command-line calendar

  clcal home     download     usage     screenshots  

  purpose     links     contact  


The purpose of clcal is to provide a terminal-based on-screen reminder of appointments, important dates, and other events over a pre-defined range of days.

I wrote it because I often forget to check my calendar for appointments, either because I'm too busy (!) to check, or I get sidetracked by e-mails and telephone calls. However, I always login!

clcal is not designed to store and display huge amounts of information. It is just for brief reminders.

The features of clcal include:

links to similar projects

(In no particular order.)

pal calendar
A really nice command line calendar, with lots of features including full month view like cal. Well worth considering. Provides more options than I really want to deal with (personally speaking ;-)

Very complex, lots of options. We are simply not worthy.

wmCalendar - a calendar dockapp
A nice GUI-based calendar which can interface with iCalendar data (Evolution/Mozilla Calendar etc). The only GUI calendar I'm going to mention here. :-)

Curses-based text-based visual calendar/scheduling program.

Python/Curses-based calendar/journal/diary & todo list program. Some nice features, this is worth a look.

Perl-based, extremely simple personal calendar program, aimed at the Unix geek who wants something minimalistic. (Hmm, sounds familiar.)

Menstruation calendar
Does what it says on the tin. Excellent stuff.

contact details

Valid XHTML 1.0!     Valid CSS!