Release Notes: An editor was implemented to make it possible to modify already existing items. Moreover, long-command line options are now supported, and the "-t" flag (to display todos) now takes an optional priority number as argument. The appointment display was also improved, with repeated items made more easily recognizable from normal ones.
Release Notes: This release comes with several new important features. Among them, todo priorities were added, and new screen layouts allow the todo panel to become the largest one. A new '-n' flag is also implemented, with which the user gets notified of their next appointment within 24 hours. General key bindings were added too, which apply whatever panel is selected. Finally, a notification bar indicates current date and time, the calendar file in use, and the next upcoming appointment together with the remaining time before it.
Release Notes: This new release comes with support for recurrent events and appointments. Two new translations are also provided (German and English). A compiler linking problem with libintl on systems which do not provide intl support within libc was fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes important enhancements, the two major ones being support for i18n and support for non-color terminals. An option has been added to choose which day is the first of the week (either Monday or Sunday). The documentation has been improved, with the addition of a detailed and translated HTML manual.
Release Notes: All-day-long events were added. Together with this feature enhancement, GUI improvements were made, such as scrollbars and progress bar implementations. The text scrolling mechanism was also greatly improved, with the use of ncurses pad functions. Concerning the minor enhancements, appointment duration can now be entered either in minutes or in hh:mm format, and the bugs reported by calcurse users were corrected.
Release Notes: In this new version, the ncurses library that is used was improved. Screen refreshing is faster, windows do not flicker anymore when they are updated, and the memory footprint is much smaller. Moreover, the configure script was improved, and an option was added to skip system dialogs.
Release Notes: Calcurse can now be called with commandline arguments, in order to display the todo list and appointments for specified days. After displaying the desired information, Calcurse simply quits, and you are back at the shell prompt. That way, you can add a line such as "calcurse -ta" in a configuration file to display at logon the list of tasks and appointments scheduled for the current day.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes were made. The licence header was added in the source files.