Simple curses clock written in Python
# clockr clockr is a collaborative effort at a simple curses clock written in Python 3.
# Installation * Arch Linux: clockr in the AUR * pip: clockr
For manual installation, clone the repository, cd into it and run ` # python setup.py install `
# Screenshot ![clockr](http://i.imgur.com/gNyIXlX.png)
- # options
- press q to exit -h, –help Prints help text. -n –nodate Doesn’t print the date in the clock. -c –color Changes color of clock respectively. Available color options are red, white, blue, magenta, green, yellow, cyan, white -t –twentyfourhours Prints the time in 24-hour format. -d –dateformat Prints the date in given format, requires 1 argument See ‘man date’ on how to use custom date formats
# FAQ Q: Can you add [feature]? When will [bug] be fixed?
A: This project is completely run by volunteers and will most likely never be 100% bug-free as developers are humans too. You can help out yourself, though, by submitting a bug report!
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