text-based calendar and todo manager
CalCurse is a calendar and todo list for the console which allows
you to keep track of your appointments and everyday tasks. CalCurse
has a nice textmode interface with configurable color schemes, configurable
layout and Vi-like keybindings.
README file for the calcurse package
See the file INSTALL for instructions on how to build and install calcurse.
See the file Changelog for a release history and bug-fix notes.
See the file TODO for things that still need doing.
Browse the file doc/manual_xx.html (where xx stands for a language
abbreviation) for narrative descriptions of how to use calcurse.
You should be
[29 May 2010]
- New features:
* a weekly calendar view was added with the display of the week number and
colored slices indicating appointment times
* the side bar width can now be customized by the user
* wrong calculation of recurrent dates after a turn of year fixed (patch
provided by Lukas Fleischer)
* check for data directory availability added
CALCURSE(1) Calcurse Manual CALCURSE(1)
Calcurse - text-based organizer
calcurse [-h|-v] [-N] [-an] [-t[num]] [-c<file> | -D<dir>]
[-i<file>] [-x[format]] [-d <date>|<num>]
[-s[date]] [-r[range]] [-S <regex>] [--status]
Calcurse is a text-based calendar and scheduling application.
calcurse (2.8-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version (Closes: #583799)
* Includes watc
2010-05-29 Frederic Culot <email@example.com>
* === Released 2.8 ===
* NEWS: updated
Calcurse TODO list :
Here are listed the modifications I will perform on Ca
Frederic Culot <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This package is maintained by Bartosz Fenski <email@example.com>.
The previous maintainer was Ryan C
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