$msg = ""; $myaddress = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; $page = "PlannerAndRemind.php"; $page_title = "Planner and Remind"; $page_updated = "2007-01-0113:55:4713:55:47+0800"; $maintainer = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; require_once "include/calendar.php"; require_once "include/planner-include.php"; require_once "include/header.inc.php"; ?>
- remind.el - put this somewhere in your load-path or in your home directory. - plan2rem - make this executable and put it somewhere in your path (/usr/local/bin, for example) - rem2diary - make this executable and put it somewhere in your path (/usr/local/bin, for example) - the remind program, available as a Debian package (and probably as an RPM) - Emacs, of course.
Load remind.el, and you should be fine. Actually, thinking about it, I should move the planner parsing to after publishing...
You might need to add the following to your .emacs:
(add-hook 'list-diary-entries-hook 'include-other-diary-files)
Thanks to Arthur Vanderbilt for the reminder!
WARNING. This will automatically overwrite your diary-file (usually ~/diary). Please exercise caution.
RUN OFF INCLUDE .reminders.planner RUN ON
In a day planner file (yyyy.mm.dd, like 2002.10.08), appointments can be of the form:
hh:mm | Your message here
hh:mm | Your message here (hh:mm)
where ending time is parenthesized.
The reminder and diary files are automatically regenerated when you save a planner file. If you want to change this behavior, read remind.el
M-x diary RET
to see the reminders.