'hsclock' is a multi-zone GTK clock that can also run in a tty. Currently configuration is solely by command line options. hsclock uses GTK timeouts to synchronize with the system clock, making display updates accurate to within milliseconds. The time output format can be set with a date-like format option.
released on 18 December 2001
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