2015-08-14 - email@example.com
- update to remind-3.1.15
- BUG FIX: Fix a buffer overflow found by Alexander Keller
- BUG FIX: Make parser reject an AT followed by more than one time.
- BUG FIX: Make parser reject repeated delta or *repeat values.
- NEW FEATURE: Putting the line __EOF__ in a .rem file causes
Remind to treat it as end-of-file.
- IMPROVEMENT: Use better PNG images for moons in the HTML display
- BUG FIX: The "-n" command-line option should really run in
"ADVANCE_MODE" rather than "CAL_MODE" internally; otherwise,
the substitution sequences may be misinterpreted.
- BUG FIX: A typo in clearing out MD5 sum context has been fixed.
- BUG FIX: Typo in Spanish translation was fixed.
2013-04-22 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- update to remind-3.1.13
- BUG FIX: Sunrise/Sunset calculations greatly improved thanks to
John McGowan. Accuracy should now be within a couple of
minutes in most places.
- BUG FIX: Allow specification of margins as low as 0 points in
rem2ps, courtesy of Jonathan Kamens.
- BUG FIX: Permit compilation with gcc 2.95 (which doesn't allow
variable declarations after non-declaration statements in a
- BUG FIX: Several minor documentation errors corrected courtesy
of Simon Ruderich.
- BUG FIX: Spurious test harness failure was fixed.
2012-02-28 - email@example.com
- update to remind-3.1.12
- NEW FEATURE: Many substitution sequences "%x" have an alternate
mode denoted by "%*x". This alternate mode leaves out
prepositions. For example, in English "%i" might yield "on
01-25" while "%*i" yields only "01-25".
- BUG FIX: The "dusk" and "dawn" calculations were completely
wrong. They have been fixed. Also, sunrise/sunset calculations
have been tweaked, so the results may be off by a minute or two
compared to previous versions of Remind.
- BUG FIX: For some inexplicable reason, dawn was considered to
happen when the sun was 14 degrees below the horizon instead of
the standard 6 degrees for Civil Dawn. This has been fixed.
- BUG FIXES: Clarified the man pages and fixed some typos.
- BUG FIX: Add THROUGH to the remind.vim syntax highlighting file.
- ENHANCEMENT (?): Allow SPECIAL COLOR to be spelled SPECIAL
- BUG FIX: Apply minor Debian cleanups reported by Kurt B. Kaiser.
2012-02-20 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- disable make check - it breaks the build
2012-02-13 - email@example.com
- patch license to follow spdx.org standard
2010-12-22 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- clean up specfile
- enable 'make check' again
2010-11-02 - email@example.com
- update to remind-3.1.10
- add the THROUGH keyword. You can omit blocks of dates
with: OMIT start THROUGH end
- add support for multibyte characters (eg, UTF-8) in calendar
output. Note that UTF-8 strings are still not supported in
- add support for UTF-8 line-drawing characters in calendar
- you can have multiple TAG clauses in a REM statement
- avoid spawning long-running background processes in "make
- don't declare variables in the middle of statements (old C
2010-06-21 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- update to remind-3.1.9
- New "purge mode" to delete expired reminders. See
the PURGE MODE section of the remind man page.
- Support DURATION in TkRemind. Thanks to Marek Marczykowski.
- Don't change the order of PS and PSFILE reminders. Bug found
by John McGowan.
- "REM 1990-01-01 SATISFY 1" would yield a spurious parse error
in earlier versions of Remind.
- Yom HaShoah is moved to Thursday if it would normally fall on
a Friday. Thanks to Jonathan Kamens for pointing this out.