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    Question about calendar: When


    I'm looking for a simple command line calendar. I like when. I would
    like to know if there is a way to include other calendar files like
    a person does with Calendar?

    Thanks

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    I like when. I would
    like to know if there is a way to include other calendar files like
    a person does with Calendar?
    Not really sure what you're asking. Please clarify. Are you looking for something more like calcurse or wyrd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reed9 View Post
    Not really sure what you're asking. Please clarify. Are you looking for something more like calcurse or wyrd?
    The only calendars I know of are Calendar:
    Calendar Programs | Linux Journal and when:
    Linux.com :: CLI Magic: When
    Calendar uses include files so a person can keep separate files for different kinds of
    reminders such as holidays, etc. I was wondering if there was a way for When to
    do this, because I like some of the other features of When.

    Thanks

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