Clockywock is a cool analog clock for the Linux console.
|Tags||ncurses Clock analog|
Release Notes: This release fixed compilation issues on some systems (likely Fedora and Red Hat based) due to a popular library having a "timex" class. The class was renamed.
Release Notes: This version adds a toggle between smooth and tick mode, a realistic looking sloppy second hand for tick, bozo colors, and a much easier to read help screen.
Release Notes: Major reworking and combining of print and curses routines. Smoother hand action and less "flickery."
Release Notes: This release can set and save the colors of the hands, face, and background independently. The config file is editable (somewhat). The clock follows newly written config file changes instantly. User settable or ignorable number of lines. Smoother operation on slower machines (like the Raspberry Pi). Less flickery than previous releases. Two new flags: -i to ignore config and -r to ignore config and rewrite it on exit.
Release Notes: This release allows the user to change the aspect ratio and height, saves the aspect ratio in the configuration file, and fixes a bug which made the help screen appear all the time on certain platforms.