Remind release detected

Written at lunch time in English • Tags:

New releases of Remind have been coming out again, so I’ve updated time/remind to version 3.2.0.

Notable changes:

Version 3.2 Patch 0 – 2020-01-03

  • IMPROVEMENT: Add support for events spanning multiple days (with AT and DURATION). Add trigeventstart() and trigeventduration() introspection functions; see MULTI-DAY EVENTS in the man page.
  • IMPROVEMENT: Add introspection functions trigback(), trigdelta(), trigduration(), trigfrom(), trigpriority(), trigrep(), trigscanfrom(), trigtimedelta(), trigtimerep(), and triguntil(). See man page for details; thanks to Tim Chase for the suggestion.
  • CHANGE: Modify addition so that previously-illegal combinations TIME + TIME, TIME + DATETIME, and DATETIME + TIME are now allowed. Also allow DATETIME - TIME. If t1 and t2 are expressions of type TIME and dt is an expression of type DATETIME, then the following are now equivalent (before, the expressions on the left-hand side would fail with a “Type mismatch” error.)
  t1 + t2     ==     t1                + coerce("INT", t2)
  dt + t2     ==     dt                + coerce("INT", t2)
  t1 + dt     ==     coerce("INT", t1) + dt
  dt - t2     ==     dt                - coerce("INT", t2)
  • BUG FIX: Specifying a DURATION without an AT clause results in an error. Before, it would be accepted but not do anything useful.
  • BUG FIX: TkRemind: Fix startup failure of TkRemind if options are at default. :(

Version 3.1 Patch 17 – 2019-11-15

  • SYNTACTIC SUGAR: Make SCANFROM -n the same as SCANFROM [today() - n]
  • BUG FIX: Fix failure when specifying a Jahrzeit in Adar. Fix courtesy of Dov Feldstern

Version 3.1 Patch 16 – 2018-11-09

  • IMPROVEMENT: Add patch from Stephen Morgan to calculate astronomical and nautical twilight in addition to civil twilight.
  • IMPROVEMENT: Remind accepts DATETIME constants in ISO-8601 format and can optionally be configured to output them that way too.

Add a comment