Norwegian localisation of Emacs Calendar
Based on http://bigwalter.net/daniel/elisp/sv-kalender.el v.1.8 by Daniel Jensen.
Put it somewhere in your
load-path, then put something like this in
(when (require 'calendar-norway nil 'noerror) ;; Localise date format, weekdays, months, lunar/solar names: (calendar-norway-common-settings) (setq calendar-holidays (append ;; Include days where you don't have to work: calendar-norway-raude-dagar ;; Include other days that people celebrate: calendar-norway-andre-merkedagar ;; Include daylight savings time: calendar-norway-dst ;; And then you can add some non-Norwegian holidays etc. if you like: '((holiday-fixed 3 17 "St. Patricksdag") (holiday-fixed 10 31 "Hallowe'en") (holiday-float 11 4 4 "Thanksgiving") (solar-equinoxes-solstices)))))
If you just want “red calendar days” and the Norwegian date formats, the following would be enough:
(when (require 'calendar-norway nil 'noerror) ;; Localise date format, weekdays, months, lunar/solar names: (calendar-norway-common-settings) ;; Show days where you don't have to work: (setq calendar-holidays calendar-norway-raude-dagar))
Note: the function
calendar-norway-common-settings changes some
settings that you may have already touched in your
calendar-date-display-form), see the function definition for what it
I highly recommend calfw if you want a great-looking Emacs calendar that works with diary/org-mode/icalendar/howm/etc.
Probably. Patches welcome.