Pcal and lcal 4.11.0
Pcal and lcal are calendar-generation programs which produce nice-looking PostScript output.
Pcal is usually used to generate monthly-format (one month per page) calendars with optional embedded text and images to mark special events (e.g. holidays, birthdays, etc). It can also generate yearly-format (one year per page) calendars.
Lcal generates a graphical ''lunar phase'' calendar for an entire year (see below).
Both programs were previously released by Andrew W. Rogers, whose web page has disappeared.
Pcal supports the following languages:
What's New in This Release:
· This release includes fixes for all known bugs, some new functionality, and some updated sample configuration files.