Calendar program dates
chowse at charter.net
Thu Aug 21 08:43:43 PDT 2003
> > OK, I jumped the gun here.
> > After browsing through some of the calendar.* files, I
> realize that it
> > sends an event for tomorrow if no event for today exists.
> > Sorry about that. :-)
> From the man page:-
> The calendar utility checks the current directory for a
> file named
> calendar and displays lines that begin with either
> today's date or tomor-
> row's. On the day before a weekend (normally Friday),
> events for the
> next three days are displayed.
I read the man page before I posted, but didn't understand what "either
today's date or tomorrow's." meant before I browsed the calendar.*
files. I thought it might be set to display tomorrow's date by default
and I needed to set it to display today's date.
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