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Re: (OT) Script to print weekly planner for whole year

On Wed, May 11, 2005 at 10:51:55AM +0200, Matías Costa wrote:
> El Miércoles, 11 de Mayo de 2005 01:07, TR escribió:
> > Anyone knows of a script to create weekly planners for all the 52
> > weeks of the year? When doing it from emacs, with the latex calendar
> > mode, you would need to repeat sequence of comands 52 times. maybe
> > some perl or bash script will do it.
> May be this makes the work:
> pcal
> Description: generate Postscript calendars without X
>  "Pcal" is a program to print PostScript calendars for any month and year.
>  By default, it looks for a file in the home directory named "calendar"
>  for entries with leading dates matching dates on the calendar, and prints
>  any following text under the appropriate day.

pcal is great to create months, years, but I haven't been able to find
an option for weeks.

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