[Sorry for my english, it's not very good. I hope, this will be
understandable enough, thought.]
The 'libkal' library provides support for converting dates between various
calendary systems (currently only julianic, gregorianic, arabic and jewish
ones) and some more related stuff.
The basic idea of this library is, that any date in any calendar system can
be converted to a sing
What needs to be done:
* more extensive testing. (Does anybody have some chronological
* adding new calendars:
Mayan - could be quite easy.
Egyptian, Coptic, Armenian - very nice calendars; have
12 months - each 30 days + 5 days extra at the end/
beginning of the year.
Roman - the same as the julianic, but 754 years 'older'.
The Calendar of the french revolution - s
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