conf — Configuration Settings

Default Settings

You can override these defaults by creating dict named SWINGTIME in your Django file. You only need to provide key/value pairs for the setting you wish to override. For Example:

import datetime
SWINGTIME = {'TIMESLOT_START_TIME': datetime.time(12, 30)}

All defaults:


    # A "strftime" string for formatting start and end time selectors in forms.

    # Used for creating start and end time form selectors as well as time
    # slot grids. Value should be ``datetime.timedelta`` value representing
    # the incremental differences between temporal options.
    'TIMESLOT_INTERVAL': datetime.timedelta(minutes=15),

    # A datetime.time value indicting the starting time for time slot grids
    and form # selectors.
    'TIMESLOT_START_TIME': datetime.time(9),

    # A datetime.timedelta value indicating the offset value from
    # TIMESLOT_START_TIME for creating time slot grids and form selectors.
    # The purpose for using a time delta is that it possible to span dates.
    # For instance, one could have a starting time of 3pm (15:00) and wish
    # to indicate a ending value # 1:30am (01:30), in which case a value of
    # datetime.timedelta(hours=10.5) # could be specified to indicate that
    # the 1:30 represents the following date's time and not the current date.
    'TIMESLOT_END_TIME_DURATION': datetime.timedelta(hours=+8),

    # Indicates a minimum value for the number grid columns to be shown in the
    # time slot table.

    # Indicate the default length in time for a new occurrence,
    'DEFAULT_OCCURRENCE_DURATION': ``datetime.timedelta(hours=+1)``,

    # If not ``None``, passed to ``calendar.setfirstweekday`` function.