/iso8601.html
# Note: This regex ensures that all ISO8601 timezone formats are accepted  but, due to legacy support for other timestrings, not all incorrect formats can be rejected.
@@ 41,6 +52,15 @@ ISO8601_REGEX = re.compile(r"(?P<year>[+]?[09]{1,4})((?P<month>[09]{1,2})((
TIMEZONE_REGEX = re.compile(
"(?P<prefix>[+])(?P<hours>[09]{2})(?:(?::(?P<minutes1>[09]{2}))(?P<minutes2>[09]{2}))?")
+class real_datetime(datetime_python):
+ """add dayofwk and dayofyr attributes to python datetime instance"""
+ @property
+ def dayofwk(self):
+ # 0=Monday, 6=Sunday
+ return self.weekday()
+ @property
+ def dayofyr(self):
+ return self.timetuple().tm_yday
# start of the gregorian calendar
gregorian = real_datetime(1582,10,15)
@@ 81,13 +101,19 @@ def _dateparse(timestr):
raise ValueError('cannot use utc_offset for reference years <= 0')
return basedate
+def _round_half_up(x):
+ # 'round half up' so 0.5 rounded to 1 (instead of 0 as in numpy.round)
+ return np.ceil(np.floor(2.*x)/2.)
cdef _parse_date_and_units(timestr):
+cdef _parse_date_and_units(timestr,calendar='standard'):
"""parse a string of the form timeunits since yyyymmdd hh:mm:ss
return a tuple (units,utc_offset, datetimeinstance)"""
(units, isostring) = _datesplit(timestr)
 if units not in _units:
 raise ValueError(
+ if not ((units in month_units and calendar=='360_day') or units in _units):
+ if units in month_units and calendar != '360_day':
+ raise ValueError("'months since' units only allowed for '360_day' calendar")
+ else:
+ raise ValueError(
"units must be one of 'seconds', 'minutes', 'hours' or 'days' (or singular version of these), got '%s'" % units)
# parse the date string.
year, month, day, hour, minute, second, utc_offset = _parse_date(
@@ 111,7 +137,7 @@ def date2num(dates,units,calendar='standard'):
**`units`**: a string of the form `<time units> since <reference time>`
describing the time units. `<time units>` can be days, hours, minutes,
seconds, milliseconds or microseconds. `<reference time>` is the time
 origin.
+ origin. `months_since` is allowed *only* for the `360_day` calendar.
**`calendar`**: describes the calendar used in the time calculations.
All the values currently defined in the
@@ 121,7 +147,7 @@ def date2num(dates,units,calendar='standard'):
Default is `'standard'`, which is a mixed Julian/Gregorian calendar.
returns a numeric time value, or an array of numeric time values
 with approximately millisecond accuracy.
+ with approximately 10 microsecond accuracy.
"""
calendar = calendar.lower()
basedate = _dateparse(units)
@@ 131,9 +157,6 @@ def date2num(dates,units,calendar='standard'):
if basedate.year == 0:
msg='zero not allowed as a reference year, does not exist in Julian or Gregorian calendars'
raise ValueError(msg)
 elif basedate.year < 0:
 msg='negative reference year in time units, must be >= 1'
 raise ValueError(msg)
if (calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian' and basedate.year >= MINYEAR) or \
(calendar in ['gregorian','standard'] and basedate > gregorian):
@@ 144,12 +167,12 @@ def date2num(dates,units,calendar='standard'):
except:
isscalar = True
if isscalar:
 dates = numpy.array([dates])
+ dates = np.array([dates])
else:
 dates = numpy.array(dates)
+ dates = np.array(dates)
shape = dates.shape
ismasked = False
 if numpy.ma.isMA(dates) and numpy.ma.is_masked(dates):
+ if np.ma.isMA(dates) and np.ma.is_masked(dates):
mask = dates.mask
ismasked = True
times = []
@@ 177,7 +200,7 @@ def date2num(dates,units,calendar='standard'):
if isscalar:
return times[0]
else:
 return numpy.reshape(numpy.array(times), shape)
+ return np.reshape(np.array(times), shape)
else: # use cftime module for other calendars
cdftime = utime(units,calendar=calendar)
return cdftime.date2num(dates)
@@ 197,7 +220,7 @@ def num2date(times,units,calendar='standard',only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
**`units`**: a string of the form `<time units> since <reference time>`
describing the time units. `<time units>` can be days, hours, minutes,
seconds, milliseconds or microseconds. `<reference time>` is the time
 origin.
+ origin. `months_since` is allowed *only* for the `360_day` calendar.
**`calendar`**: describes the calendar used in the time calculations.
All the values currently defined in the
@@ 211,7 +234,7 @@ def num2date(times,units,calendar='standard',only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
subclass cftime.datetime are returned for all calendars.
returns a datetime instance, or an array of datetime instances with
 approximately millisecond accuracy.
+ approximately 10 microsecond accuracy.
***Note***: The datetime instances returned are 'real' python datetime
objects if `calendar='proleptic_gregorian'`, or
@@ 231,11 +254,8 @@ def num2date(times,units,calendar='standard',only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
if basedate.year == 0:
msg='zero not allowed as a reference year, does not exist in Julian or Gregorian calendars'
raise ValueError(msg)
 elif basedate.year < 0:
 msg='negative reference year in time units, must be >= 1'
 raise ValueError(msg)
 postimes = (numpy.asarray(times) > 0).all() # netcdf4python issue #659
+ postimes = (np.asarray(times) > 0).all() # netcdf4python issue #659
if only_use_cftime_datetimes:
cdftime = utime(units, calendar=calendar,
only_use_cftime_datetimes=only_use_cftime_datetimes)
@@ 249,12 +269,12 @@ def num2date(times,units,calendar='standard',only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
except:
isscalar = True
if isscalar:
 times = numpy.array([times],dtype='d')
+ times = np.array([times],dtype='d')
else:
 times = numpy.array(times, dtype='d')
+ times = np.array(times, dtype='d')
shape = times.shape
ismasked = False
 if numpy.ma.isMA(times) and numpy.ma.is_masked(times):
+ if np.ma.isMA(times) and np.ma.is_masked(times):
mask = times.mask
ismasked = True
dates = []
@@ 281,7 +301,7 @@ def num2date(times,units,calendar='standard',only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
days = tsecs // 86400.
msecsd = tsecs*1.e6  days*86400.*1.e6
secs = msecsd // 1.e6
 msecs = numpy.round(msecsd  secs*1.e6)
+ msecs = np.round(msecsd  secs*1.e6)
td = timedelta(days=days,seconds=secs,microseconds=msecs)
# add time delta to base date.
date = basedate + td
@@ 289,7 +309,7 @@ def num2date(times,units,calendar='standard',only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
if isscalar:
return dates[0]
else:
 return numpy.reshape(numpy.array(dates), shape)
+ return np.reshape(np.array(dates), shape)
else: # use cftime for other calendars
cdftime = utime(units,calendar=calendar)
return cdftime.num2date(times)
@@ 338,9 +358,6 @@ def date2index(dates, nctime, calendar=None, select='exact'):
if basedate.year == 0:
msg='zero not allowed as a reference year, does not exist in Julian or Gregorian calendars'
raise ValueError(msg)
 elif basedate.year < 0:
 msg='negative reference year in time units, must be >= 1'
 raise ValueError(msg)
if (calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian' and basedate.year >= MINYEAR) or \
(calendar in ['gregorian','standard'] and basedate > gregorian):
@@ 355,7 +372,7 @@ def JulianDayFromDate(date, calendar='standard'):
"""JulianDayFromDate(date, calendar='standard')
creates a Julian Day from a 'datetimelike' object. Returns the fractional
 Julian Day (approximately millisecond accuracy).
+ Julian Day (approximately 10 microsecond accuracy).
if calendar='standard' or 'gregorian' (default), Julian day follows Julian
Calendar on and before 1582105, Gregorian calendar after 15821015.
@@ 363,16 +380,8 @@ def JulianDayFromDate(date, calendar='standard'):
if calendar='proleptic_gregorian', Julian Day follows gregorian calendar.
if calendar='julian', Julian Day follows julian calendar.

 Algorithm:

 Meeus, Jean (1998) Astronomical Algorithms (2nd Edition). WillmannBell,
 Virginia. p. 63

"""
 # based on redate.py by David Finlayson.

# check if input was scalar and change return accordingly
isscalar = False
try:
@@ 388,7 +397,12 @@ def JulianDayFromDate(date, calendar='standard'):
minute = year.copy()
second = year.copy()
microsecond = year.copy()
 for i, d in enumerate(date):
+ jd = np.empty(year.shape, np.float128)
+ cdef long double[:] jd_view = jd
+ cdef Py_ssize_t i_max = len(date)
+ cdef Py_ssize_t i
+ for i in range(i_max):
+ d = date[i]
year[i] = d.year
month[i] = d.month
day[i] = d.day
@@ 396,161 +410,33 @@ def JulianDayFromDate(date, calendar='standard'):
minute[i] = d.minute
second[i] = d.second
microsecond[i] = d.microsecond
 # convert years in BC era to astronomical years (so that 1 BC is year zero)
 # (fixes netcdf4python issue #596)
 year[year < 0] = year[year < 0] + 1
 # Convert time to fractions of a day
 day = day + hour / 24.0 + minute / 1440.0 + (second + microsecond/1.e6) / 86400.0

 # Start Meeus algorithm (variables are in his notation)
 month_lt_3 = month < 3
 month[month_lt_3] = month[month_lt_3] + 12
 year[month_lt_3] = year[month_lt_3]  1

 # MC  assure array
 # A = np.int64(year / 100)
 A = (year / 100).astype(np.int64)

 # MC
 # jd = int(365.25 * (year + 4716)) + int(30.6001 * (month + 1)) + \
 # day  1524.5
 jd = 365. * year + np.int32(0.25 * year + 2000.) + np.int32(30.6001 * (month + 1)) + \
 day + 1718994.5

 # optionally adjust the jd for the switch from
 # the Julian to Gregorian Calendar
 # here assumed to have occurred the day after 1582 October 4
 if calendar in ['standard', 'gregorian']:
 # MC  do not have to be contiguous dates
 # if np.min(jd) >= 2299170.5:
 # # 1582 October 15 (Gregorian Calendar)
 # B = 2  A + np.int32(A / 4)
 # elif np.max(jd) < 2299160.5:
 # # 1582 October 5 (Julian Calendar)
 # B = np.zeros(len(jd))
 # else:
 # print(date, calendar, jd)
 # raise ValueError(
 # 'impossible date (falls in gap between end of Julian calendar and beginning of Gregorian calendar')
 if np.any((jd >= 2299160.5) & (jd < 2299170.5)): # missing days in Gregorian calendar
 raise ValueError(
 'impossible date (falls in gap between end of Julian calendar and beginning of Gregorian calendar')
 B = np.zeros(len(jd)) # 1582 October 5 (Julian Calendar)
 ii = np.where(jd >= 2299170.5)[0] # 1582 October 15 (Gregorian Calendar)
 if ii.size>0:
 B[ii] = 2  A[ii] + np.int32(A[ii] / 4)
 elif calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian':
 B = 2  A + np.int32(A / 4)
 elif calendar == 'julian':
 B = np.zeros(len(jd))
 else:
 raise ValueError(
 'unknown calendar, must be one of julian,standard,gregorian,proleptic_gregorian, got %s' % calendar)
+ jd_view[i] = <double>_IntJulianDayFromDate(<int>year[i],<int>month[i],<int>day[i],calendar)
 # adjust for Julian calendar if necessary
 jd = jd + B
+ # at this point jd is an integer representing noon UTC on the given
+ # year,month,day.
+ # compute fractional day from hour,minute,second,microsecond
+ fracday = hour / 24.0 + minute / 1440.0 + (second + microsecond/1.e6) / 86400.0
+ jd = jd  0.5 + fracday
# Add a small offset (proportional to Julian date) for correct reconversion.
# This is about 45 microseconds in 2000 for Julian date starting 4712.
# (pull request #433).
 eps = np.finfo(float).eps
 eps = np.maximum(eps*jd, eps)
 jd += eps
+ if calendar not in ['all_leap','no_leap','360_day','365_day','366_day']:
+ eps = np.array(np.finfo(np.float64).eps,np.float128)
+ eps = np.maximum(eps*jd, eps)
+ jd += eps
if isscalar:
return jd[0]
else:
return jd

cdef _NoLeapDayFromDate(date):
 """

creates a Julian Day for a calendar with no leap years from a datetime
instance. Returns the fractional Julian Day (approximately millisecond accuracy).

 """

 year = date.year
 month = date.month
 day = date.day
 hour = date.hour
 minute = date.minute
 second = date.second
 microsecond = date.microsecond
 # Convert time to fractions of a day
 day = day + hour / 24.0 + minute / 1440.0 + (second + microsecond/1.e6) / 86400.0

 # Start Meeus algorithm (variables are in his notation)
 if (month < 3):
 month = month + 12
 year = year  1

 jd = int(365. * (year + 4716)) + int(30.6001 * (month + 1)) + \
 day  1524.5

 return jd


cdef _AllLeapFromDate(date):
 """

creates a Julian Day for a calendar where all years have 366 days from
a 'datetimelike' object.
Returns the fractional Julian Day (approximately millisecond accuracy).

 """

 year = date.year
 month = date.month
 day = date.day
 hour = date.hour
 minute = date.minute
 second = date.second
 microsecond = date.microsecond
 # Convert time to fractions of a day
 day = day + hour / 24.0 + minute / 1440.0 + (second + microsecond/1.e6) / 86400.0

 # Start Meeus algorithm (variables are in his notation)
 if (month < 3):
 month = month + 12
 year = year  1

 jd = int(366. * (year + 4716)) + int(30.6001 * (month + 1)) + \
 day  1524.5

 return jd


cdef _360DayFromDate(date):
 """

creates a Julian Day for a calendar where all months have 30 days from
a 'datetimelike' object.
Returns the fractional Julian Day (approximately millisecond accuracy).

 """

 year = date.year
 month = date.month
 day = date.day
 hour = date.hour
 minute = date.minute
 second = date.second
 microsecond = date.microsecond
 # Convert time to fractions of a day
 day = day + hour / 24.0 + minute / 1440.0 + (second + microsecond/1.e6) / 86400.0

 jd = int(360. * (year + 4716)) + int(30. * (month  1)) + day

 return jd


def DateFromJulianDay(JD, calendar='standard', only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
+def DateFromJulianDay(JD, calendar='standard', only_use_cftime_datetimes=False,
+ return_tuple=False):
"""
returns a 'datetimelike' object given Julian Day. Julian Day is a
 fractional day with approximately millisecond accuracy.
+ fractional day with approximately 10 microsecond accuracy.
if calendar='standard' or 'gregorian' (default), Julian day follows Julian
Calendar on and before 1582105, Gregorian calendar after 15821015.
@@ 565,95 +451,33 @@ def DateFromJulianDay(JD, calendar='standard', only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
(i.e. calendar='proleptic_gregorian', or calendar = 'standard'/'gregorian'
and the date is after 15821015). In all other cases a 'phony' datetime
objects are used, which are actually instances of cftime.datetime.

 Algorithm:

 Meeus, Jean (1998) Astronomical Algorithms (2nd Edition). WillmannBell,
 Virginia. p. 63
"""
 # based on redate.py by David Finlayson.
+ julian = np.array(JD, dtype=np.float128)
 julian = np.array(JD, dtype=float)

 if np.min(julian) < 0:
 raise ValueError('Julian Day must be positive')

 dayofwk = np.atleast_1d(np.int32(np.fmod(np.int32(julian + 1.5), 7)))
# get the day (Z) and the fraction of the day (F)
 # add 0.000005 which is 452 ms in case of jd being after
 # second 23:59:59 of a day we want to round to the next day see issue #75
 Z = np.atleast_1d(np.int32(np.round(julian)))
 F = np.atleast_1d(julian + 0.5  Z).astype(np.float64)
+ # use 'round half up' rounding instead of numpy's even rounding
+ # so that 0.5 is rounded to 1.0, not 0 (cftime issue #49)
+ Z = np.atleast_1d(np.int32(_round_half_up(julian)))
+ F = np.atleast_1d(julian + 0.5  Z).astype(np.float128)
+
+ cdef Py_ssize_t i_max = len(Z)
+ year = np.empty(i_max, dtype=np.int32)
+ month = np.empty(i_max, dtype=np.int32)
+ day = np.empty(i_max, dtype=np.int32)
+ dayofyr = np.zeros(i_max,dtype=np.int32)
+ dayofwk = np.zeros(i_max,dtype=np.int32)
+ cdef int ijd
+ cdef Py_ssize_t i
+ for i in range(i_max):
+ ijd = Z[i]
+ year[i],month[i],day[i],dayofwk[i],dayofyr[i] = _IntJulianDayToDate(ijd,calendar)
+
if calendar in ['standard', 'gregorian']:
 # MC
 # alpha = int((Z  1867216.25)/36524.25)
 # A = Z + 1 + alpha  int(alpha/4)
 alpha = np.int32(((Z  1867216.)  0.25) / 36524.25)
 A = Z + 1 + alpha  np.int32(0.25 * alpha)
 # check if dates before oct 5th 1582 are in the array
ind_before = np.where(julian < 2299160.5)[0]
 if len(ind_before) > 0:
 A[ind_before] = Z[ind_before]

 elif calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian':
 # MC
 # alpha = int((Z  1867216.25)/36524.25)
 # A = Z + 1 + alpha  int(alpha/4)
 alpha = np.int32(((Z  1867216.)  0.25) / 36524.25)
 A = Z + 1 + alpha  np.int32(0.25 * alpha)
 elif calendar == 'julian':
 A = Z
 else:
 raise ValueError(
 'unknown calendar, must be one of julian,standard,gregorian,proleptic_gregorian, got %s' % calendar)

 B = A + 1524
 # MC
 # C = int((B  122.1)/365.25)
 # D = int(365.25 * C)
 C = np.atleast_1d(np.int32(6680. + ((B  2439870.)  122.1) / 365.25))
 D = np.atleast_1d(np.int32(365 * C + np.int32(0.25 * C)))
 E = np.atleast_1d(np.int32((B  D) / 30.6001))

 # Convert to date
 day = np.clip(B  D  np.int64(30.6001 * E) + F, 1, None)
 nday = B  D  123
 dayofyr = nday  305
 ind_nday_before = np.where(nday <= 305)[0]
 if len(ind_nday_before) > 0:
 dayofyr[ind_nday_before] = nday[ind_nday_before] + 60
 # MC
 # if E < 14:
 # month = E  1
 # else:
 # month = E  13

 # if month > 2:
 # year = C  4716
 # else:
 # year = C  4715
 month = E  1
 month[month > 12] = month[month > 12]  12
 year = C  4715
 year[month > 2] = year[month > 2]  1
 year[year <= 0] = year[year <= 0]  1

 # a leap year?
 leap = np.zeros(len(year),dtype=dayofyr.dtype)
 leap[year % 4 == 0] = 1
 if calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian':
 leap[(year % 100 == 0) & (year % 400 != 0)] = 0
 elif calendar in ['standard', 'gregorian']:
 leap[(year % 100 == 0) & (year % 400 != 0) & (julian < 2299160.5)] = 0

 inc_idx = np.where((leap == 1) & (month > 2))[0]
 dayofyr[inc_idx] = dayofyr[inc_idx] + leap[inc_idx]
# Subtract the offset from JulianDayFromDate from the microseconds (pull
# request #433).
 eps = np.finfo(float).eps
 eps = np.maximum(eps*julian, eps)
hour = np.clip((F * 24.).astype(np.int64), 0, 23)
F = hour / 24.
minute = np.clip((F * 1440.).astype(np.int64), 0, 59)
@@ 661,12 +485,12 @@ def DateFromJulianDay(JD, calendar='standard', only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
second = np.clip((F  minute / 1440.) * 86400., 0, None)
microsecond = (second % 1)*1.e6
# remove the offset from the microsecond calculation.
 microsecond = np.clip(microsecond  eps*86400.*1e6, 0, 999999)
+ if calendar not in ['all_leap','no_leap','360_day','365_day','366_day']:
+ eps = np.array(np.finfo(np.float64).eps,np.float128)
+ eps = np.maximum(eps*julian, eps)
+ microsecond = np.clip(microsecond  eps*86400.*1e6, 0, 999999)
 # convert year, month, day, hour, minute, second to int32
 year = year.astype(np.int32)
 month = month.astype(np.int32)
 day = day.astype(np.int32)
+ # convert hour, minute, second to int32
hour = hour.astype(np.int32)
minute = minute.astype(np.int32)
second = second.astype(np.int32)
@@ 679,191 +503,69 @@ def DateFromJulianDay(JD, calendar='standard', only_use_cftime_datetimes=False):
except:
isscalar = True
 if calendar in 'proleptic_gregorian':
+ is_real_dateime = False
+ if calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian':
# datetime.datetime does not support years < 1
#if year < 0:
if only_use_cftime_datetimes:
 if calendar == 'gregorian':
 datetime_type = DatetimeGregorian
 else:
 datetime_type = DatetimeProlepticGregorian
+ datetime_type = DatetimeProlepticGregorian
else:
if (year < 0).any(): # netcdftime issue #28
datetime_type = DatetimeProlepticGregorian
else:
+ is_real_datetime = True
datetime_type = real_datetime
elif calendar in ('standard', 'gregorian'):
# return a 'real' datetime instance if calendar is proleptic
# Gregorian or Gregorian and all dates are after the
# Julian/Gregorian transition
if len(ind_before) == 0 and not only_use_cftime_datetimes:
+ is_real_datetime = True
datetime_type = real_datetime
else:
+ is_real_datetime = False
datetime_type = DatetimeGregorian
elif calendar == "julian":
datetime_type = DatetimeJulian
+ elif calendar in ["noleap","365_day"]:
+ datetime_type = DatetimeNoLeap
+ elif calendar in ["all_leap","366_day"]:
+ datetime_type = DatetimeAllLeap
+ elif calendar == "360_day":
+ datetime_type = Datetime360Day
else:
raise ValueError("unsupported calendar: {0}".format(calendar))
if not isscalar:
 return np.array([datetime_type(*args)
 for args in
 zip(year, month, day, hour, minute, second,
 microsecond)])

 else:
 return datetime_type(year[0], month[0], day[0], hour[0],
 minute[0], second[0], microsecond[0])


cdef _DateFromNoLeapDay(JD):
 """

returns a 'datetimelike' object given Julian Day for a calendar with no leap
days. Julian Day is a fractional day with approximately millisecond accuracy.

 """

 # based on redate.py by David Finlayson.

 if JD < 0:
 year_offset = int(JD) // 365 + 1
 JD += year_offset * 365
 else:
 year_offset = 0

 dayofwk = int(math.fmod(int(JD + 1.5), 7))
 (F, Z) = math.modf(JD + 0.5)
 Z = int(Z)
 A = Z
 B = A + 1524
 C = int((B  122.1) / 365.)
 D = int(365. * C)
 E = int((B  D) / 30.6001)

 # Convert to date
 day = B  D  int(30.6001 * E) + F
 nday = B  D  123
 if nday <= 305:
 dayofyr = nday + 60
 else:
 dayofyr = nday  305
 if E < 14:
 month = E  1
 else:
 month = E  13

 if month > 2:
 year = C  4716
 else:
 year = C  4715

 # Convert fractions of a day to time
 (dfrac, days) = math.modf(day / 1.0)
 (hfrac, hours) = math.modf(dfrac * 24.0)
 (mfrac, minutes) = math.modf(hfrac * 60.0)
 (sfrac, seconds) = math.modf(mfrac * 60.0)
 microseconds = sfrac*1.e6

 if year_offset > 0:
 # correct dayofwk

 # 365 mod 7 = 1, so the day of the week changes by one day for
 # every year in year_offset
 dayofwk = int(math.fmod(year_offset, 7))

 if dayofwk < 0:
 dayofwk += 7

 return DatetimeNoLeap(year  year_offset, month, int(days), int(hours), int(minutes),
 int(seconds), int(microseconds),dayofwk, dayofyr)


cdef _DateFromAllLeap(JD):
 """

returns a 'datetimelike' object given Julian Day for a calendar where all
years have 366 days.
Julian Day is a fractional day with approximately millisecond accuracy.

 """

 # based on redate.py by David Finlayson.

 if JD < 0:
 raise ValueError('Julian Day must be positive')

 dayofwk = int(math.fmod(int(JD + 1.5), 7))
 (F, Z) = math.modf(JD + 0.5)
 Z = int(Z)
 A = Z
 B = A + 1524
 C = int((B  122.1) / 366.)
 D = int(366. * C)
 E = int((B  D) / 30.6001)

 # Convert to date
 day = B  D  int(30.6001 * E) + F
 nday = B  D  123
 if nday <= 305:
 dayofyr = nday + 60
 else:
 dayofyr = nday  305
 if E < 14:
 month = E  1
 else:
 month = E  13
 if month > 2:
 dayofyr = dayofyr + 1

 if month > 2:
 year = C  4716
 else:
 year = C  4715

 # Convert fractions of a day to time
 (dfrac, days) = math.modf(day / 1.0)
 (hfrac, hours) = math.modf(dfrac * 24.0)
 (mfrac, minutes) = math.modf(hfrac * 60.0)
 (sfrac, seconds) = math.modf(mfrac * 60.0)
 microseconds = sfrac*1.e6

 return DatetimeAllLeap(year, month, int(days), int(hours), int(minutes),
 int(seconds), int(microseconds),dayofwk, dayofyr)


cdef _DateFrom360Day(JD):
 """

returns a 'datetimelike' object given Julian Day for a calendar where all
months have 30 days.
Julian Day is a fractional day with approximately millisecond accuracy.

 """
+ if return_tuple:
+ return np.array([args for args in
+ zip(year, month, day, hour, minute, second,
+ microsecond,dayofwk,dayofyr)])
+ else:
+ if is_real_datetime:
+ return np.array([datetime_type(*args)
+ for args in
+ zip(year, month, day, hour, minute, second,
+ microsecond)])
+ else:
+ return np.array([datetime_type(*args)
+ for args in
+ zip(year, month, day, hour, minute, second,
+ microsecond,dayofwk,dayofyr)])
 if JD < 0:
 year_offset = int(JD) // 360 + 1
 JD += year_offset * 360
else:
 year_offset = 0

 #jd = int(360. * (year + 4716)) + int(30. * (month  1)) + day
 (F, Z) = math.modf(JD)
 year = int((Z  0.5) / 360.)  4716
 dayofyr = Z  (year + 4716) * 360
 month = int((dayofyr  0.5) / 30) + 1
 day = dayofyr  (month  1) * 30 + F

 # Convert fractions of a day to time
 (dfrac, days) = math.modf(day / 1.0)
 (hfrac, hours) = math.modf(dfrac * 24.0)
 (mfrac, minutes) = math.modf(hfrac * 60.0)
 (sfrac, seconds) = math.modf(mfrac * 60.0)
 microseconds = sfrac*1.e6

 return Datetime360Day(year  year_offset, month, int(days), int(hours), int(minutes),
 int(seconds), int(microseconds), 1, dayofyr)

+ if return_tuple:
+ return (year[0], month[0], day[0], hour[0],
+ minute[0], second[0], microsecond[0],
+ dayofwk[0], dayofyr[0])
+ else:
+ if is_real_datetime:
+ return datetime_type(year[0], month[0], day[0], hour[0],
+ minute[0], second[0], microsecond[0])
+ else:
+ return datetime_type(year[0], month[0], day[0], hour[0],
+ minute[0], second[0], microsecond[0],
+ dayofwk[0], dayofyr[0])
class utime:
@@ 880,7 +582,8 @@ C{'timeunits since <timeorigin>'} defining the time units.
Valid timeunits are days, hours, minutes and seconds (the singular forms
are also accepted). An example unit_string would be C{'hours
since 00010101 00:00:00'}.
+since 00010101 00:00:00'}. months is allowed as a time unit
+*only* for the 360_day calendar.
The B{C{calendar}} keyword describes the calendar used in the time calculations.
All the values currently defined in the U{CF metadata convention
@@ 974,7 +677,8 @@ C{'timeunits since <timeorigin>'} defining the time units.
Valid timeunits are days, hours, minutes and seconds (the singular forms
are also accepted). An example unit_string would be C{'hours
since 00010101 00:00:00'}.
+since 00010101 00:00:00'}. months is allowed as a time unit
+*only* for the 360_day calendar.
@keyword calendar: describes the calendar used in the time calculations.
All the values currently defined in the U{CF metadata convention
@@ 1012,16 +716,14 @@ units to datetime objects.
else:
raise ValueError(
"calendar must be one of %s, got '%s'" % (str(_calendars), calendar))
 units, tzoffset, self.origin = _parse_date_and_units(unit_string)
+ units, tzoffset, self.origin =\
+ _parse_date_and_units(unit_string,calendar)
# realworld calendars limited to positive reference years.
if self.calendar in ['julian', 'standard', 'gregorian', 'proleptic_gregorian']:
if self.origin.year == 0:
msg='zero not allowed as a reference year, does not exist in Julian or Gregorian calendars'
raise ValueError(msg)
 elif self.origin.year < 0:
 msg='negative reference year in time units, must be >= 1'
 raise ValueError(msg)
 self.tzoffset = tzoffset # time zone offset in minutes
+ self.tzoffset = np.array(tzoffset,dtype=np.float128) # time zone offset in minutes
self.units = units
self.unit_string = unit_string
if self.calendar in ['noleap', '365_day'] and self.origin.month == 2 and self.origin.day == 29:
@@ 1030,14 +732,7 @@ units to datetime objects.
if self.calendar == '360_day' and self.origin.day > 30:
raise ValueError(
'there are only 30 days in every month with the 360_day calendar')
 if self.calendar in ['noleap', '365_day']:
 self._jd0 = _NoLeapDayFromDate(self.origin)
 elif self.calendar in ['all_leap', '366_day']:
 self._jd0 = _AllLeapFromDate(self.origin)
 elif self.calendar == '360_day':
 self._jd0 = _360DayFromDate(self.origin)
 else:
 self._jd0 = JulianDayFromDate(self.origin, calendar=self.calendar)
+ self._jd0 = JulianDayFromDate(self.origin, calendar=self.calendar)
self.only_use_cftime_datetimes = only_use_cftime_datetimes
def date2num(self, date):
@@ 1065,47 +760,14 @@ units to datetime objects.
except:
isscalar = True
if not isscalar:
 date = numpy.array(date)
+ date = np.array(date)
shape = date.shape
 if self.calendar in ['julian', 'standard', 'gregorian', 'proleptic_gregorian']:
 if isscalar:
 jdelta = JulianDayFromDate(date, self.calendar)  self._jd0
 else:
 jdelta = JulianDayFromDate(
 date.flat, self.calendar)  self._jd0
 elif self.calendar in ['noleap', '365_day']:
 if isscalar:
 if date.month == 2 and date.day == 29:
 raise ValueError(
 'there is no leap day in the noleap calendar')
 jdelta = _NoLeapDayFromDate(date)  self._jd0
 else:
 jdelta = []
 for d in date.flat:
 if d.month == 2 and d.day == 29:
 raise ValueError(
 'there is no leap day in the noleap calendar')
 jdelta.append(_NoLeapDayFromDate(d)  self._jd0)
 elif self.calendar in ['all_leap', '366_day']:
 if isscalar:
 jdelta = _AllLeapFromDate(date)  self._jd0
 else:
 jdelta = [_AllLeapFromDate(d)  self._jd0 for d in date.flat]
 elif self.calendar == '360_day':
 if isscalar:
 if date.day > 30:
 raise ValueError(
 'there are only 30 days in every month with the 360_day calendar')
 jdelta = _360DayFromDate(date)  self._jd0
 else:
 jdelta = []
 for d in date.flat:
 if d.day > 30:
 raise ValueError(
 'there are only 30 days in every month with the 360_day calendar')
 jdelta.append(_360DayFromDate(d)  self._jd0)
+ if isscalar:
+ jdelta = JulianDayFromDate(date, self.calendar)self._jd0
+ else:
+ jdelta = JulianDayFromDate(date.flat, self.calendar)self._jd0
if not isscalar:
 jdelta = numpy.array(jdelta)
+ jdelta = np.array(jdelta)
# convert to desired units, add time zone offset.
if self.units in microsec_units:
jdelta = jdelta * 86400. * 1.e6 + self.tzoffset * 60. * 1.e6
@@ 1119,12 +781,14 @@ units to datetime objects.
jdelta = jdelta * 24. + self.tzoffset / 60.
elif self.units in day_units:
jdelta = jdelta + self.tzoffset / 1440.
+ elif self.units in month_units and self.calendar == '360_day':
+ jdelta = jdelta/30. + self.tzoffset / (30. * 1440.)
else:
raise ValueError('unsupported time units')
if isscalar:
 return jdelta
+ return jdelta.astype(np.float64)
else:
 return numpy.reshape(jdelta, shape)
+ return np.reshape(jdelta.astype(np.float64), shape)
def num2date(self, time_value):
"""
@@ 1154,11 +818,11 @@ units to datetime objects.
except:
isscalar = True
ismasked = False
 if numpy.ma.isMA(time_value) and numpy.ma.is_masked(time_value):
+ if np.ma.isMA(time_value) and np.ma.is_masked(time_value):
mask = time_value.mask
ismasked = True
if not isscalar:
 time_value = numpy.array(time_value, dtype='d')
+ time_value = np.array(time_value, dtype='d')
shape = time_value.shape
# convert to desired units, subtract time zone offset.
if self.units in microsec_units:
@@ 1173,47 +837,34 @@ units to datetime objects.
jdelta = time_value / 24.  self.tzoffset / 1440.
elif self.units in day_units:
jdelta = time_value  self.tzoffset / 1440.
+ elif self.units in month_units and self.calendar == '360_day':
+ # only allowed for 360_day calendar
+ jdelta = time_value * 30.  self.tzoffset / 1440.
else:
raise ValueError('unsupported time units')
jd = self._jd0 + jdelta
 if self.calendar in ['julian', 'standard', 'gregorian', 'proleptic_gregorian']:
 if not isscalar:
 if ismasked:
 date = []
 for j, m in zip(jd.flat, mask.flat):
 if not m:
 date.append(DateFromJulianDay(j, self.calendar,
 self.only_use_cftime_datetimes))
 else:
 date.append(None)
 else:
 date = DateFromJulianDay(jd.flat, self.calendar,
 self.only_use_cftime_datetimes)
 else:
 if ismasked and mask.item():
 date = None
 else:
 date = DateFromJulianDay(jd, self.calendar,
 self.only_use_cftime_datetimes)
 elif self.calendar in ['noleap', '365_day']:
 if not isscalar:
 date = [_DateFromNoLeapDay(j) for j in jd.flat]
 else:
 date = _DateFromNoLeapDay(jd)
 elif self.calendar in ['all_leap', '366_day']:
 if not isscalar:
 date = [_DateFromAllLeap(j) for j in jd.flat]
+ if not isscalar:
+ if ismasked:
+ date = []
+ for j, m in zip(jd.flat, mask.flat):
+ if not m:
+ date.append(DateFromJulianDay(j, self.calendar,
+ self.only_use_cftime_datetimes))
+ else:
+ date.append(None)
else:
 date = _DateFromAllLeap(jd)
 elif self.calendar == '360_day':
 if not isscalar:
 date = [_DateFrom360Day(j) for j in jd.flat]
+ date = DateFromJulianDay(jd.flat, self.calendar,
+ self.only_use_cftime_datetimes)
+ else:
+ if ismasked and mask.item():
+ date = None
else:
 date = _DateFrom360Day(jd)
+ date = DateFromJulianDay(jd, self.calendar,
+ self.only_use_cftime_datetimes)
if isscalar:
return date
else:
 return numpy.reshape(numpy.array(date), shape)
+ return np.reshape(np.array(date), shape)
cdef _parse_timezone(tzstring):
@@ 1314,23 +965,23 @@ cdef _check_index(indices, times, nctime, calendar, select):
# t.append(nctime[ind])
if select == 'exact':
 return numpy.all(t == times)
+ return np.all(t == times)
elif select == 'before':
 ta = nctime[numpy.clip(indices + 1, 0, N  1)]
 return numpy.all(t <= times) and numpy.all(ta > times)
+ ta = nctime[np.clip(indices + 1, 0, N  1)]
+ return np.all(t <= times) and np.all(ta > times)
elif select == 'after':
 tb = nctime[numpy.clip(indices  1, 0, N  1)]
 return numpy.all(t >= times) and numpy.all(tb < times)
+ tb = nctime[np.clip(indices  1, 0, N  1)]
+ return np.all(t >= times) and np.all(tb < times)
elif select == 'nearest':
 ta = nctime[numpy.clip(indices + 1, 0, N  1)]
 tb = nctime[numpy.clip(indices  1, 0, N  1)]
+ ta = nctime[np.clip(indices + 1, 0, N  1)]
+ tb = nctime[np.clip(indices  1, 0, N  1)]
delta_after = ta  t
delta_before = t  tb
 delta_check = numpy.abs(times  t)
 return numpy.all(delta_check <= delta_after) and numpy.all(delta_check <= delta_before)
+ delta_check = np.abs(times  t)
+ return np.all(delta_check <= delta_after) and np.all(delta_check <= delta_before)
def _date2index(dates, nctime, calendar=None, select='exact'):
@@ 1406,7 +1057,7 @@ def time2index(times, nctime, calendar=None, select='exact'):
if calendar == None:
calendar = getattr(nctime, 'calendar', 'standard')
 num = numpy.atleast_1d(times)
+ num = np.atleast_1d(times)
N = len(nctime)
# Trying to infer the correct index from the starting time and the stride.
@@ 1418,11 +1069,11 @@ def time2index(times, nctime, calendar=None, select='exact'):
t0 = nctime[0]
dt = 1.
if select in ['exact', 'before']:
 index = numpy.array((num  t0) / dt, int)
+ index = np.array((num  t0) / dt, int)
elif select == 'after':
 index = numpy.array(numpy.ceil((num  t0) / dt), int)
+ index = np.array(np.ceil((num  t0) / dt), int)
else:
 index = numpy.array(numpy.around((num  t0) / dt), int)
+ index = np.array(np.around((num  t0) / dt), int)
# Checking that the index really corresponds to the given time.
# If the times do not correspond, then it means that the times
@@ 1431,17 +1082,17 @@ def time2index(times, nctime, calendar=None, select='exact'):
# Use the bisection method. Assumes nctime is ordered.
import bisect
 index = numpy.array([bisect.bisect_right(nctime, n) for n in num], int)
+ index = np.array([bisect.bisect_right(nctime, n) for n in num], int)
before = index == 0
 index = numpy.array([bisect.bisect_left(nctime, n) for n in num], int)
+ index = np.array([bisect.bisect_left(nctime, n) for n in num], int)
after = index == N
 if select in ['before', 'exact'] and numpy.any(before):
+ if select in ['before', 'exact'] and np.any(before):
raise ValueError(
'Some of the times given are before the first time in `nctime`.')
 if select in ['after', 'exact'] and numpy.any(after):
+ if select in ['after', 'exact'] and np.any(after):
raise ValueError(
'Some of the times given are after the last time in `nctime`.')
@@ 1449,8 +1100,8 @@ def time2index(times, nctime, calendar=None, select='exact'):
# Use list comprehension instead of the simpler `nctime[index]` since
# not all time objects support numpy integer indexing (eg dap).
index[after] = N  1
 ncnum = numpy.squeeze([nctime[i] for i in index])
 mismatch = numpy.nonzero(ncnum != num)[0]
+ ncnum = np.squeeze([nctime[i] for i in index])
+ mismatch = np.nonzero(ncnum != num)[0]
if select == 'exact':
if len(mismatch) > 0:
@@ 1465,7 +1116,7 @@ def time2index(times, nctime, calendar=None, select='exact'):
pass
elif select == 'nearest':
 nearest_to_left = num[mismatch] < numpy.array(
+ nearest_to_left = num[mismatch] < np.array(
[float(nctime[i  1]) + float(nctime[i]) for i in index[mismatch]]) / 2.
index[mismatch] = index[mismatch]  1 * nearest_to_left
@@ 1526,7 +1177,7 @@ Gregorial calendar.
self.day = day
self.hour = hour
self.minute = minute
 self.dayofwk = dayofwk
+ self.dayofwk = dayofwk # 0 is Monday, 6 is Sunday
self.dayofyr = dayofyr
self.second = second
self.microsecond = microsecond
@@ 1615,13 +1266,23 @@ Gregorial calendar.
# utime.date2num(), but this implementation does
# not attempt it.
raise TypeError("cannot compare {0!r} and {1!r} (different calendars)".format(dt, dt_other))
 elif isinstance(other, real_datetime):
+ elif isinstance(other, datetime_python):
# comparing datetime and real_datetime
if not dt.datetime_compatible:
raise TypeError("cannot compare {0!r} and {1!r} (different calendars)".format(self, other))
return PyObject_RichCompare(dt.to_tuple(), to_tuple(other), op)
else:
 raise TypeError("cannot compare {0!r} and {1!r}".format(self, other))
+ # With Python3 we can use "return NotImplemented". If the other
+ # object does not have rich comparison instructions for cftime
+ # then a TypeError is automatically raised. With Python2 in this
+ # scenario the default behaviour is to compare the object ids
+ # which will always have a result. Therefore there is no way to
+ # differentiate between objects that do or do not have legitimate
+ # comparisons, and so we cannot remove the TypeError below.
+ if sys.version_info[0] < 3:
+ raise TypeError("cannot compare {0!r} and {1!r}".format(self, other))
+ else:
+ return NotImplemented
cdef _getstate(self):
return (self.year, self.month, self.day, self.hour,
@@ 1659,7 +1320,7 @@ Gregorial calendar.
raise ValueError("cannot compute the time difference between dates that are not calendaraware")
converter = _converters[dt.calendar]
return timedelta(seconds=converter.date2num(dt)  converter.date2num(other))
 elif isinstance(other, real_datetime):
+ elif isinstance(other, datetime_python):
# datetime  real_datetime
if not dt.datetime_compatible:
raise ValueError("cannot compute the time difference between dates with different calendars")
@@ 1670,7 +1331,7 @@ Gregorial calendar.
else:
return NotImplemented
else:
 if isinstance(self, real_datetime):
+ if isinstance(self, datetime_python):
# real_datetime  datetime
if not other.datetime_compatible:
raise ValueError("cannot compute the time difference between dates with different calendars")
@@ 1688,7 +1349,14 @@ but uses the "noleap" ("365_day") calendar.
datetime.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)
self.calendar = "noleap"
self.datetime_compatible = False
 assert_valid_date(self, no_leap, False)
+ assert_valid_date(self, no_leap, False, has_year_zero=True)
+ # if dayofwk, dayofyr not set, calculate them.
+ if self.dayofwk < 0:
+ jd = JulianDayFromDate(self,calendar='365_day')
+ year,month,day,hour,mn,sec,ms,dayofwk,dayofyr =\
+ DateFromJulianDay(jd,return_tuple=True,calendar='365_day')
+ self.dayofwk = dayofwk
+ self.dayofyr = dayofyr
cdef _add_timedelta(self, delta):
return DatetimeNoLeap(*add_timedelta(self, delta, no_leap, False))
@@ 1703,7 +1371,14 @@ but uses the "all_leap" ("366_day") calendar.
datetime.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)
self.calendar = "all_leap"
self.datetime_compatible = False
 assert_valid_date(self, all_leap, False)
+ assert_valid_date(self, all_leap, False, has_year_zero=True)
+ # if dayofwk, dayofyr not set, calculate them.
+ if self.dayofwk < 0:
+ jd = JulianDayFromDate(self,calendar='366_day')
+ year,month,day,hour,mn,sec,ms,dayofwk,dayofyr =\
+ DateFromJulianDay(jd,return_tuple=True,calendar='366_day')
+ self.dayofwk = dayofwk
+ self.dayofyr = dayofyr
cdef _add_timedelta(self, delta):
return DatetimeAllLeap(*add_timedelta(self, delta, all_leap, False))
@@ 1718,7 +1393,14 @@ but uses the "360_day" calendar.
datetime.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)
self.calendar = "360_day"
self.datetime_compatible = False
 assert_valid_date(self, no_leap, False, is_360_day=True)
+ assert_valid_date(self, no_leap, False, has_year_zero=True, is_360_day=True)
+ # if dayofwk, dayofyr not set, calculate them.
+ if self.dayofwk < 0:
+ jd = JulianDayFromDate(self,calendar='360_day')
+ year,month,day,hour,mn,sec,ms,dayofwk,dayofyr =\
+ DateFromJulianDay(jd,return_tuple=True,calendar='360_day')
+ self.dayofwk = dayofwk
+ self.dayofyr = dayofyr
cdef _add_timedelta(self, delta):
return Datetime360Day(*add_timedelta_360_day(self, delta))
@@ 1734,6 +1416,13 @@ but uses the "julian" calendar.
self.calendar = "julian"
self.datetime_compatible = False
assert_valid_date(self, is_leap_julian, False)
+ # if dayofwk, dayofyr not set, calculate them.
+ if self.dayofwk < 0:
+ jd = JulianDayFromDate(self,calendar='julian')
+ year,month,day,hour,mn,sec,ms,dayofwk,dayofyr =\
+ DateFromJulianDay(jd,return_tuple=True,calendar='julian')
+ self.dayofwk = dayofwk
+ self.dayofyr = dayofyr
cdef _add_timedelta(self, delta):
return DatetimeJulian(*add_timedelta(self, delta, is_leap_julian, False))
@@ 1763,6 +1452,13 @@ a datetime.datetime instance or vice versa.
else:
self.datetime_compatible = False
assert_valid_date(self, is_leap_gregorian, True)
+ # if dayofwk, dayofyr not set, calculate them.
+ if self.dayofwk < 0:
+ jd = JulianDayFromDate(self,calendar='gregorian')
+ year,month,day,hour,mn,sec,ms,dayofwk,dayofyr =\
+ DateFromJulianDay(jd,return_tuple=True,calendar='gregorian')
+ self.dayofwk = dayofwk
+ self.dayofyr = dayofyr
cdef _add_timedelta(self, delta):
return DatetimeGregorian(*add_timedelta(self, delta, is_leap_gregorian, True))
@@ 1790,6 +1486,13 @@ format, and calendar.
self.calendar = "proleptic_gregorian"
self.datetime_compatible = True
assert_valid_date(self, is_leap_proleptic_gregorian, False)
+ # if dayofwk, dayofyr not set, calculate them.
+ if self.dayofwk < 0:
+ jd = JulianDayFromDate(self,calendar='proleptic_gregorian')
+ year,month,day,hour,mn,sec,ms,dayofwk,dayofyr =\
+ DateFromJulianDay(jd,return_tuple=True,calendar='proleptic_gregorian')
+ self.dayofwk = dayofwk
+ self.dayofyr = dayofyr
cdef _add_timedelta(self, delta):
return DatetimeProlepticGregorian(*add_timedelta(self, delta,
@@ 1851,18 +1554,15 @@ cdef _strftime(datetime dt, fmt):
cdef bint is_leap_julian(int year):
"Return 1 if year is a leap year in the Julian calendar, 0 otherwise."
 cdef int y
 y = year if year > 0 else year + 1
 return (y % 4) == 0
+ return _is_leap(year, calendar='julian')
cdef bint is_leap_proleptic_gregorian(int year):
 "Return 1 if year is a leap year in the Gregorian calendar, 0 otherwise."
 cdef int y
 y = year if year > 0 else year + 1
 return (((y % 4) == 0) and ((y % 100) != 0)) or ((y % 400) == 0)
+ "Return 1 if year is a leap year in the Proleptic Gregorian calendar, 0 otherwise."
+ return _is_leap(year, calendar='proleptic_gregorian')
cdef bint is_leap_gregorian(int year):
 return (year > 1582 and is_leap_proleptic_gregorian(year)) or (year < 1582 and is_leap_julian(year))
+ "Return 1 if year is a leap year in the Gregorian calendar, 0 otherwise."
+ return _is_leap(year, calendar='standard')
cdef bint all_leap(int year):
"Return True for all years."
@@ 1872,40 +1572,30 @@ cdef bint no_leap(int year):
"Return False for all years."
return False
# numbers of days per month for calendars supported by add_timedelta(...)
cdef int[13] month_lengths_365_day, month_lengths_366_day
# Dummy Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
for j,N in enumerate([1, 31, 28, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31]):
 month_lengths_365_day[j] = N

# Dummy Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
for j,N in enumerate([1, 31, 29, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31]):
 month_lengths_366_day[j] = N

cdef int* month_lengths(bint (*is_leap)(int), int year):
+cdef int * month_lengths(bint (*is_leap)(int), int year):
if is_leap(year):
 return month_lengths_366_day
+ return _dpm_leap
else:
 return month_lengths_365_day
+ return _dpm
cdef void assert_valid_date(datetime dt, bint (*is_leap)(int),
bint julian_gregorian_mixed,
+ bint has_year_zero=False,
bint is_360_day=False) except *:
 cdef int[13] month_length
+ cdef int[12] month_length
 if not is_360_day:
+ if not has_year_zero:
if dt.year == 0:
raise ValueError("invalid year provided in {0!r}".format(dt))
 month_length = month_lengths(is_leap, dt.year)
+ if is_360_day:
+ month_length = _dpm_360
else:
 for j, N in enumerate(
 [1, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30]):
 month_length[j] = N
+ month_length = month_lengths(is_leap, dt.year)
if dt.month < 1 or dt.month > 12:
raise ValueError("invalid month provided in {0!r}".format(dt))
 if dt.day < 1 or dt.day > month_length[dt.month]:
+ if dt.day < 1 or dt.day > month_length[dt.month1]:
raise ValueError("invalid day number provided in {0!r}".format(dt))
if julian_gregorian_mixed and dt.year == 1582 and dt.month == 10 and dt.day > 4 and dt.day < 15:
@@ 1986,7 +1676,7 @@ cdef tuple add_timedelta(datetime dt, delta, bint (*is_leap)(int), bint julian_g
if year == 0:
year = 1
month_length = month_lengths(is_leap, year)
 day = month_length[month]
+ day = month_length[month1]
else:
day += delta_days
delta_days = 0
@@ 1994,8 +1684,8 @@ cdef tuple add_timedelta(datetime dt, delta, bint (*is_leap)(int), bint julian_g
while delta_days > 0:
if year == 1582 and month == 10 and day < 5 and day + delta_days > 4:
delta_days += n_invalid_dates # skip over invalid dates
 if day + delta_days > month_length[month]:
 delta_days = month_length[month]  (day  1)
+ if day + delta_days > month_length[month1]:
+ delta_days = month_length[month1]  (day  1)
# increment month
month += 1
if month > 12:
@@ 2053,3 +1743,306 @@ cdef tuple add_timedelta_360_day(datetime dt, delta):
return (year, month, day, hour, minute, second, microsecond, 1, 1)
+# Calendar calculations base on calcals.c by David W. Pierce
+# http://meteora.ucsd.edu/~pierce/calcalcs
+
+cdef _is_leap(int year, calendar):
+ cdef int tyear
+ cdef bint leap
+ calendar = _check_calendar(calendar)
+ if year == 0:
+ raise ValueError('year zero does not exist in the %s calendar' %\
+ calendar)
+ # Because there is no year 0 in the Julian calendar, years 1, 5, 9, etc
+ # are leap years.
+ if year < 0:
+ tyear = year + 1
+ else:
+ tyear = year
+ if calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian' or (calendar == 'standard' and year > 1581):
+ if tyear % 4: # not divisible by 4
+ leap = False
+ elif year % 100: # not divisible by 100
+ leap = True
+ elif year % 400: # not divisible by 400
+ leap = False
+ else:
+ leap = True
+ elif calendar == 'julian' or (calendar == 'standard' and year < 1582):
+ leap = tyear % 4 == 0
+ elif calendar == '366_day':
+ leap = True
+ else:
+ leap = False
+ return leap
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayFromDate(int year,int month,int day,calendar,skip_transition=False):
+ """Compute integer Julian Day from year,month,day and calendar.
+
+ Allowed calendars are 'standard', 'gregorian', 'julian',
+ 'proleptic_gregorian','360_day', '365_day', '366_day', 'noleap',
+ 'all_leap'.
+
+ 'noleap' is a synonym for '365_day'
+ 'all_leap' is a synonym for '366_day'
+ 'gregorian' is a synonym for 'standard'
+
+ Negative years allowed back to 4714
+ (proleptic_gregorian) or 4713 (standard or gregorian calendar).
+
+ Negative year values are allowed in 360_day,365_day,366_day calendars.
+
+ Integer julian day is number of days since noon UTC 471311
+ in the julian or mixed julian/gregorian calendar, or noon UTC
+ 47141124 in the proleptic_gregorian calendar. Reference
+ date is noon UTC 011 for other calendars.
+
+ There is no year zero in standard (mixed), julian, or proleptic_gregorian
+ calendars.
+
+ Subtract 0.5 to get 00 UTC on that day.
+
+ optional kwarg 'skip_transition': When True, leave a 10day
+ gap in Julian day numbers between Oct 4 and Oct 15 1582 (the transition
+ from Julian to Gregorian calendars). Default False, ignored
+ unless calendar = 'standard'."""
+ cdef int jday, jday_jul, jday_greg
+ cdef bint leap
+ cdef int[12] dpm2use
+
+ # validate inputs.
+ calendar = _check_calendar(calendar)
+ if month < 1 or month > 12 or day < 1 or day > 31:
+ msg = "date %04d%02d%02d does not exist in the %s calendar" %\
+ (year,month,day,calendar)
+ raise ValueError(msg)
+
+ # handle all calendars except standard, julian, proleptic_gregorian.
+ if calendar == '360_day':
+ return _IntJulianDayFromDate_360day(year,month,day)
+ elif calendar == '365_day':
+ return _IntJulianDayFromDate_365day(year,month,day)
+ elif calendar == '366_day':
+ return _IntJulianDayFromDate_366day(year,month,day)
+
+ # handle standard, julian, proleptic_gregorian calendars.
+ if year == 0:
+ raise ValueError('year zero does not exist in the %s calendar' %\
+ calendar)
+ if (calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian' and year < 4714) or\
+ (calendar in ['julian','standard'] and year < 4713):
+ raise ValueError('year out of range for %s calendar' % calendar)
+ leap = _is_leap(year,calendar)
+ if not leap and month == 2 and day == 29:
+ raise ValueError('%s is not a leap year' % year)
+
+ # add year offset
+ if year < 0:
+ year += 4801
+ else:
+ year += 4800
+
+ if leap:
+ dpm2use = _dpm_leap
+ else:
+ dpm2use = _dpm
+
+ jday = day
+ for m in range(month1,0,1):
+ jday += dpm2use[m1]
+
+ jday_greg = jday + 365*(year1) + (year1)//4  (year1)//100 + (year1)//400
+ jday_greg = 31739 # fix year offset
+ jday_jul = jday + 365*(year1) + (year1)//4
+ jday_jul = 31777 # fix year offset
+ if calendar == 'julian':
+ return jday_jul
+ elif calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian':
+ return jday_greg
+ elif calendar == 'standard':
+ # check for invalid days in mixed calendar (there are 10 missing)
+ if jday_jul >= 2299161 and jday_jul < 2299171:
+ raise ValueError('invalid date in mixed calendar')
+ if jday_jul < 2299161: # 1582 October 15
+ return jday_jul
+ else:
+ if skip_transition:
+ return jday_greg+10
+ else:
+ return jday_greg
+
+ return jday
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayToDate(int jday,calendar,skip_transition=False):
+ """Compute the year,month,day,dow,doy given the integer Julian day.
+ and calendar. (dow = day of week with 0=Mon,6=Sun and doy is day of year).
+
+ Allowed calendars are 'standard', 'gregorian', 'julian',
+ 'proleptic_gregorian','360_day', '365_day', '366_day', 'noleap',
+ 'all_leap'.
+
+ 'noleap' is a synonym for '365_day'
+ 'all_leap' is a synonym for '366_day'
+ 'gregorian' is a synonym for 'standard'
+
+ optional kwarg 'skip_transition': When True, assume a 10day
+ gap in Julian day numbers between Oct 4 and Oct 15 1582 (the transition
+ from Julian to Gregorian calendars). Default False, ignored
+ unless calendar = 'standard'."""
+ cdef int year,month,day,dow,doy,yp1,tjday
+ cdef int[12] dpm2use
+ cdef int[13] spm2use
+
+ # validate inputs.
+ calendar = _check_calendar(calendar)
+
+ # handle all calendars except standard, julian, proleptic_gregorian.
+ if calendar == '360_day':
+ return _IntJulianDayToDate_360day(jday)
+ elif calendar == '365_day':
+ return _IntJulianDayToDate_365day(jday)
+ elif calendar == '366_day':
+ return _IntJulianDayToDate_366day(jday)
+
+ # handle standard, julian, proleptic_gregorian calendars.
+ if jday < 0:
+ raise ValueError('julian day must be a positive integer')
+ # Make first estimate for year. subtract 4714 or 4713 because Julian Day number
+ # 0 occurs in year 4714 BC in the Gregorian calendar and 4713 BC in the
+ # Julian calendar.
+ if calendar == 'proleptic_gregorian':
+ year = jday//366  4714
+ elif calendar in ['standard','julian']:
+ year = jday//366  4713
+
+ # compute day of week.
+ dow = _get_dow(jday)
+
+ if not skip_transition and calendar == 'standard' and jday > 2299160: jday += 10
+
+ # Advance years until we find the right one
+ yp1 = year + 1
+ if yp1 == 0:
+ yp1 = 1 # no year 0
+ tjday = _IntJulianDayFromDate(yp1,1,1,calendar,skip_transition=True)
+ while jday >= tjday:
+ year += 1
+ if year == 0:
+ year = 1
+ yp1 = year + 1
+ if yp1 == 0:
+ yp1 = 1
+ tjday = _IntJulianDayFromDate(yp1,1,1,calendar,skip_transition=True)
+ if _is_leap(year, calendar):
+ dpm2use = _dpm_leap
+ spm2use = _spm_366day
+ else:
+ dpm2use = _dpm
+ spm2use = _spm_365day
+ month = 1
+ tjday =\
+ _IntJulianDayFromDate(year,month,dpm2use[month1],calendar,skip_transition=True)
+ while jday > tjday:
+ month += 1
+ tjday =\
+ _IntJulianDayFromDate(year,month,dpm2use[month1],calendar,skip_transition=True)
+ tjday = _IntJulianDayFromDate(year,month,1,calendar,skip_transition=True)
+ day = jday  tjday + 1
+ if month == 1:
+ doy = day
+ else:
+ doy = spm2use[month1]+day
+ return year,month,day,dow,doy
+
+cdef _get_dow(int jday):
+ """compute day of week.
+ 0 = Sunday, 6 = Sat, valid after noon UTC"""
+ cdef int dow
+ dow = (jday + 1) % 7
+ # convert to ISO 8601 (0 = Monday, 6 = Sunday), like python datetime
+ dow = 1
+ if dow == 1: dow = 6
+ return dow
+
+cdef _check_calendar(calendar):
+ """validate calendars, convert to subset of names to get rid of synonyms"""
+ if calendar not in _calendars:
+ raise ValueError('unsupported calendar')
+ calout = calendar
+ # remove 'gregorian','noleap','all_leap'
+ if calendar in ['gregorian','standard']:
+ calout = 'standard'
+ if calendar == 'noleap':
+ calout = '365_day'
+ if calendar == 'all_leap':
+ calout = '366_day'
+ return calout
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayFromDate_360day(int year,int month,int day):
+ """Compute integer Julian Day from year,month,day in
+ 360_day calendar"""
+ return year*360 + (month1)*30 + day  1
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayFromDate_365day(int year,int month,int day):
+ """Compute integer Julian Day from year,month,day in
+ 365_day calendar"""
+ if month == 2 and day == 29:
+ raise ValueError('no leap days in 365_day calendar')
+ return year*365 + _spm_365day[month1] + day  1
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayFromDate_366day(int year,int month,int day):
+ """Compute integer Julian Day from year,month,day in
+ 366_day calendar"""
+ return year*366 + _spm_366day[month1] + day  1
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayToDate_365day(int jday):
+ """Compute the year,month,day given the integer Julian day
+ for 365_day calendar."""
+ cdef int year,month,day,nextra,dow
+
+ year = jday//365
+ nextra = jday  year*365
+ doy = nextra + 1 # Julday numbering starts at 0, doy starts at 1
+ month = 1
+ while doy > _spm_365day[month]:
+ month += 1
+ day = doy  _spm_365day[month1]
+
+ # compute day of week.
+ dow = _get_dow(jday)
+
+ return year,month,day,dow,doy
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayToDate_366day(int jday):
+ """Compute the year,month,day given the integer Julian day
+ for 366_day calendar."""
+ cdef int year,month,day,nextra,dow
+
+ year = jday//366
+ nextra = jday  year*366
+ doy = nextra + 1 # Julday numbering starts at 0, doy starts at 1
+ month = 1
+ while doy > _spm_366day[month]:
+ month += 1
+ day = doy  _spm_366day[month1]
+
+ # compute day of week.
+ dow = _get_dow(jday)
+
+ return year,month,day,dow,doy
+
+cdef _IntJulianDayToDate_360day(int jday):
+ """Compute the year,month,day given the integer Julian day
+ for 360_day calendar."""
+ cdef int year,month,day,nextra,dow
+
+ year = jday//360
+ nextra = jday  year*360
+ doy = nextra + 1 # Julday numbering starts at 0, doy starts at 1
+ month = nextra//30 + 1
+ day = doy  (month1)*30
+
+ # compute day of week.
+ dow = _get_dow(jday)
+
+ return year,month,day,dow,doy
=====================================
debian/changelog
=====================================
@@ 1,8 +1,10 @@
cftime (1.0.12) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
+cftime (1.0.21) unstable; urgency=medium
+ * New upstream release.
* Bump StandardsVersion to 4.2.1, no changes.
+ * Update copyright file to include GPL3+ for calcalcs code.
  Bas Couwenberg <sebastic at debian.org> Tue, 28 Aug 2018 09:48:42 +0200
+  Bas Couwenberg <sebastic at debian.org> Sat, 27 Oct 2018 10:03:04 +0200
cftime (1.0.11) unstable; urgency=medium
=====================================
debian/copyright
=====================================
@@ 6,8 +6,11 @@ Source: https://github.com/Unidata/cftime
Files: *
Copyright: 2008, Jeffrey Whitaker
2007, Michael Twomey
+ 2010, David W. Pierce
Comment: Parts of pyiso8601 are included under the MIT license.
License: ISC and Expat
+ calendar calculation routines in _cftime.pyx derived from calcalcs.c by
+ David W. Pierce, licensed under the GPL3+.
+License: ISC and Expat and GPL3+
Files: debian/*
Copyright: 2018, Bas Couwenberg <sebastic at debian.org>
@@ 48,3 +51,17 @@ License: Expat
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
+License: GPL3+
+ This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+ (at your option) any later version.
+ .
+ This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ GNU General Public License for more details.
+ .
+ On Debian systems, the full text of the GNU General Public License
+ version 3 can be found in the file
+ `/usr/share/commonlicenses/GPL3'.
=====================================
test/benchmark.py
=====================================
@@ 0,0 +1,17 @@
+from cftime import num2date, date2num
+import time
+import numpy as np
+units = 'hours since 010101'
+calendar = 'standard'
+timevals = np.arange(0,10000,1)
+print('processing %s values...' % len(timevals))
+t1 = time.clock()
+dates =\
+num2date(timevals,units=units,calendar=calendar,only_use_cftime_datetimes=True)
+t2 = time.clock()
+t = t2t1
+print('num2date took %s seconds' % t)
+timevals2 = date2num(dates,units=units,calendar=calendar)
+t1 = time.clock()
+t = t1t2
+print('date2num took %s seconds' % t)
=====================================
test/test_cftime.py
=====================================
@@ 1,3 +1,4 @@
+from __future__ import print_function
import copy
import unittest
from collections import namedtuple
@@ 8,11 +9,13 @@ import pytest
from numpy.testing import assert_almost_equal, assert_equal
from cftime import datetime as datetimex
+from cftime import real_datetime
from cftime import (DateFromJulianDay, Datetime360Day, DatetimeAllLeap,
DatetimeGregorian, DatetimeJulian, DatetimeNoLeap,
DatetimeProlepticGregorian, JulianDayFromDate, _parse_date,
date2index, date2num, num2date, utime)
import cftime
+
# test cftime module for netCDF time <> python datetime conversions.
dtime = namedtuple('dtime', ('values', 'units', 'calendar'))
@@ 333,73 +336,104 @@ class cftimeTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
dateformat = '%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S'
dateref = datetime(2015,2,28,12)
ntimes = 1001
+ verbose = True # print out max error diagnostics
for calendar in calendars:
 eps = 100.
 units = 'microseconds since 18000130 01:01:01'
+ eps = 10.
+ units = 'microseconds since 20000130 01:01:01'
microsecs1 = date2num(dateref,units,calendar=calendar)
+ maxerr = 0
for n in range(ntimes):
microsecs1 += 1.
date1 = num2date(microsecs1, units, calendar=calendar)
microsecs2 = date2num(date1, units, calendar=calendar)
date2 = num2date(microsecs2, units, calendar=calendar)
err = np.abs(microsecs1  microsecs2)
+ maxerr = max(err,maxerr)
assert(err < eps)
assert(date1.strftime(dateformat) == date2.strftime(dateformat))
+ if verbose:
+ print('calender = %s max abs err (microsecs) = %s eps = %s' % \
+ (calendar,maxerr,eps))
units = 'milliseconds since 18000130 01:01:01'
 eps = 0.1
+ eps = 0.01
millisecs1 = date2num(dateref,units,calendar=calendar)
+ maxerr = 0.
for n in range(ntimes):
millisecs1 += 0.001
date1 = num2date(millisecs1, units, calendar=calendar)
millisecs2 = date2num(date1, units, calendar=calendar)
date2 = num2date(millisecs2, units, calendar=calendar)
err = np.abs(millisecs1  millisecs2)
+ maxerr = max(err,maxerr)
assert(err < eps)
assert(date1.strftime(dateformat) == date2.strftime(dateformat))
+ if verbose:
+ print('calender = %s max abs err (millisecs) = %s eps = %s' % \
+ (calendar,maxerr,eps))
eps = 1.e4
units = 'seconds since 00010130 01:01:01'
secs1 = date2num(dateref,units,calendar=calendar)
+ maxerr = 0.
for n in range(ntimes):
secs1 += 0.1
date1 = num2date(secs1, units, calendar=calendar)
secs2 = date2num(date1, units, calendar=calendar)
date2 = num2date(secs2, units, calendar=calendar)
err = np.abs(secs1  secs2)
+ maxerr = max(err,maxerr)
assert(err < eps)
assert(date1.strftime(dateformat) == date2.strftime(dateformat))
 eps = 1.e5
+ if verbose:
+ print('calender = %s max abs err (secs) = %s eps = %s' % \
+ (calendar,maxerr,eps))
+ eps = 1.e6
units = 'minutes since 00010130 01:01:01'
mins1 = date2num(dateref,units,calendar=calendar)
+ maxerr = 0.
for n in range(ntimes):
mins1 += 0.01
date1 = num2date(mins1, units, calendar=calendar)
mins2 = date2num(date1, units, calendar=calendar)
date2 = num2date(mins2, units, calendar=calendar)
err = np.abs(mins1  mins2)
+ maxerr = max(err,maxerr)
assert(err < eps)
assert(date1.strftime(dateformat) == date2.strftime(dateformat))
 eps = 1.e5
+ if verbose:
+ print('calender = %s max abs err (mins) = %s eps = %s' % \
+ (calendar,maxerr,eps))
+ eps = 1.e7
units = 'hours since 00010130 01:01:01'
hrs1 = date2num(dateref,units,calendar=calendar)
+ maxerr = 0.
for n in range(ntimes):
hrs1 += 0.001
date1 = num2date(hrs1, units, calendar=calendar)
hrs2 = date2num(date1, units, calendar=calendar)
date2 = num2date(hrs2, units, calendar=calendar)
err = np.abs(hrs1  hrs2)
+ maxerr = max(err,maxerr)
assert(err < eps)
assert(date1.strftime(dateformat) == date2.strftime(dateformat))
 eps = 1.e5
+ if verbose:
+ print('calender = %s max abs err (hours) = %s eps = %s' % \
+ (calendar,maxerr,eps))
+ eps = 1.e9
units = 'days since 00010130 01:01:01'
days1 = date2num(dateref,units,calendar=calendar)
+ maxerr = 0.
for n in range(ntimes):
days1 += 0.00001
date1 = num2date(days1, units, calendar=calendar)
days2 = date2num(date1, units, calendar=calendar)
date2 = num2date(days2, units, calendar=calendar)
err = np.abs(days1  days2)
+ maxerr = max(err,maxerr)
assert(err < eps)
assert(date1.strftime(dateformat) == date2.strftime(dateformat))
+ if verbose:
+ print('calender = %s max abs err (days) = %s eps = %s' % \
+ (calendar,maxerr,eps))
# issue 353
assert (num2date(0, 'hours since 20000101 0') ==
@@ 468,7 +502,7 @@ class cftimeTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
pass
# this should not fail (year zero allowed in 'fake' calendars)
t = date2num(datetime(1, 1, 1), units, calendar='360_day')
 self.assertEqual(t, 360)
+ self.assertAlmostEqual(t,360)
d = num2date(t, units, calendar='360_day')
self.assertEqual(d, Datetime360Day(1,1,1))
d = num2date(0, units, calendar='360_day')
@@ 561,6 +595,76 @@ class cftimeTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
n = date2num(utc_date, units, calendar="julian")
# n should always be 0 as all units refer to the same point in time
assert_almost_equal(n, 0)
+ # cftime issue #49
+ d = DateFromJulianDay(2450022.5, "standard")
+ assert (d.year == 1995)
+ assert (d.month == 11)
+ assert (d.day == 1)
+ assert (d.hour == 0)
+ assert (d.minute == 0)
+ assert (d.second == 0)
+ # cftime issue #52
+ d = DateFromJulianDay(1684958.5,calendar='gregorian')
+ assert (d.year == 100)
+ assert (d.month == 3)
+ assert (d.day == 2)
+ assert (d.hour == 0)
+ assert (d.minute == 0)
+ assert (d.second == 0)
+ d = DateFromJulianDay(1684958.5,calendar='standard')
+ assert (d.year == 100)
+ assert (d.month == 3)
+ assert (d.day == 2)
+ assert (d.hour == 0)
+ assert (d.minute == 0)
+ assert (d.second == 0)
+ # test dayofwk, dayofyr attribute setting (cftime issue #13)
+ d1 = DatetimeGregorian(2020,2,29)
+ d2 = real_datetime(2020,2,29)
+ assert (d1.dayofwk == d2.dayofwk == 5)
+ assert (d1.dayofyr == d2.dayofyr == 60)
+ d1 = DatetimeGregorian(2020,2,29,23,59,59)
+ d2 = real_datetime(2020,2,29,23,59,59)
+ assert (d1.dayofwk == d2.dayofwk == 5)
+ assert (d1.dayofyr == d2.dayofyr == 60)
+ d1 = DatetimeGregorian(2020,2,28,23,59,59)
+ d2 = real_datetime(2020,2,28,23,59,59)
+ assert (d1.dayofwk == d2.dayofwk == 4)
+ assert (d1.dayofyr == d2.dayofyr == 59)
+ d1 = DatetimeGregorian(1700,1,1)
+ d2 = real_datetime(1700,1,1)
+ assert (d1.dayofwk == d2.dayofwk == 4)
+ assert (d1.dayofyr == d2.dayofyr == 1)
+ # last day of Julian Calendar (Thursday)
+ d1 = DatetimeJulian(1582, 10, 4, 12)
+ d2 = DatetimeGregorian(1582, 10, 4, 12)
+ assert (d1.dayofwk == d2.dayofwk == 3)
+ assert (d1.dayofyr == d2.dayofyr == 277)
+ # Monday in proleptic gregorian calendar
+ d1 = DatetimeProlepticGregorian(1582, 10, 4, 12)
+ d2 = real_datetime(1582,10,4,12)
+ assert (d1.dayofwk == d2.dayofwk == 0)
+ assert (d1.dayofyr == d2.dayofyr == 277)
+ # issue 71: negative reference years
+ # https://coastwatch.pfeg.noaa.gov/erddap/convert/time.html
+ # gives 2446433 (365 days more  is it counting year 0?)
+ # however http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/JulianDate.php gives
+ # 2446068, which agrees with us
+ units = "days since 47130101T00:00:00Z"
+ t = date2num(datetime(1985,1,2), units, calendar="standard")
+ assert_almost_equal(t, 2446068)
+
+ # issue #68: allow months since for 360_day calendar
+ d = num2date(1, 'months since 00000101 00:00:00', calendar='360_day')
+ self.assertEqual(d, Datetime360Day(0,2,1))
+ t = date2num(d, 'months since 00000101 00:00:00', calendar='360_day')
+ self.assertEqual(t, 1)
+ # check that exception is raised if 'months since' used with
+ # anything but the 360_day calendar.
+ self.assertRaises(ValueError, num2date, \
+ 1, 'months since 010101',calendar='standard')
+ self.assertRaises(ValueError, utime, \
+ 'months since 010101', calendar='standard')
class TestDate2index(unittest.TestCase):
@@ 745,7 +849,6 @@ class TestDate2index(unittest.TestCase):
# calculation of nearest index when sum of adjacent
# time values won't fit in 32 bits.
query_time = datetime(2037, 1, 3, 21, 12)
 print(self.time_vars['time3'])
index = date2index(query_time, self.time_vars['time3'],
select='nearest')
assert(index == 11)
@@ 775,8 +878,9 @@ class issue584TestCase(unittest.TestCase):
converter = self.converters["noleap"]
# Pick the date corresponding to the Julian day of 1.0 to test
 # the transision from positive to negative Julian days.
+ # the transition from positive to negative Julian days.
julian_day = converter.date2num(datetimex(4712, 1, 2, 12))
+ # should be a Tuesday
old_date = converter.num2date(julian_day)
for delta_year in range(1, 101): # 100 years cover several 7year cycles
@@ 1043,13 +1147,13 @@ class issue17TestCase(unittest.TestCase):
class issue57TestCase(unittest.TestCase):
"""Regression tests for issue #57."""
 # issue 57: cftime._cftime._dateparse returns quite opaque error messages that make it difficult to
+ # issue 57: cftime._cftime._dateparse returns quite opaque error messages that make it difficult to
# track down the source of problem
def setUp(self):
pass
def test_parse_incorrect_unitstring(self):
 for datestr in ("days since20170501 ", "dayssince 20170501 00:00", "days snce 20170501 00:00", "days_since_20170501 00:00",
+ for datestr in ("days since20170501 ", "dayssince 20170501 00:00", "days snce 20170501 00:00", "days_since_20170501 00:00",
"days_since_20170501_00:00"):
self.assertRaises(
ValueError, cftime._cftime._dateparse, datestr)
@@ 1097,8 +1201,8 @@ def days_per_month_leap_year(date_type, month):
def test_zero_year(date_type):
 # Year 0 is valid in the 360 day calendar
 if date_type is Datetime360Day:
+ # Year 0 is valid in the 360,365 and 366 day calendars
+ if date_type in [DatetimeNoLeap, DatetimeAllLeap, Datetime360Day]:
date_type(0, 1, 1)
else:
with pytest.raises(ValueError):
@@ 1251,9 +1355,11 @@ def test_num2date_only_use_cftime_datetimes_post_gregorian(
def test_repr():
expected = 'cftime.datetime(2000, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1)'
+ # dayofwk, dayofyr not set
assert repr(datetimex(2000, 1, 1)) == expected
 expected = 'cftime.DatetimeGregorian(2000, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1)'
+ expected = 'cftime.DatetimeGregorian(2000, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 5, 1)'
+ # dayofwk, dayofyr are set
assert repr(DatetimeGregorian(2000, 1, 1)) == expected
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