[UNMAINTAINED] Jalali DateTime Class for PHP
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UNMAINTAINED

⚠️ This package is deprecated and unmaintained. Please DO NOT use it in production unless it’s absolutely necessary and at your own risk. There are several other modern Shamsi/Jalali date packages out there like this one which you can use.

📍 If you happen to be a php developer and want to maintain this project, please give me a shout so I can give you write access to this project.

jDateTime

PHP class to convert dates from Gregorian calendar system to Jalali calendar system and vice versa. Supports dates beyond 2038.
Jalali, also known as Shamsi or Hijri Shamsi is the Iranian calendar system.
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About v2.2.0

PHP's default date function does not support years higher than 2038, so the DateTime class was introduced in PHP5 to solve this problem and provide more sophisticated date methods. Iranian users have been using an old jdate function to convert Gregorian date to the Jalali equivalent, which is completely based on the old php date function so its pretty much out-dated.

Requirements

jDateTime Requires PHP >= 5.2

Installation

Using Composer

You can install this package using composer. Add this package to your composer.json:

"require": {
	"sallar/jdatetime": "dev-master"
}

or if you prefer command line, change directory to project root and:

php composer.phar require "sallar/jdatetime":"dev-master"

Manual Installation

Get a copy of package source code. You can do this in two ways:

  1. Download ZIP version of the source code and unzip it in desired location
  2. Run git clone https://github.com/sallar/jDateTime.git to clone this repository

After getting a copy of source code, it is enough to include jdatetime.class.php where you need to use it.

require_once 'path/to/source/jdatetime.class.php';

Examples

Please see examples.php and example-static.php for working examples.

Contributors:

License

jDateTime was created by Sallar Kaboli and released under the MIT License.

Copyright (C) 2016 Sallar Kaboli

Original Jalali to Gregorian (and vice versa) convertor:
Copyright (C) 2000 Roozbeh Pournader and Mohammad Toossi

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Copyright (C) 2003-2016 Sallar Kaboli

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