Release Notes: calcurse now has full UTF-8 support. Format strings for printing items in non-interactive mode have been introduced. There is support for vim-style count prefixes for displacement keys, and duration strings are now much more powerful. Extended duration strings, such as "+3:10" or "+1d20h5m", can be used. A new feature allows piping items to external commands. There are keybindings to jump to the previous/next month/year. Lots of internal changes have been made. Note that you will need to run "calcurse-upgrade" after upgrading, since the configuration file format has changed.
Release Notes: calcurse 3.1.4 not longer prompts for a todo after adding an appointment. The keybinding window is now closed when reassigning the same key. "--datarootdir" is no longer ignored in the i18n Makefile.
Release Notes: This release contains a workaround for broken libfaketime-based tests on 32-bit systems (this fixes Debian bug #697013). The test-suite now completes even if libfaketime is not present. Start time and duration are no longer updated with bogus values if the prompt is canceled.
Release Notes: This release fixes another corner case of the screen corruption bug (bug #6). The startup welcome messages have been swapped again, so calcurse 3.1.2 should display accurate startup information. calcurse no longer segfaults when trying to edit a non-existent item.
Release Notes: This release fixes an off-by-one error which could result in a garbled panel layout under certain circumstances. It also contains fixes for several clang warnings.
Release Notes: This release supports Vim-like copy/pasting (FR#15). You can use the delete key to cut items from now on. Times can be entered in 24 hour format ("2130" instead of "21:30"). The default view is now configurable, and there is a compact panel mode (use the currently undocumented "appearance.defaultpanel" and "appearance.compactpanels" configuration settings to enable). The monthly view is cached to speed up browsing. Also, `calcurse -d` output is now sorted by time (BUG#2) and critical data and screen corruption bugs were fixed (BUG#6, BUG#7, BUG#8, BUG#9).