[Remind-Fans] INCLUDE from ~ or "$HOME"?

Brian Carter robotmachine at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 17:36:50 EDT 2015

You use

INCLUDE [getenv("HOME")]/path/to/included.txt

On 1 July 2015 at 14:20, Larry Hynes <larry at larryhynes.com> wrote:

> Greetings all
> I sync my reminders files, and a lot of other stuff, to various machines
> so I can get a handle on my agenda regardless of machine, and I would like
> to be able to `INCLUDE` using ~ or "$HOME", but it doesn't appear to be
> possible, e.g. I currently `INCLUDE syncdir/.holidays`, but if I run remind
> from anywhere outside my home dir it complains that it can't find the
> relevant file. I've tried various invocations, including `INCLUDE
> ~/syncdir/.holidays`, `INCLUDE "~/syncdir/.holidays"`, etc., to no avail. I
> realise that I could just use `INCLUDE /home/me/syncdir/.holidays` but that
> rules out one machine where ~ is, for convoluted and somewhat murky reasons
> that I cannot fully explain, `/usr/home/me`.
> A small thing, I know, but I would love to see if it's possible.
> Any pointers would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Larry
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