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Sakura is a javascript date parser and a calendar library
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Hi all, 

Sakura is a prototype & scripaculous based JS datetime parser/formatter and calendar library.
What does this library provides?

1. Date and time parser and formatter.

%m  	Month as a decimal number [01,12].
%d  	Day of the month as a decimal number [01,31].
%y  	Year without century as a decimal number [00,99].
%Y 	Year with century as a decimal number.

%H  	Hour (24-hour clock) as a decimal number [00,23].
%P:     Hour:Minute AM/PM mode parser, accepts/folds format like 12:20AM 12:20PM
%p.     Hour:Minute am/pm mode parser, accepts/folds format like 12:20am 12:20pm
%M  	Minute as a decimal number [00,59].
%S      Second as a decimal number [00,59].

var formatter = new S.DateFormatter('%m-%d-%Y %p.');        
var date = formatter.from_string(' 03 - 16 - 2011 10.04 am');
var date_string = formatter.to_string(new Date());

2. Calendar with region selects, weeks starting from different days, etc.

 var calendar = new S.Calendar({
                     inline: 'inline-parent',
                     week_starts_from: S.Calendar.Sun,
                     translate: S.Calendar.translate_en,
                     region_select: true,
                     region_select_grab_week: true,
                     on_change: function(date){
                         $('date-is').innerHTML = date.toString();
                     on_region_select: function(s,e){
                         $('date-is').innerHTML = [s.toString(),'—',e.toString()].join(' ');

Watch demo/small.html for more code examples and demos, tests/datetime.html is for unit tests (needs jsunit to work fine). 
Please keep unit tests in touch with the codebase.

Hope this library will be useful for you, 
Alex Klizhentas

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