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This is a very simple module which allows for conversion from normal dates (via time.time, time.localtime, etc.) to Discordian dates (a silly made-up dating system that divides a year into five seasons of 73 days each). The module can either be used as a standalone command line application (which prints the current date in Discordian form) or as a extension module.
released on 30 April 2009
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