ical 2.0p2

The newest version of ical will be installed on the exp tree for all UNIX OS's except IRIX (compilation problems).

What is ical?
Ical provides an X interface for maintaining a calendar. A calendar is basically just a set of items. An item is either an appointment, or a notice. An appointment starts at a particular time of the day, and finishes at a particular time of the day. A notice does not have any starting or ending time. Notices are useful for marking certain days as special. For example, a calendar may contain a notice for April 15th indicating that taxes are due. When the documentation below refers to an item, it applies both to notices and appointments. The main features of ical are: