simple timesheet generator
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But first, please read +<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>. diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -0,0 +1,56 @@ +# timesheetpy + +## simple timesheet generator + +timesheetpy is a small python tool that helps you generate a timesheet to be +filled out in XLSX (MS Excel) format. The format is of course, readable by +LibreOffice. + +## dependencies + +`python2` is required, along with the `xlsxwriter` external library. Use your +package manager or `pip` to find it and install it. + +## usage + +``` +usage: timesheet [-h] [-sm START_MONTH] [-sy START_YEAR] [-em END_MONTH] + [-ey END_YEAR] [-o OUTPUT_FILE] + +optional arguments: + -h, --help show this help message and exit + -sm START_MONTH, --start-month START_MONTH + starting month, ex: 9 + -sy START_YEAR, --start-year START_YEAR + starting year, ex: 2016 + -em END_MONTH, --end-month END_MONTH + ending month, ex: 11 + -ey END_YEAR, --end-year END_YEAR + ending year, ex: 2016 + -o OUTPUT_FILE, --output-file OUTPUT_FILE + output file, ex: timesheet.xlsx +``` + +It is not necessary to specify any argument. In that case, timesheetpy will +create a timesheet for the current month called `timesheet.xlsx` + + +## licensing + +timesheetpy is copyright (c) 2016 by the Dyne.org Foundation + +Software written by Ivan J. <parazyd@dyne.org> + +This source code is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify +it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by +the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or +(at your option) any later version. + +This software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, +but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of +MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the +GNU General Public License for more details. + +You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License +along with this source code. 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that it will be useful, +# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of +# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the +# GNU General Public License for more details. +# +# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License +# along with this source code. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. + +import argparse +from calendar import monthrange +from calendar import weekheader +import datetime +import sys +import xlsxwriter + + +now = datetime.date.today() + +parser=argparse.ArgumentParser() +parser.add_argument("-sm", "--start-month", + help="starting month, ex: 9", + type=int) +parser.add_argument("-sy", "--start-year", + help="starting year, ex: 2016", + type=int) +parser.add_argument("-em", "--end-month", + help="ending month, ex: 11", + type=int) +parser.add_argument("-ey", "--end-year", + help="ending year, ex: 2016", + type=int) +parser.add_argument("-o", "--output-file", + help="output file, ex: timesheet.xlsx", + default="timesheet.xlsx", + type=str) +args = parser.parse_args() + +if not args.start_month: + args.start_month = now.month +if not args.start_year: + args.start_year = now.year +if not args.end_month: + args.end_month = args.start_month +if not args.end_year: + args.end_year = args.start_year + +global workbook +workbook = xlsxwriter.Workbook(args.output_file) + +## {{{ formatting +format_days = workbook.add_format({ + 'border': True, + 'bg_color': 'eeeeee', + 'align': 'right', + 'font_name': 'Ubuntu Mono' +}) + +format_timegridWhite = workbook.add_format({ + 'border': True, + 'bg_color': 'ffffff', + 'font_name': 'Ubuntu Mono' +}) + +format_timegridGrey = workbook.add_format({ + 'border': True, + 'bg_color': 'eeeeee', + 'font_name': 'Ubuntu Mono' +}) + +format_bold = workbook.add_format({ + 'bold': True +}) + +format_centerbold = workbook.add_format({ + 'bold': True, + 'align': 'center' +}) + +format_vcenterbold = workbook.add_format({ + 'bold': True, + 'valign': 'vcenter' +}) + +format_border = workbook.add_format({ + 'border': True +}) + +format_centerbigger = workbook.add_format({ + 'bold': True, + 'align': 'center', + 'valign': 'vcenter' +}) +## }}} + +def putDefaults(mm, yy): + #worksheet.set_column('A:A', 15) ## make first column wider + + worksheet.set_row(0, 30) + worksheet.write('A1', 'STICHTING DYNE.ORG', format_vcenterbold) + worksheet.insert_image('E1', 'dyne.png', {'x_scale': 0.55, 'y_scale': 0.55}) + + worksheet.set_row(1, 30) + worksheet.write('A2', 'Month:', format_centerbigger) + worksheet.write('B2', str(yy) + '-' + str(mm), format_centerbigger) + + worksheet.set_row(2, 30) + worksheet.write('A3', 'Name:', format_centerbigger) + worksheet.write('B3', '', format_centerbigger) + + #worksheet.merge_range('E3:F3', 'Total hrs. worked:', format_bold) + + worksheet.set_row(5, 30) + worksheet.merge_range('B6:G6', 'PROJECT CODING', format_centerbigger) + for i in range(1,7): ## cells for project codes + worksheet.write(6, i, '', format_border) + + fieldx = 7 + fieldy = 0 + for day in calendar(mm, yy): + if fieldx % 2 == 0: + worksheet.write(fieldx ,fieldy, day, format_days) + for i in range(1,7): + worksheet.write(fieldx, i, '', format_timegridWhite) + else: + worksheet.write(fieldx ,fieldy, day, format_days) + for i in range(1,7): + worksheet.write(fieldx, i, '', format_timegridGrey) + + sumform = '=SUM(B' + str(fieldx+1) + ':G' + str(fieldx+1) + ')' + worksheet.write(fieldx, 7, sumform, format_centerbold) + + fieldx += 1 + + ## Bottom: Signature, Date, Free text space + worksheet.set_row(39, 30) + worksheet.write('A40', 'Signature:', format_vcenterbold) + + worksheet.set_row(40, 30) + worksheet.write('A41', 'Date:', format_vcenterbold) + + worksheet.set_row(41, 30) + worksheet.write('A42', 'Free text space:', format_vcenterbold) + + + ## calculations + worksheet.write('H7', 'Total', format_centerbold) + + ## month of 30 days + if total == 30: + worksheet.write('B38', '=SUM(B8:B37)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('C38', '=SUM(C8:C37)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('D38', '=SUM(D8:D37)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('E38', '=SUM(E8:E37)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('F38', '=SUM(F8:F37)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('G38', '=SUM(G8:G37)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('H38', '=SUM(H8:H37)', format_centerbold) + ## month of 31 days + elif total == 31: + worksheet.write('B39', '=SUM(B8:B38)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('C39', '=SUM(C8:C38)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('D39', '=SUM(D8:D38)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('E39', '=SUM(E8:E38)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('F39', '=SUM(F8:F38)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('G39', '=SUM(G8:G38)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('H39', '=SUM(H8:H38)', format_centerbold) + ## month of 28 days + elif total == 28: + worksheet.write('B36', '=SUM(B8:B35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('C36', '=SUM(C8:C35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('D36', '=SUM(D8:D35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('E36', '=SUM(E8:E35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('F36', '=SUM(F8:F35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('G36', '=SUM(G8:G35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('H36', '=SUM(H8:H35)', format_centerbold) + ## month of 29 days + elif total == 29: + worksheet.write('B37', '=SUM(B8:B36)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('C36', '=SUM(C8:C35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('D36', '=SUM(D8:D35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('E36', '=SUM(E8:E35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('F36', '=SUM(F8:F35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('G36', '=SUM(G8:G35)', format_centerbold) + worksheet.write('H36', '=SUM(H8:H35)', format_centerbold) + +def calendar(mm, yy): + month = monthrange(yy, mm) + head = weekheader(3) + start = month[0] + global total + total = month[1] + + c = 0 + montharr = [] + for val in range(start, total+start): + c = c + 1 + montharr += ["%s %d" % (head.split()[val % 7], c)] + + return montharr + +def main(mm, yy): + global worksheet + worksheet = workbook.add_worksheet(str(yy) + '-' + str(mm)) + + #worksheet.set_landscape() + worksheet.set_portrait() + worksheet.set_paper(9) ## a4 + worksheet.fit_to_pages(1,1) + + putDefaults(mm, yy) + +if args.start_month != args.end_month or args.start_year != args.end_year: + + + ## if it's not the same year + if args.start_year != args.end_year: + year = args.start_year + + ## first year + for mnth in range(args.start_month, 13): + main(mnth, year) + year += 1 + + ## until last year + while year != args.end_year: + for mnth in range(1, 13): + main(mnth, year) + year += 1 + + ## last year + if year != args.end_year: + year = args.end_year + for mnth in range(1, args.end_month+1): + main(mnth, year) + + else: + year = args.start_year + for mnth in range(args.start_month, args.end_month+1): + main(mnth, year) + + ## clean up + workbook.close() + exit(0) +else: + main(args.start_month, args.start_year) + workbook.close() + exit(0)