Wow, that was fast! I only wrote the bug report to the creator of calcurse two days ago and received a patched version yesterday already! That’s what I call support. I tried this new version and can absolutely confirm that the bug I reported is fixed. Thus, it’s time I update my conky adaption as well. Not much needs changing, but there’s one thing I didn’t consider about when creating the “workaround” version…
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I’ve finally found a way to remind myself of important dates! Although it is a little too late now to use it really effectively (I’ve already finished my studies at university at which time I really could have used this), I think it will still find its use. What I’ve been looking for all the time is a tool which can organize dates and put them out in an interpretable format on the command line. The tool I found which does exactly that and exactly the way I want it is called calcurse.
As the name denotes, calcurse features a curse-based interface to organize your dates and a todo-list. It has extremely few dependencies and is very customisable. However, for me to be reminded all the time, the organized dates need to be present on my desktop all the time to increase the chance that I’ll actually have a look at them So I installed conky and started investigating on how to get it to display the dates from calcurse.