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Version: November 2007 (ubuntu - 24/10/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


gcalcli - Google Calendar Command Line Interface


gcalcli [options] command [command args]


gcalcli is a Python application that allows you to access your Google Calendar from a command line. It's easy to get your agenda, search for events, and quickly add new events. Additionally gcalcli can be used as a reminder service to execute any application you want.


this usage text
--config <file>
config file to read (default is '~/.gcalclirc')
--user <username>
google username
--pw <password>
--cals [all,
'calendars' to work with (default is all calendars)
- default (your default main calendar)
- owner (your owned calendars)
- editor (editable calendar)
- contributor (non-owner but able to edit)
- read (read only calendars)
- freebusy (only free/busy info visible)
--cal <name>
'calendar' to work with (default is all calendars) - you can specify a calendar by name or by using a
regular expression to match multiple calendars
- you can use multiple '--cal' arguments on the
command line
show all event details (i.e. length, location, reminders, contents)
ignore old or already started events - when used with the 'agenda' command, ignore events
that have already started and are in-progress with respect to the specified [start] time
- when used with the 'search' command, ignore events
that have already occurred and only show future events
the number of characters to use for each column in the 'cal' command output (default is 10)
don't use colors
specify the colors used for the calendars and dates
each of these argument requires a <color> argument
which must be one of [ default, black, brightblack,
red, brightred, green, brightgreen, yellow,
brightyellow, blue, brightblue, magenta,
brightmagenta, cyan, brightcyan, white,
brightwhite ]


list all calendars
search <text>
search for events - only matches whole words
agenda [start] [end]
get an agenda for a time period - start time default is 12am today - end time default is 5 days from start - example time strings:
'9/24/2007' 'Sep 24 2007 3:30pm' '2007-09-24T15:30' '2007-09-24T15:30-8:00' '20070924T15' '8am'
calw <weeks> [start]
get a week based agenda in a nice calendar format - weeks is the number of weeks to display - start time default is beginning of this week - note that all events for the week(s) are displayed
calm [start]
get a month agenda in a nice calendar format - start time default is the beginning of this month - note that all events for the month are displayed
and only one month will be displayed
quick <text>
quick add an event to your default calendar - example:
'Dinner with Eric 7pm tomorrow' '5pm 10/31 Trick or Treat'
remind <mins> <command>
execute command if event occurs within <mins> minutes time ('%s' in <command> is replaced with event start time and title text) - <mins> default is 10 - default command:
'gxmessage -display :0 -center \
-title "Ding, Ding, Ding!" %s'


Wiki page


If exists is consulted at startup for defaults. Formatted with a section header "gcalcli" followed by lines option: value. (See section OPTIONS above for list of valid options.) E.g.,
 user: bertie_ahern
 pw: topsecret
 cal: Irish Holidays


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