holidata is a utility for algorithmically producing holiday data.
Its purpose is mainly for holidata.net.
Holiday data can be produced for a given year in a supported locale and output format.
holidata providing the necessary data, e.g.
$ holidata --year=2020 --locale=de-DE
holidata with the
--help option to get usage info or help respectively.
For each holiday the following data is provided:
locale- language and country the holiday is defined for
region- region code of the given subdivision the holiday is defined for
date- actual date the holiday takes place
description- name of the holiday in the given language
type- holiday type flags
notes- additional information
Holidata provides holiday data in different locales, i.e. for a given country and a in given language. See holidata.net for a complete overview of the currently provided locales.
If you think a locale is missing, open a feature request on github.
Holidata supports different output formats, currently
If you think an output format is missing, open a feature request on github.
Holidata focuses on holidays which are defined by law on which business or work are suspended or reduced (there may be some exceptions to that rule).
Holidata only provides data for countries and their principal subdivisions (both as they are defined in ISO 3166). Holidays for other subdivisions are either merged or ignored. There is also no explicit representation of partial holidays.
holidata is released under the MIT license. For details check the LICENSE file.