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Pcal � create a calendar from the command line

Jan 21, 2011, 09:05 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Thanks to a message on identi.ca I ve saw this program usable from the command line that allows you to easily create custom desk calendars, marked with the dates that interest you and with the ability to add pictures to one (or more) special days.

"I'm talking of pcal shipped with anothe calendar programming lcal

"PCAL and LCAL are calendar-generation programs which produce nice-looking PostScript output.

"PCAL is usually used to generate monthly-format (one month per page) calendars with optional embedded text and images to mark special events (e.g. holidays, birthdays, etc). It can also generate yearly-format (one year per page) calendars."

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