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Ruby Agenda

Ruby Agenda is an Agenda/Schedule application aimed at use on an iPAQ, but works just as well on your desktop. Ruby Agenda is actively tested by the author on an iPAQ, that is, in daily life. The iPAQ runs Linux (with X and matchbox as window manager).

Ruby Agenda is written in Ruby with Tk bindings (which are in the default Ruby libraries; Tk is likely to be installed on any UNIX system).

For use on iPAQ/linux/familiar-distro, see my ipkg feed. The agenda will be ported from Ruby/Tk to Ruby-Wise to eliminate the tcl interpreter. At this point in time, it would not gain much speed and would loose functionality, since Ruby-Wise is not finished.


Download (stable beta), unzip and launch with
   ruby agenda/tkagenda.rb
The agenda will store appointments in ~/.rbagenda.xml when it quits (i.e. the window is destroyed) or when you press the Save button. It will back up the previous version in ~/.rbagenda.xml.old while Ruby Agenda is in beta.

Make sure you have a recent version of Ruby, or the Tk-bindings will not work.

Alternatively, when running familiar on iPAQ-linux, install ruby-agenda from my feed and launch it from your menu.


Features

v0.9.2 (stable -- 2002 Aug 13 -- 1557 lines)

v0.9 (stable -- 2002 May 25 -- 1482 lines)

v0.9-pre1 (unstable -- 2001 Dec 24 -- 1574 lines)

v0.8 (stable -- 2001 Dec 22 -- 1499 lines)

v0.8-pre3(stable -- 2001 Nov 8 -- 1284 lines)

v0.8-pre2(unstable)

v0.8-pre1(unstable)

v0.7(stable -- 2001 Sep 9 -- 1196 lines)

v0.6

v0.5 (first usable version)

v0.1


To Do


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