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rclock (1)
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    NAME

    rclock (ouR CLOCK)
    --- clock and appointment reminder for X11
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    rclock [options]

     

    DESCRIPTION

    rclock --- version 2.6.3 --- is an analog clock for X intended as an xclock(1) replacement that conserves memory and has extra features: rclock enters reverse video if there is mail waiting; an appointment reminder is also builtin.

     

    OPTIONS

    The options supported by rclock:
    -display displayname
    Attempt to open a window on the named X display. In the absence of this option, the display specified by the DISPLAY environment variable is used.
    -geometry geom
    Create the window with the specified X window geometry [default 80x80].
    -bg color
    Window background color [default white].
    -fg color
    Window foreground color [default black].
    -fn fontname
    Select font used for reminders [default 7x14].
    -iconic
    Start iconified, if supported by the window manager.
    -adjust ddhhmm
    Adjust the clock by +/- ddhhmm (dd = days, hh = hours, mm = minutes) to fix an incorrect clock without being root or for working in another time-zone.
    -update n
    Update clock face every n seconds [default 30]. If n=1, a seconds hand is displayed.
    -mail n
    Check for new mail every n seconds [default 60]. The actual interval is a multiple of the clock update interval.
    #geom
    Specify the preferred icon window size [default 65x65].

     

    X RESOURCES

    No X resources are used --- only command-line options.

     

    TITLES AND ICONS

    The window and icon titles are set to the day of the week and the date. The icon window is "active" and will show the time, if supported by the window manager.

     

    REMINDERS

    The ~/.rclock file lists the messages to display and/or the programs to run at specified times and dates. At the specified time, rclock will pop-up a window in the center of the screen to display the message or will simply run the scheduled program. rclock will reads the ~/.rclock file at startup, and every 10 minutes (to look for changes) and after a message window has been dismissed (to find the next appointment).

    An entry in ~/.rclock may be one of two formats (blank and comment lines will be ignored):

    hh:mm  [dd]  MM/DD/YY message[; program]
    or
    [hh:mm  [dd]  MM/DD/YY [message]]; program
    
    hh - hour (0-23; * = current)
    mm - minute (0-59; * = 0)
    dd - days-of-week (some/all/none of umtwrfs; * = all)
    MM - month (1-12; * = current)
    DD - day of month (1-31; * = current)
    YY - year (0-99 or 1900-????; * = current)
    message - message to display
    program - program to execute
    

    The days-of-the-week use the following abbreviations: u=Sunday, m=Monday, t=Tuesday, w=Wednesday, r=Thursday, f=Friday, s=Saturday, *=all.

    If message is empty and program has been specified, it is executed without a dialog box. If time/date are also not specified, program is executed on start-up. Note message may contain escape values (\n: newline, \;: semicolon).

    Here's a silly example file that shows some of the permissible constructs:

    
    # ~/.rclock - My appointment file
    
    # startup functions
    ; xsetroot -solid Black &
    
    # cron functions
    
    10:00; xsetroot -solid Grey25 &
    14:00; xsetroot -solid Grey75 &
    
    # daily/weekly reminders
    
    08:15 mtwrf *      Good Morning!\nRead News?; rxvt -e News
    12:00 mtwrf *      Lunch Time!
    17:00 mtwrf *      Go Home
    23:00 mtwrf *      Still Here? Go to bed
    08:10 twrf  *      Did you do your time card yesterday?
    15:00 f     *      Friday, do your time card early!
    16:00 mtwr  *      Do your time card
    16:30 mtwrf *      Did you do your time card?
    *:00  us    *      It's the weekend, why are you here?
    8:15  f     */13/* Friday the 13th! Careful!
    8:15  *     4/1/*  fkrkrmfismsmkd...dkdfk
    8:16  *     4/1/*  April Fools!
    
    # birthdays/anniversaries
    
    16:00    05/21/*   Pam's Birthday (next week)
    16:00    05/24/*   Pam's Birthday (in a few days)
    
    # once-of appointments
    
    08:30    03/15/94    Dentist appointment
    08:30    03/15/1999  Dentist appointment
    08:30    03/15/2004  Dentist appointment
    
    

     

    ENVIRONMENT

    rclock uses the environment variable MAIL to determine the location of the user's mail spool file.

     

    BUGS

    rclock is not very smart about dealing with errors encountered while reading the ~/.rclock file. Each reminder must be a single line not exceeding 255 characters. Reminder windows are sometimes not redrawn (left blank) when raised or uncovered.

     

    AUTHOR

    Rob Nation <nation@rocket.sanders.lockheed.com>

    Modifications by mj olesen <olesen@me.QueensU.CA>

     

    CURRENT MAINTAINER

    Same as the current rxvt maintainer.


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    OPTIONS
    X RESOURCES
    TITLES AND ICONS
    REMINDERS
    ENVIRONMENT
    BUGS
    AUTHOR
    CURRENT MAINTAINER


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