> and, having worked with it, I recommend it over what comes native with > Python. My guess is this is why Python hasn't bothered.
> A quick glance through the license doesn't show anything obviously > problematic. Seems to be the Python license but I don't know if that > makes sense...
> My proposal is to add something for date and time handling. Looks > like mx might be the right approach.
> Questions? Comments? Jokes?
I know that Phaedon Sinis's new package for quantitative finance in Sage, which he intends to submit within about 2 weeks, has lots of more sophisticated date/time handling than what is builtin to Python, at least stuff motivated by finance. I'm guessing you're also interested in datetime functionality motivated by finance. So Phaedon, care to make any remarks?