Python datetimes made easy

Pendulum Python datetimes made easy. Supports Python 2.7 and 3.4+. >>> import pendulum >>> now_in_paris ='Europe/Paris') >>> now_in_paris '2016-07-04T00:49:58.502116+02:00

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