svn commit: r204849 - head/usr.bin/ncal
alexbestms at wwu.de
Mon Mar 8 00:39:32 UTC 2010
Edwin Groothuis schrieb am 2010-03-08:
> On Mon, Mar 08, 2010 at 12:16:04AM +0100, Alexander Best wrote:
> > could you have another look at the -J option? it seems highlighting
> > still
> Aha, only -J in "month only" view is still not working. Will take
> care of it later. Also add a bunch of regression tests to it, because
> of all of this.
> > isn't enabled in combination with it. also i'm wondering what the
> > purpose of
> > the -b switch is. running `cal` and `ncal -b` seems to be doing the
> > very same
> > thing (setting flag_backward = 1).
> You can't run "cal" until you have installed it, while being able
> to run "ncal -b" and coming into "cal" mode is kind of nice.
thanks for the hint. the -b switch definitely comes in handy when `cal` isn't
available, because one is running ncal from /usr/src/usr.bin.
will the -b switch disappear once you ncal/cal works properly with
what confused me a little is the output of something like `ncal 10 2011`.
judging from ncal(1) i guessed the output to be October of 2011, yet the
output is all months from October 2011 to September 2012.
i tried `ncal -m 10 2011` instead and the output was just the same. so what's
the right way to see the entry for lets say October 2011?
another issue i'm having is the -m switch in combination with f and p. judging
from ncal(1) `ncal -m 3p` should output February 2010 and `ncal -m 3f` April
2010. however instead of printing the previous and next month the previous and
next year gets printed.
running `ncal -m 10f` on the other hand behaves even weirder because it prints
the same as `ncal -m 10`.
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