Sunclock is a sophisticated clock for the X Window system. It displays a map of the Earth and shows which portion is illuminated by the sun. In addition to providing local time for the default timezone, it also displays GMT time, legal and solar time of major cities, their latitude and longitude, sunrise and sunset, and the mutual distances of arbitrary locations on Earth. Sunclock can display meridians, parallels, tropics, and arctic circles. It has builtin functions that accelerate the speed of time and show the evolution of seasons.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few issues related to the monochrome modes. Also, a new command line option has been introduced to control the vector map used in the zoom widget.
Release Notes: A timezone map is now displayed by default, and that default map is adjustable through a new -defimage command line option. A new vector map of world political boundaries has also been added, and a few minor improvements have been made.
Release Notes: Small compilation and installation fixes were made. No new features were added with respect to version 3.54.
Release Notes: This release fixes a segfault bug. Xterm or other terminal emulators are no longer needed in the help system.
Release Notes: The GUI has been revamped: all menus now use buttons with a 3D look, and key shortcut hints have been substantially improved. Several small bugs have been fixed.