Projects / HsClock


hsclock is an accurate, multi-zone GTK clock that can also run in a tty. Currently configuration is solely by commandline options. hsclock uses GTK timeouts to synchronize with the system clock, making display updates accurate to within milliseconds. The time output format can be set with a date-like format option.

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  •  18 Dec 2001 12:10

    Release Notes: Multiple clocks (specified on the commandline) may be displayed. Clock labels can be the timezone abbreviation or the zone/city name. Names can be shortened by dropping vowels. Local time is the default when no timezones are specified. Clocks can be arranged vertically (default) or horizontally.

    Recent comments

    26 Dec 2003 12:27 CanadaGeek

    Compilation problems

    Am am in the process of creating installation instructions for Debian Woody (stable) for your clock.

    I have a compilation problem. The screenshot of the error is here:

    My gmodule.h is present and available in /usr/include/glib-1.2/
    I also have the 2.0 version in /usr/include/glib-2.0/

    Is there a way of forcing the makefile to see it? Or, which dir is it looking for it so I can make a symlink?

    Thanks for any help :-)


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