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Package "plcal"

Title:Programming Calendar
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Latest version:0.0.4
SHA1 sum:af46c7bedbf217846b7ee11ca90edcf370e558d0
Author:la_samlai <samuelli@op.pl>
Maintainer:la_samlai <samuelli@op.pl>
Download URL:https://gitlab.com/PiotrLi/plcal.git

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Programmable calendar

It's a software to create a programable calendar.

The information will be pleced in files witch prolog-like syntax.

The event is a clausule like:

birth(adam,date(2005,5,23)).

birthday(Person,date(NextYears,Month,DayOfMonth)) :-
        birth(Person,date(Year,Month,DayOfMonth)),
        succ(Year,NextYear),
        plus(Year,150,EndYear),
        between(NextYear,EndYear,NextYears).

And presented by:

:- add_event birth/2.
:- set_event(birth(Person,_),title(format("Birth of ~w"),[Person])).
:- set_event(birthday(Person,_),title(format("Birthday of ~w"),[Person])).

:- set_event(birth(_,Day),day(Day)).
:- set_event(birthday(_,Day),day(Day)).

:- set_event(birth/2,color(yellow)).
:- set_event(birthday/2,color(gold)).

To see your week in terminal:

?- week.

The same effect using days(8).

To export 360 days to ical format:

?- ical(today,360).

You can also reply ical by http like reply_http_page/2

?- reply_ical(today,360).

Contents of pack "plcal"

Pack contains 3 files holding a total of 7.8K bytes.