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'enotes' is a small GNU Emacs script to handle appointments. It stores a list of notes, each with a title, a date, a warning date, and optionally a long description and a reference file. A window pops up when a warning time is reached. It is simple (more than calendar and others), yet reliable and very practical
released on 11 July 2005
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