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Persian (Solar) Calendar

  Asked By: Joel    Date: Nov 30    Category: Java    Views: 2286

This a persian calendar based on struts framework.
I registered it with sourceforge.net and now it's available for using.

I have to mention that the main source code was published by Mr. Babak
Ghanbarian and I just made some changes and registered it.

The JSF version and the JSR-168 compatible potlet version will be
published very soon.

Sourceforge.net address :


My Weblog :




2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Bian Nguyen     Answered On: Nov 30

This calendar  is developed in a hurry in a project during a 7 days(near 20 Hour daily from start)
and there are some weaknesses in this hurry, the base algorithm is used from the
experiences and works of Mr Ghasem kyani moghadam, that are used in the SimplePersianCalendar.java code  by some changes. The main  work was on jsp
for organizing the days of weeks related to the months in the table ....,
and nima has made  a good looking for that too, for more details you can see the Mr Ghasemi website here : http://www.thought.persianblog.com/

Another things is that i'm working on a similar project in JavaScript (DHTML + AJAX), like
the DOJO ones but in persian  like this merely (http://dojotoolkit.org/, in the "see in action" tab, in the "Form Widgets" demo part with the name CiviCrmDateTimePicker).
if any body like to help me and continue the way nima started i'm ready to go on the stoped work to distribute open source  activities like this but some thing make me unsatisfied for going on specially at this time that i have lost my job, is that many rich companies uses such works and don't want to help us till we can strength such open source activities more in our country.

Answer #2    Answered By: Archie Parker     Answered On: Nov 30

Yes you are right,I have to add a complete document to the project as
soon as I find free time.
I'm also planning to add persian  feature to the apache Tomahawk 1.1.3
calendar, but I think it will takes a while because I am a bit busy
these days.

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