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Calcurse

Calcurse is a calendar and scheduling application for the command line.

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    Landing page //
    2023-08-03

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I Wanted A Calendar And Calcurse Is Exactly What I Need!

Calcurse - Organizer and Scheduling App

Calcurse - Your Calendar and To-Do List on Your Terminal

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We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on various public social media platforms and blogs. They can help you see what people think about Calcurse and what they use it for.
  • Can anyone recommend a Lightweight TUI journal application with calendar for windows ?
    The Windows CLI is unfriendly to developers, a bit of shoving great-grandpa in the corner (despite its origins in DOS); as such, CLI developers tend not to spend much time investing in Windows-native TUI applications. With WSL, you at least mitigate a lot of that, opening you (OP) to the *nix world of CLI/TUI applications. Within WSL, you (OP) might also investigate calcurse which allows you to associate items... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Developing an App for CLI-Calendars - "opinion poll"
    Calcurse: fairly complex with events, reminders, notes/todos, as well as the ability to import/export .ics iCal files, customizable layout choices, etc. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Looking for a simple calendar/todo app with calDAV sync
    I use evolution the gnome email client. There is also calcurse, which is a ncurses based calendar with "experimental CalDAV support", I havent used it for too long, as I need an email application anyways and it's alright. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Lesser known tools
    Most folks are used to a pretty visual calendar like Google Calendar or calcurse with wizards for creating events, so entering them in a text-file feels archaic/baroque. But using remind gives me a LOT more power for creating events that do weird things like having my entries modify their text based on presentation or calculations (e.g. Birthday events that say "Joe turns 31 in 7 days", adjusting the age each year... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What beautiful Linux apps deserve more "marketing attention" for lack of a better term?
    Calcurse a text-based calendar and scheduling application. Source: about 2 years ago
  • CLI calendar program "when" is pretty cool and clever for those of us with relatively simple needs
    There are a few cli calendars. The one I been using mostly has been calcurse http://calcurse.org/. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Calendar app that syncs using a file
    For a less-powerful option that does use .ics format (I think) there's calcurse. It supports (but doesn't require) caldav. Source: over 2 years ago
  • is there any CLI calendar apps/ Schedule apps?
    For basic use, calcurse offers a nice TUI and the functionality you'd expect from most calendaring applications (including import/export of .ics files). It has built-in todo-list functionality, too. Source: about 3 years ago
  • The best calendar client with support for Google Calendar?
    If you're willing to set up access to your google calendars using Google's CalDAV support, then you could consider using khal or calcurse as a TUI client. Source: about 3 years ago

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