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Calcurse

Calcurse is a text-based calendar and scheduling application. It helps keep track of events, appointments, and everyday tasks. A configurable notification system reminds the user of upcoming deadlines, and the curses based interface can be customized to suit user needs. All of the commands are documented within an online help system.

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  •  09 Feb 2013 13:34

    Release Notes: calcurse 3.1.4 not longer prompts for a todo after adding an appointment. The keybinding window is now closed when reassigning the same key. "--datarootdir" is no longer ignored in the i18n Makefile.

    •  02 Feb 2013 16:43

      Release Notes: This release contains a workaround for broken libfaketime-based tests on 32-bit systems (this fixes Debian bug #697013). The test-suite now completes even if libfaketime is not present. Start time and duration are no longer updated with bogus values if the prompt is canceled.

      •  16 Dec 2012 10:53

        Release Notes: This release fixes another corner case of the screen corruption bug (bug #6). The startup welcome messages have been swapped again, so calcurse 3.1.2 should display accurate startup information. calcurse no longer segfaults when trying to edit a non-existent item.

        •  07 Dec 2012 13:07

          Release Notes: This release fixes an off-by-one error which could result in a garbled panel layout under certain circumstances. It also contains fixes for several clang warnings.

          •  05 Dec 2012 17:15

            Release Notes: This release supports Vim-like copy/pasting (FR#15). You can use the delete key to cut items from now on. Times can be entered in 24 hour format ("2130" instead of "21:30"). The default view is now configurable, and there is a compact panel mode (use the currently undocumented "appearance.defaultpanel" and "appearance.compactpanels" configuration settings to enable). The monthly view is cached to speed up browsing. Also, `calcurse -d` output is now sorted by time (BUG#2) and critical data and screen corruption bugs were fixed (BUG#6, BUG#7, BUG#8, BUG#9).

            Recent comments

            31 Jul 2011 17:51 cryptocrack

            umonkey: There's UTF-8 support in master and so will there be UTF-8 support in 3.0.0 :)

            23 Jun 2010 14:57 umonkey

            Would be much better if it supported Unicode. I'm Russian and now I must use latin letters, otherwise the screen messes up. But sounds very promising.

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