[Remind-Fans] controlling the outpur of -s

tsr.offentlig at tsr.se tsr.offentlig at tsr.se
Tue Jun 22 10:33:03 EDT 2010

El Tue, 22 Jun 2010 09:23:17 -0400
"David F. Skoll" <dfs at roaringpenguin.com> escribió:
> tsr.offentlig at tsr.se wrote:
> > 1) I seem to recall that it was possible to config remind to read
> > all rem-files from a certain directory so that I could just do
> > "remind -s+2 -b1 -m", how do I do that?
> If you invoke "remind" as "rem", it assums ~/.reminders.  So:
>    rem -s+2 -b1 -m

Thanks, that did the trick :)

> > 2) The output is almost perfect (I want to incorporate the
> > wekk-nr-thing I saw in the mail archive) but I wonder if I can
> > reformat it so that:
> > 2010/06/22 * peradm 60 900 15:00-16:00 appointment-text-consorship
> > becomes:
> > Tue 2010-06-22 15:00-16:00 [peradm]  appointment-text-consorship
> That is a job for Perl.

Ok, then I'll dive into Perl, scary... 

What are the exact columns that are shown?

(My idea is to somehow use conky to output a calendar for the next 20-30
appointments whit some nice text-formatting and columns in my right
order, so if anyone has this configured allready I'd love a peak at
that .conkyrc 

I just decided to go with a more CLI, less GUI approach, so most of
these things are new to me although I've used some flavor of
linux-desktop for over 10 years - don't know how I avoided earning CLI
stuff in this time ;))


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