./time/khal, CLI calendar application built around CalDAV

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.9.5, Package name: khal-0.9.5, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Khal is a standards based CLI (console) calendar program. CalDAV
compatibiliy is achieved by using vdir/vdirsyncer as a backend,
allowing syncing of calendars with a variety of other programs on
a host of different platforms.

khal is currently in an early stage of development, has a limited
feature set and is probably full of bugs. If you do try it out,
please make sure you have a backup of your date and please report
back any bugs you might encounter.

Required to run:
[devel/py-setuptools] [devel/py-urwid] [time/py-dateutil] [time/py-pytz] [databases/py-sqlite3] [devel/py-xdg] [time/py-icalendar] [sysutils/py-setproctitle] [time/py-vdirsyncer] [devel/py-click] [devel/py-configobj] [devel/py-atomicwrites] [time/py-tzlocal] [devel/py-pkginfo] [lang/python36]

Required to build:
[devel/py-test] [pkgtools/cwrappers] [devel/py-setuptools_scm] [devel/py-freezegun]

Master sites:

SHA1: 3e646d16277f7c6bf2b781b892e3b20609e7d9fe
RMD160: 7e96b8bf8c9cb911ebe610514e9e3d6bc997e4f8
Filesize: 166.026 KB

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   2017-04-19 14:23:34 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated khal to 0.9.5.

released 2017-04-08

* FIX khal new -i does not crash anymore
* FIX make tests run with latest pytz (2017.2)
   2017-04-04 15:10:58 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated khal to 0.9.4.

released 2017-03-30

* FIX ikhal's event editor now warns before allowing to edit recurrence rules it
  doesn't understand

* CHANGE improved the initial configuration wizard

* CHANGE improved ikhal's `light` color scheme
* NEW ikhal's event editor now allows better editing of recurrence rules,
  including INTERVALs, end dates, and more
* NEW ikhal will now check if any configured vdir has been updated, and, if
  applicable, refresh its UI to reflect the latest changes
   2017-03-07 11:43:05 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Add comments on how to generate the man page.
   2017-03-06 22:55:53 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated khal to 0.9.3.

released 2017-03-06

* FIX `list` (and commands based on it like `calendar`, `at`, and `search`)
  crashed if `--notstarted` was given and allday events were found (introduced
  in 0.9.2)
* FIX `list --notstarted` (and commands based on it) would show events only on
  the first day of their occurrence and not on all further days
* FIX `configure` would crash if neither "import config from \ 
vdirsyncer" nor
  "create locale vdir" was selected
* FIX `at` will now show an error message if a date instead of a datetime is
* FIX `at`'s default header will now show the datetime queried for (instead of
  just the date)
* FIX validate vdir metadata in color files
* FIX show the actually configured keybindings in ikhal

* NEW khal will now show cancelled events with a big CANCELLED in front (can be
  configured via event formatting)
* NEW ikhal supports editing an event's raw icalendar content in an external
  editor ($EDITOR), default keybinding is `alt + shift + e`. Only use this, if
  you know what you are doing, the icalendar library we use doesn't do a lot of
  validation, it silently disregards most invalid data.
   2017-02-20 18:00:37 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (30)
Log message:
Switch py-dateutils to plain DEPENDS.

It supports both python 2 and 3 nowadays.
   2017-02-13 16:03:02 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated khal to 0.9.2.

released 2017-02-13

* FIX if weekstart != 0 ikhal would show wrong weekday names
* FIX allday events added with `khal new DATE TIMEDELTA` (e.g., 2017-01-18 3d)
  were lasting one day too long
* FIX no more crashes when using timezones that have a constant UTC offset (like
  UTC itself)
* FIX updated outdated zsh completion file
* FIX display search results for events with neither DTEND nor DURATION
* FIX display search results that are all-day events
* in ikhal, update the date-titles on date change
* FIX printing a new event's path if [default] print_new = path
* FIX width of calendar in `khal calendar` was off by two if locale.weeknumbers
  was set to "right"

* CHANGED default `agenda_day_format` to include the actual date of the day

* NEW configuration option: [view]dynamic_days = True, if set to False, ikhal's
  right column behaves similar as it did in 0.8.x
   2017-02-05 20:26:55 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated khal to 0.9.1.

released 2017-01-25

* FIX detecting not understood timezone information failed on python 3.6, this \ 
may lead to
  erroneous offsets in start and end times for those events, as those datetimes
  were treated as if they were in the system's local time, not as if they are in
  the (possibly) configured default_timezone.

* python 3.6 is now officially supported

released 2017-01-24

Dependency Changes
* vdirsyncer isn't a hard dependency any more

Bug Fixes
* fixed various bugs in `configure`
* fix bug in `new` that surfaces when date(time)format does contain a year
* fix bug in `import` that allows importing into read-only and/or non-default \ 
* fix how color discovered in calendars

Backwards Incompatibilities
* calendar path is now a glob without recursion for discover, if your calendars
  are no longer found, please consult the documentation (Taylor Money)
* `at` command now works like `list` with a timedelta of `0m`, this means that
  `at` will no longer print events that end at exactly the time asked for
  (Taylor Money)
* renamed `agenda` to `list` (Taylor Money)
* removed `days` configuration option in favor of `timedelta`, see
  documentation for details (Taylor Money)
* configuration file path $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/khal/config is now supported and
  $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/khal/khal.conf deprecated
* ikhal: introduction of three different new frame styles, new allowed values for
  `[view] frame` are `False`, `width`, `color`, `top` (with default `False`),
  `True` isn't allowed any more, please provide feedback over the usual channels
  if and which of those you consider useful as some of those might be removed in
  future releases (Christian Geier)
* removed configuration variable `encoding` (in section [locale]), the correct
  locale should now be figured out automatically (Markus Unterwaditzer)
* events that start and end at the same time are now displayed as if their
  duration was one hour instead of one day (Guilhem Saurel)

* (nearly) all commands allow formatting of how events are printed with
  `--format`, also see the new configuration options `event_format`,
  `agenda_event_format`, `agenda_day_format` (Taylor Money)
* support for categories (and add `-g` flag for `khal new`) (Pierre David)
* search results are now sorted by start date (Taylor Money)
* added command `edit`, which also allows deletion of events (Taylor Money)
* `new` has interactive option (Taylor Money)
* `import` can now import multiple files at once (Christian Geier)

* BUGFIX no more crashing if invalid date is entered and mini-calendar displayed
* make keybinding for quitting configurable, defaults to *q* and *Q*, escape
  only backtracks to last pane but doesn't exit khal anymore (Christian Geier)
* default keybinding changed: `tab` no longer shows details of focused events
  and does not open the event editor either (Christian Geier)
* right column changed, it will now show as many days/events as fit, if users move
  to another date (while the event column is in focus), that date should be
  highlighted in the calendar (Christian Geier)
* cursor indicates which element is selected
   2016-10-07 10:20:43 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated khal to 0.8.4.

released 2016-10-06

* **IMPORTANT BUGFIX** fixed a bug that lead to imported events being
  erroneously shifted if they had a timezone identifier that wasn't an Olson
  database identifier. All users are advised to upgrade as soon as possible. To
  see if you are affected by this and how to resolve any issues, please see the
  release announcement (khal/doc/source/news/khal084.rst or
  http://lostpackets.de/khal/news/khal084.html). Thanks to Wayne Werner for
  finding and reporting this bug.