find attached a patch to lxpanel that uses a GKeyFile to store date
information about dates, e.g. for holidays, birthdays, appointments, etc. to
be shown in the digital clock's calendar. The format for the file is a [cal]
group followed by <date>=<text> lines, where <date> is in yyyyMMdd format,
and text can include \n for newlines. For example:
20101029=Yay, the lxde-panel calendar\ncan show this in a tooltip.
20101030=It will also mark days in this file as bold.
The file is in ~/.config/.dates.ini and will be reloaded if there are
changes every time the calendar is opened.
I hope this may be useful for some people. At least it is for me. Converting
iCal to this format should also be quite easy.
From: Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bs...> - 2010-10-29 14:00:14
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On 2010-10-29 15:54, Andre Bogus wrote:
> The file is in ~/.config/.dates.ini and will be reloaded if there are
> changes every time the calendar is opened.
I don't know much about the rules of ~/.config but a hidden hile in the
top level doesn't really sound like avery good thing.
both these sounds more reasonable
I have no strong opinion in this though =)
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