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2003-03-12

2003-03-12 19:43:10 by Martin Nilsson <mani@lysator.liu.se>

No import. Autodoced.

Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Austrian.pmod:1.6
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Calendar.pike:1.6
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Coptic.pmod:1.6
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Discordian.pmod:1.7
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Event.pmod:1.19

1: + #pike __REAL_VERSION__ +  + //! The Discordian calendar, as described on page 34 + //! in the fourth edition of Principia Discordia.   //! - //! module Calendar - //! submodule Discordian - //! The Discordian calendar, as described on page 34 - //! in the fourth edition of Principia Discordia. + //! Chaotic enough, it's quite simpler then the @[Gregorian] calendar; + //! weeks are 5 days, and evens up on a year. Months are 73 days.   //! - //! Chaotic enough, it's quite simpler then the Gregorian calendar; - //! weeks are 5 days, and evens up on a year. Months are 73 days. + //! The leap day is inserted at the 60th day of the first month + //! (Chaos), giving the first month 74 days. The description of + //! the calendar is a "perpetual date converter from the gregorian + //! to the POEE calendar", so the leap years are the same as + //! the gregorians.   //! - //! The leap day is inserted at the 60th day of the first month - //! (Chaos), giving the first month 74 days. The description of - //! the calendar is a "perpetual date converter from the gregorian - //! to the POEE calendar", so the leap years are the same as - //! the gregorians. + //! The Principia calls months "seasons", but for simplicity I + //! call them months in this calendar.   //! - //! The Principia calls months "seasons", but for simplicity I - //! call them months in this calendar. + //! If anyone know more about how to treat the leap day - now it is + //! inserted in the month and week where it lands, rather then being + //! separated from month and weeks, I'm interested to know.   //! - //! If anyone know more about how to treat the leap day - now it is - //! inserted in the month and week where it lands, rather then being - //! separated from month and weeks, I'm interested to know. - //! +    //! - Mirar, Pope of POEE. - //! +       // the discordian calendar follows the gregorian years, very practical ;)    - #pike __REAL_VERSION__ + inherit .Gregorian:Gregorian;    - import "."; - inherit Gregorian:Gregorian; -  +    #include "constants.h"      string calendar_name() { return "Discordian"; }