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Author Oz.Tiram
Recipients Mariatta, Oz.Tiram, doerwalter, rhettinger
Date 2017-04-19.10:47:13
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@doerwalter, exactly. I found myself overwriting the relevant methods too many times.

I usually did something like this:

    class WorkCalendar(HTMLCalendar):

        def formatmonthname(self, theyear, themonth, withyear=True,
            Return a month name as a table row.
            monthname = super().formatmonthname(theyear, themonth, withyear)
            regex = r'class\="month"'
            return re.sub(regex, style, monthname, 1)

Using class attributes would nice, also considering that the days CSS classes are defined as class attributes.

My intention was a few more class attributes (for the month header, and month) and also change the existing code such that each day can have multiple CSS classes and not just one.

I am willing to work on a PR for that if that sounds good and there is someone who would be willing to merge it.
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