Re: xdiary package?
On Sat, 18 May 1996, Craig Sanders wrote:
> On Fri, 17 May 1996, Austin Donnelly wrote:
> > I don't think there is an xdiary package.
> > I think one would be a good idea.
> > I don't have the time to do one.
> > Any takers?
> What can xdiary do that ical can't? If you're looking for a good
> X-based calendar/diary/todo application, have a look at ical. It's
> probably the best of it's kind that i've ever seen.
Nothing; in fact, I think ical can do a lot more. But its a case of
what people are familiar with.
A couple of my users have both independently compiled up xdiary, and
it would be nice if it were installed on the system properly.
Yes, /usr/local/bin is an option, however, many more people out there
may also use xdiary. My system policy is to keep the minimum in
/usr/local. Anything I have in /usr/local is a candidate for being