are called p5-*. I hope that's all of them.
close PR#43791. Changes to pkgsrc * use INSTALL_SCRIPT from configure (patch-ab). * update tclsh name, current its version in pkgsrc is 8.4. CHANGES TO REMIND * Version 3.1 Patch 9 - 2010-06-20 - MAJOR ENHANCEMENT: New "purge mode" to delete expired reminders. See the PURGE MODE section of the remind man page. - ENHANCEMENT: Support DURATION in TkRemind. Thanks to Marek Marczykowski. - BUG FIX: Don't change the order of PS and PSFILE reminders. Bug found by John McGowan. - BUG FIX: "REM 1990-01-01 SATISFY 1" would yield a spurious parse error in earlier versions of Remind. - BUG FIX: Yom HaShoah is moved to Thursday if it would normally fall on a Friday. Thanks to Jonathan Kamens for pointing this out. * Version 3.1 Patch 8 - 2010-03-09 - ENHANCEMENT: Include some useful scripts in contrib/ - ENHANCEMENT: Add the $T, $Td, $Tm, $Tw, $Ty, $U, $Ud, $Um, $Uw, $Uy special variables to make reminder files less wordy. See man page for details. - MINOR ENHANCEMENT: Set an icon photo window manager resource on TkRemind. - POLICY CHANGE: Discourage use of Remind on MS Windows or Apple Mac OS X. - BUG FIX: Ignore msgprefix() and msgsuffix() on RUN-type reminders. - BUG FIX: Adjust Remind and Rem2PS so that SHADE specials don't obliterate earlier MOON specials. - BUG FIX: Fix bug in SCHED calculations if Remind is started in the middle of a SCHED interval.
* Version 3.1 Patch 6 - 2008-11-16 - MAJOR ENHANCEMENT: A new OMITFUNC clause gives you additional control and flexibility over "omitted days" calculations. This is useful when holidays influence the timing of events several days later. See "COMPUTED LOCAL OMITS" in the man page. - ENHANCEMENT: The new evaltrig() built-in function lets you evaluate triggers from within an expression. - ENHANCEMENT: The new weekno() built-in function returns the ISO 8601 week number of a date. - ENHANCEMENT: The "WEEK" special lets you annotate calendar output with the week number. The TkRemind, rem2ps and rem2html back-ends support WEEK. - MINOR ENHANCEMENT: You can control whether timed reminders come before or after non-timed reminders with the "-g" flag. - BUG FIX: TkRemind did not work correctly if ~/.reminders was a directory. - BUG FIX: TkRemind incorrectly invoked Remind with the "-a" flag when showing today's reminders. - BUG FIX: In certain cases, a trigger containing a day, month and weekday would fail if it needed to cross a year boundary. This has been fixed.
CHANGES TO REMIND * Version 3.1 Patch 5 - 2008-04-15 - MAJOR ENHANCEMENT: If you supply a directory name on the command line or for an INCLUDE command, then Remind reads all *.rem file in that directory (in the order returned by "glob") - ENHANCEMENT: The plain-text calendar ("-c") can draw lines using VT-100 line-drawing characters if invoked as "-cl" - ENHANCEMENT: The plain-text calendar can approximate SPECIAL COLOR reminders using VT-100 color escape sequences if invoked as "-cc". (You can combine the colors and line-drawing characters with -clc or -ccl.) - ENHANCEMENT: The "-t" option can take a numeric argument n. In this case, all reminders are assumed to have a delta of +n. (Without the argument, an infinite delta is assumed, as before.) If a numeric argument is given, the new system variable $DeltaOffset is set to the argument. - MINOR ENHANCEMENT: The "-i" command-line option can be used to define a function as well as set a variable. - MINOR ENHANCEMENT: String constants can have embedded quotes "Like \"this" - MINOR ENHANCEMENT: tkremind works better on small screens like that of the Eee-PC. - BUG FIX: Minor fix to HTML output courtesy of Ian! Allen. - BUG FIX: Parse error in calendar mode was fixed. * Version 3.1 Patch 4 - 2008-02-03 - ENHANCMENT: tkremind respects the "-b1" option and operates in 24-hour clock mode if the option is supplied. - ENHANCEMENT: tkremind has been tweaked to look better with Tcl/Tk 8.5. - CLEANUP: Version is kept only in configure.in instead of two different places. - CLEANUP: Added "const" qualifier to many places in the code that previously lacked it. - BUG FIX: A rare parsing error involving interaction between SATISFY and SKIP has been fixed. - BUG FIX: rem2html would output a horribly-wrong calendar for a 28-day February starting on Sunday (such as February 2009.) This has been fixed. - BUG FIX: The "-ivar=value" command-line option failed if Remind re-execed itself because we overwrote argv. This has been fixed. * Version 3.1 Patch 3 - 2007-10-15 + MINOR ENHANCEMENTS - rem2html now uses CSS for a much better-looking calendar. NOTE: rem2html was completely rewritten and some of the command-line options have changed! - If a reminder has a DURATION clause, then the starting and ending times are output in calendar mode. + BUG FIXES - DST rules in "defs.rem" were updated to reflect new US/Canadian DST rules. - If a REM command cannot compute a trigger date, the SATISFY expression is not evaluated. This helps avoid spurious error messages in some reminders. * Version 3.1 Patch 2 - 2007-09-12 + MINOR ENHANCEMENTS - build.tk tries to set defaults for location, paper size, etc from an existing "remind" installation if it detects one. - In queue mode, wake up once a minute and recalibrate sleep time. This should make Remind work better on laptops that suspend or hibernate. Note that "remind -q" does *not* handle date-rollover well; it simply exits if it notices date rollover. "remind -z0" (as used by tkremind) handles date rollover properly; it rereads the reminder file and rebuilds the queue if it notices date rollover. - tkremind: Added some key bindings to make navigation easier. - tkremind: Made calendar boxes use space more efficiently. - remind: The functionality of "rem" is now built into remind. If you invoke remind as "rem", then it uses a default filename. The installer sets up "rem" as a symbolic link to "remind". + CHANGE - "remind -p" no longer sorts SPECIAL reminders before non-SPECIAL. *** THIS MAY AFFECT BACKENDS *** Backends supplied by Roaring Penguin (rem2ps, rem2html and tkremind) are known to work properly. - "remind -p" no longer suppresses any AT-time associated with SPECIAL reminders. *** THIS MAY AFFECT BACKENDS *** Backends supplied by Roaring Penguin (rem2ps, rem2html and tkremind) are known to work properly. + BUG FIXES - examples/defs.rem: A few corrections to Jewish holidays courtesy of Art Werschulz. - src/Makefile.in: Added install-nostripped target. - SPECIAL COLOR now works more like MSG, including proper support for AT and for the %" %" escape sequence. - SPECIAL COLOR is queued correctly if it has an AT clause. - Using the psshade() or psmoon() functions emits a warning on stderr. You should use SPECIAL SHADE or SPECIAL MOON instead. * Version 3.1 Patch 1 - 2007-08-23 + MAJOR ENHANCEMENTS - Added the "nonomitted" function that solves a number of moving-reminder-in-response-to-holiday problems. The real-world problems solved are the "moving-garbage-day" problem and the "six-day-school-cycle" problem. + MINOR ENHANCEMENTS - A few minor performance improvements in response to profiling runs. + BUG FIXES - Prevent compilation failure with gcc 2.95. - Fix trailing "s" bug with -k option. This was fixed in Debian's release, but the Debian maintainer never bothered to let me know. - Removed obsolete scripts: kall, rem, remind-all.sh, remind-all.csh - Made "-n" output always use "/" as date separator for consistency with "-p" and "-s". - Moon PNG images are transparent. Output of moon phases in rem2html improved slightly. - Various man-page fixes. * Version 3.1 Patch 0 - 2007-07-14 + MAJOR ENHANCEMENTS - Added the FROM clause. This lets you write reminders like: REM Mon FROM 16 July 2007 UNTIL 13 Aug 2007 MSG Some Mondays... - Remind now has a new datatype: A DATETIME object represents a date AND a time (to the nearest minute). DATETIME constants are written as '2007-09-01@14:33'. Various operators and functions have been modified to do sensible things with DATETIMEs and several new DATETIME functions have been added. - The SPECIAL COLOR reminder type has been hacked to behave more like a MSG type. It sorts properly and is emitted as a normal reminder in non-calendar mode. Simlarly, SPECIAL HTML sorts with -g as well. + MINOR ENHANCEMENTS - TkRemind can e-mail you reminders if you don't dismiss the popup window after one minute. This is useful if you need to leave your workstation but want reminders to "follow" you via e-mail. - A new "-y" option to Remind generates tags for all reminders that lack a TAG clause. This may be useful for conversion tools that want each reminder to have a unique identifier. - A new "tzconvert" function lets you convert datetimes between different time zones. It's only as good as your C library, so test thoroughly please! Based on a patch from Stefan Wehr. - TkRemind sorts reminders by invoking Remind with the '-g' option. - The time and date separator characters can be changed at runtime by setting $TimeSep and $DateSep respectively. - The simple calendar ('-s') option can be immediately followed by an 'a'. This causes Remind to output reminders with deltas before the actual trigger date. Based loosely on an idea from Frank Terbeck. + MINOR CHANGES - Default date separator is now '-' instead of '/' - trigdate() and trigtime() behave differently - they return the integer 0 if the last reminder could not be computed or did not have an AT clause (respectively). - Maximum length of variable names has been increased from 12 to 16 characters. + BUG FIXES - Fixed a potential memory leak in queue.c - Fixed compile error on Mac OS X. - Fixed behaviour of "-sa" option so deltas correctly obey omitted days and the scheduling function (if one is used). - rem2ps would produce invalid PostScript in some rare cases (eg, for February 2007). This has been fixed.
CHANGES TO REMIND * Version 3.0 Patch 24 + MINOR ENHANCEMENTS - Permit the DURATION of a reminder to be as high as you like. Previously, DURATIONs could be at most 23:59. Fix courtesy of Paul Pelzl. - The "-n" flag can be usefully combined with "-s", "-p" and "-l" now. Fix courtesy of Paul Pelzl. + BUG FIXES - The "-k" command escapes all characters except those known to be safe, rather than attempting to escape only characters thought to be unsafe. - Removed the crufty code that supported non-ANSI C compilers. - Removed all support for non-UNIX/non-Linux systems. - Fixed a bug in the tokenizer that could make Remind segfault. Fix courtesy of Stan Tobias. * Version 3.0 Patch 23 + MINOR ENHANCEMENTS - Added the COLOR special for putting colored reminders in the calendar. Supported by the HTML, Tcl/Tk and PostScript back-ends. - Many minor tweaks to tkremind. - Added ability to specify paper size in inches or centimetres to rem2ps. - Added the "-l" option to Remind. This outputs additional information for back-end programs that use the "-p" output format. Currently used only by the "tkremind" back-end. - Fixed dates for Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha'atzmaut if 5 Iyar falls on a Saturday. (Hebrew calendar fix.) - Added support for the Icelandic language, courtesy of Björn Davíðsson. + BUG FIXES - Fixed parser error for unterminated date constant: '2005/01/01
…m free. Closes PR pkg/26612
+ move the patch digest/checksum values from files/patch-sum to distinfo
- Added option to have TkRemind display all of today's reminders in a text box on startup. This option is on by default. - Makefile in "www" directory allows you to add ".cgi" suffix to CGI scripts. - Added option to completely delete a reminder from the reminder file in the timed reminder popup dialog. - Clarified build instructions. - Fixed packing order in TkRemind so resizing window doesn't make control buttons disappear. - Fixed serious bug in which background queued reminders were ignored and Remind simply exited. Doh! Sorry about that.