wmclock is an applet which displays the date and time in a dockable
tile in the same style as the clock from the NEXTSTEP(tm) operating
system. wmclock is specially designed for the Window Maker window
manager, by Alfredo Kojima, and features multiple language support,
twenty-four-hour and twelve-hour (am/pm) time display, and, optionally,
can run a user-specified program on a mouse click.
wmclock can display the month and weekday abbreviations in any of these
breton czech danish dutch english french french2 german hungarian indonesian
italian norwegian portuguese russian slovene spanish swedish ukrainian
To set the default language, set LANGUAGE to one of the above in the
environment before running wmclock.SlackBuild, e.g.
$ LANGUAGE=french ./wmclock.SlackBuild
This only sets the default; the other languages can still be used via
the -monthxpm and -weekdayxpm command line options (see the wmclock man
page for details).
Maintained by: B. Watson
(the SlackBuild does not include the source)