attractive desktop clock
As clocks go, Buici satisfies the basic need of representing the
time accurately and attractively. I wrote it when I began to use X
as my primary desktop environment and wanted to have a decent
looking clock on my desktop. I loathe digital clocks. This release
has limited configurability.
Buici-Clock README $Id: README,v 1.8 2001/10/31 04:55:54 elf Exp $
version 0.4.9 of 25 July 2011
by Marc Singer, firstname.lastname@example.org
30 October 2001 (date of last revision)
This document explains how to compile and configure the Buici clock.
It also contains the release notes.
I would have used another clock if I could fin
buici-clock - attractive X11 clock
buici-clock [ -geometry geometry ]
buici-clock displays an attractive, analog, X11 clock. Among
the many digital clocks and analog clocks with peculiar dis‐
play artifacts, buici-clock intends to stand out as a
buici-clock (0.4.9.2) unstable; urgency=low
* Added pkg-config and libcairo to build dependencies. Unclear how it
ever built at all.
* Changed menu to conform to recommended section for clocks. (Closes: #496094)
* Verified that these NMUs are either incorporated or adequately covered
by other changes to the package. (Closes: #392675, #392821)
-- Marc Singer <email@example.com> Mon,
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