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(New page: :''Main article: Remind'' == Ical2Rem == A script to convert from the iCal / ICS format the format used by Remind. It converts the calendar entries as well as the To Do items. It...)
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- Main article: Remind
A script to convert from the iCal / ICS format the format used by Remind. It converts the calendar entries as well as the To Do items. It uses the Due Date as the Remind date, or the current date if there's no Due date.
A Subversion repository will be available soon for "official" versions. Version 0.5.1, as of 2007-03-23, is available at the author's site.
cat /path/to/my/other_file.ics | ical2rem.pl >~/.ical2rem
Or process a remote file, such as one from Google calendar:
wget -q -O- http://path.com/to/my/google.ics | ical2rem.pl --label "Gcal" >~/.ical2rem
You may wish to make a cron entry to automate this:
0-59/15 * * * * cat /path/to/my/other_file.ics | ical2rem.pl >~/.ical2remIn the ~/.reminders file, include the new file:
Download the script from The Author's Site which should be placed
in a "bin" directory in your executable path.
~/bin are good
candidates. You may need to install some Perl modules first. Try
cpan -i iCal::Parser DateTime
as root. If that doesn't work, consult general documentation for installing Perl modules.
The code for ical2rem.pl has now been released under the GPL.
The code was originally created by Justin B. Alcorn, inspired by a message thread on the 43Folders board discussing conversion scripts written in Applescript. Please consider leaving a comment for the author
The code is in active maintenance. Get it from The Author's Site