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       wmclockmon-cal - A calendar to use with wmclockmon


       wmclockmon-cal [-h] [-v]


       This manual page documents briefly the wmclockmon-cal command.

       wmclockmon-cal is a program that displays a calendar and TODO list with wmclockmon.

       A  calendar/TODO  list  can  contain  special  lines  that  will  be  taken  as alarms for
       wmclockmon. An alarm line MUST begin with an @, then contain the time (hours  and  minutes
       un 24h format) and, at least, the message, such as :

       @ 09:20 Prepare for RDV hairdresser at 9:30...


       This  program  follows  the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
       two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

       -h, --help
              show help text and exit.

       -v, --version
              show program version and exit.


       wmclockmon-cal uses files in ~/.wmclockmoncal/. Each  file  contain  a  day's  TODO  list.
       Calendar  files  are all in form of yyyy-mm-dd. Yearly files are in form of XXXX-mm-dd and
       monthly files are in form of XXXX-XX-dd. There are currently no weekly files since  weekly
       alarms are in wmclockmon's configuration file.


       wmclockmon(1), wmclockmon-config(1)


       WMClockMon-cal was written by Thomas Nemeth <>.