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README.md

beginning_of_fortnight

Author: Simon Baird

Email: simon.baird@gmail.com

Source: https://github.com/simonbaird/beginning_of_fortnight

License: 'BSD-new' where the copyright holder is Simon Baird

Extends ActiveSupport to provide these methods for Time and Date objects:

  • beginning_of_fortnight
  • end_of_fortnight
  • next_fortnight

These methods should work similarly to beginning_of_week, end_of_week and next_week.

Installation

sudo gem install beginning_of_fortnight

Usage

Basic Usage

require 'rubygems'
require 'beginning_of_fortnight'

now = Time.now
puts now.beginning_of_fortnight
puts now.end_of_fortnight

Explicitly setting a reference date

require 'rubygems'
require 'beginning_of_fortnight'

now = Time.now

# Globally define fortnights such that this date is the first half of a fortnight
ref_date = Time.parse('13-Oct-2010')
BeginningOfFortnight.reference_date = ref_date

puts now.beginning_of_fortnight # uses ref_date

# Change your mind...
BeginningOfFortnight.reference_date = Time.parse('20-Oct-2010')
puts now.beginning_of_fortnight # should be different

# You can also pass in a single use reference date if you want to mix it up
other_ref_date = Time.parse('27-Oct-2010')
puts now.beginning_of_fortnight(other_ref_date)

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