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The code can be found here: https://codeberg.org/x11cp/x11cp.git
git clone https://codeberg.org/x11cp/x11cp.git && cd x11cp/src/xtt
To compile this application, the following command should be used:
xmkmf -a && make
There is also a wrapper command in the top-level `Makefile` of the repository where this is can be run as:
The following libraries/dependencies are also required. The names of these will vary from each Linux distribution/BSD, hence the names of these libraries are generically specified:
xtt (XTimeTable) is a program which displays a timetable, one day at a time,
between Monday and Friday.
Its data is found in a simple config file which describe:
This application is amazing! Although its use is primarily for a static timetable such as a University schedule, if one’s day were approrpiately aligned to the same timeframe as the application assumes, then this could be used for any static entries which repeat.
# Monday Data Comm/L4/lightskyblue - - - Prog Dev/CS128/red - - - -
This defines Monday’s timetable as attending a lecture on Data Comms at 09:05, the Prog Dev at 13:05.
Entries are always time-boxed to one hour intervals starting at five minutes past the hour, and all entries per day assume a fixed number between 09:05 -> 17:05