Release Notes: calcurse 3.1.4 not longer prompts for a todo after adding an appointment. The keybinding window is now closed when reassigning the same key. "--datarootdir" is no longer ignored in the i18n Makefile.
Release Notes: This release contains a workaround for broken libfaketime-based tests on 32-bit systems (this fixes Debian bug #697013). The test-suite now completes even if libfaketime is not present. Start time and duration are no longer updated with bogus values if the prompt is canceled.
Release Notes: This release fixes another corner case of the screen corruption bug (bug #6). The startup welcome messages have been swapped again, so calcurse 3.1.2 should display accurate startup information. calcurse no longer segfaults when trying to edit a non-existent item.
Release Notes: This release fixes an off-by-one error which could result in a garbled panel layout under certain circumstances. It also contains fixes for several clang warnings.
Release Notes: This release supports Vim-like copy/pasting (FR#15). You can use the delete key to cut items from now on. Times can be entered in 24 hour format ("2130" instead of "21:30"). The default view is now configurable, and there is a compact panel mode (use the currently undocumented "appearance.defaultpanel" and "appearance.compactpanels" configuration settings to enable). The monthly view is cached to speed up browsing. Also, `calcurse -d` output is now sorted by time (BUG#2) and critical data and screen corruption bugs were fixed (BUG#6, BUG#7, BUG#8, BUG#9).
Release Notes: calcurse now has full UTF-8 support. Format strings for printing items in non-interactive mode have been introduced. There is support for vim-style count prefixes for displacement keys, and duration strings are now much more powerful. Extended duration strings, such as "+3:10" or "+1d20h5m", can be used. A new feature allows piping items to external commands. There are keybindings to jump to the previous/next month/year. Lots of internal changes have been made. Note that you will need to run "calcurse-upgrade" after upgrading, since the configuration file format has changed.
Release Notes: Handles iCal line folding correctly, and introduces a configure option to completely exclude the documentation subdirectory from the build process ("--disable-docs"). Note for packagers: The "--without-asciidoc" configure option has been split into two separate options to make things clearer and allow for including documentation without actually rebuilding it. "--disable-docs" can be used if you do not want to include documentation at all, and "--without-asciidoc" can be used to skip documentation generation and use prebuilt documentation from the release tarball.
Release Notes: This release keeps the order of events across restarts, avoids flickering on window resize, avoids a segfault when resizing the calcurse window, adds missing documentation for the "backword-kill-word" line editing function, honors the "TMPDIR" environment variable, fixes pager invocation when showing the log file during an import, accepts resource parameters in iCal import, synchronizes the notification item after editing or pasting an appointment, fixes recurrent appointment notification, fixes flagging of regular appointments, and fixes sort order when using command line options to display upcoming appointments and events.
Release Notes: New features include support for short form dates, a "backword-kill-word" line editing function, and automatic removal of notes that are empty after editing. Documentation and man pages now are in AsciiDoc format. Manual and man pages contain updated links to the new website and mailing lists, as well as instructions on how to use Transifex. Important bugs causing a segfault when resizing the help window were fixed, as well as lock file issues and parsing of appointment end times that date back were addressed. A Russian translation was added.
Release Notes: New enhancements in this version include a weekly calendar view that displays the week number and colored slices indicating appointment times. The side bar width can now be customized by the user. Some bugs were addressed in this release, the most important being incorrect calculation of recurrent dates after a turn of year.