Pcal prints nice-looking PostScript (or HTML) calendars. Its real power is its ability to create personalized calendars by marking 'events' (for example, payday). Lcal is similar to Pcal, but it generates lunar calendars.
released on 16 December 2004
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 16 December 2004.
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