The Remind calendar program
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Dianne Skoll 9b2fdad56c Remove obsolete script. 2 weeks ago
contrib Depenguinization. 3 years ago
docs Prep for 3.3.7 release. 3 months ago
examples More tweaking of defs.rem to remove cruft and modernize usage. 11 months ago
man Document that -n causes -g to be ignored. 2 months ago
scripts Send error messages to stderr 6 months ago
src Fix bug in handling of WKDAY DAY YEAR date specification. 3 months ago
tests Don't set LC_ALL to en_US.utf-8 if it's already set to a UTF-8 locale 4 weeks ago
www Minor tweaks. 2 years ago
.gitattributes Use git-archive to create tarball. 2 years ago
.gitignore Add TAGS to omitted files. 2 years ago
COPYRIGHT Update copyright year. 4 months ago
MICROSOFT-AND-APPLE s/David/Dianne/ 6 years ago
Makefile Minor tweaks. 2 years ago
README Depenguinization. 3 years ago Depenguinization. 3 years ago
configure Prep for 3.3.7 release. 3 months ago Prep for 3.3.7 release. 3 months ago
install-sh -- Rearranged directory structure; starting conversion to autoconf. 24 years ago
unconfigure Apply some minor cleanup patches from Debian 10 years ago



Remind is a full-featured calendar/alarm program. Copying policy is
in the file "COPYRIGHT" in this directory.

Installation notes for various operating systems are in "docs". See
the appropriate README file for installation on your system.

Manual pages are in "man".


Quick UNIX installation instructions for the very impatient:

If you have Tcl/Tk (wish 4.1 or higher) installed and are running X Windows:

1) Type: wish ./ from this directory. Fill in the various
options and hit "Build Remind"

2) Type: "make install" -- you may need to be root to do this.

If you do NOT have Tcl/Tk or are NOT running X Windows:

1) Edit the file "src/custom.h" according to your preferences.

2) Edit the file "src/lang.h" to choose a language.

3) Type: "./configure" (You can supply options; type "./configure --help"
for details.)

4) Type: "make"

5) Type: "make install" -- you may need to be root to do this.

Contact info:
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