gcal 3.6.3-3 source package in Ubuntu


gcal (3.6.3-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * apply patch from Logan Rosen <email address hidden> to use autotools-dev
    (debian/control, debian/rules) (Closes: #733472)
  * debian/control: bump version to 3.9.5 (no changes needed)

 -- Thorsten Alteholz <email address hidden>  Sun, 29 Dec 2013 18:00:07 +0100

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gcal_3.6.3-3.dsc 1.1 KiB 632c7f6b842c294840cae955f8bcfa9af4568e84fb1f09d4f0427ffe35fb182c
gcal_3.6.3.orig.tar.gz 2.9 MiB 9d9be60841150a5c60e27fc5e0f2c06c06635ac44c18698d6a48ef7bb47ba86d
gcal_3.6.3-3.debian.tar.gz 10.5 KiB b9d156296554e5aef03288e68a874aa014ebf33eb970e84ff1bd39e935552f46

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gcal-common: gcal architecture independent files

 This package contains architecture independent files needed for gcal to
 run properly. Therefore, unless you have 'gcal' package installed, you will
 hardly find this package useful.

gcal-dbgsym: debug symbols for package gcal

 Gcal displays a calendar for a month or a year, eternal holiday lists
 and fixed date lists, in many ways. The program correctly omits the
 dates that were skipped when the current Gregorian calendar replaced
 the earlier Julian calendar.
 Apart from the usual and well known calendar functions like the
 output of a month or a year calendar sheet, or the output of an eternal
 holiday list, Gcal offers the facility to display fixed dates on the
 day of their occurrence and to remind or inform the user about them.
 So it is possible for users to receive an on-screen notification, at bootup
 or login, of all holidays or appointments which take place on that day.
 Notification by electronic mail is also possible.