calcurse 4.0.0

calcurse is a calendar and scheduling application for the command line. It helps keep track of events, appointments and everyday tasks. A configurable notification system reminds user of upcoming deadlines, the curses based interface can be customized to suit user needs and a very powerful set of command line options can be used to filter and format appointments, making it suitable for use in scripts.

Tags calendar curses appointments pim remind
License BSDL-2
State stable

Recent Releases

4.0.022 Feb 2015 21:30 major feature: New features: Support for reloading appointments via a key binding and via SIGUSR1 (thanks to Tim Hentenaar for submitting a patch). The compact mode and default panel options are no longer hidden. A powerful set of new command line options was introduced: The new main operations in non-interactive mode are --grep and --query. There are filter switches to restrict the set of items that are read from the appointments file. All old command line options are still supported for backwards compatibility. Support for shorthands such as "tomorrow" or "monday" as date specifiers. Support for dates beyond 2038 on platforms with 64-bit time_t. Bug fixes: Several fixes to the user interface. Handle CRLF line endings in iCal files (reported by Hakan Jerning). Gracefully handle all day events in iCal imports (reported by Jörn Tillmanns and by Hakan Jerning). Retain comments in descriptions and configuration values (reported by Hakan Jerning). Support all types of iCal durations (reported by Hakan Jerning).