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README for calxxxx-yyyy, 2017/01/01, v20.17a


1 Introduction
2 Download
3 Installation
4 Additional Packages
5 Author/Maintainer
6 Bug Reports
7 Known Problems


To print a calendar for some given years, use the \textsf{calxxxx-yyyy.tex}
file. LaTeXe it, type in the year to start with (for example 2017), the
year to end with (for example 2034), and the calendars for those years are

It is possible to print the calendars in different languages.
Currently English (with week running from Sunday to Saturday),
and Danish and German (with week running from Monday to Sunday) are supported,
but other languages can be added. (When you did a translation, please send
an e-mail with it to Martin DOT Muench AT Uni-Bonn DOT de,
so that it might be included in calxxxx-yyyy.tex, thanks!)

Note: The code of this "package" is based on calxxxx.tex,
which is � 1999 Slobodan Jankovi\'{c} (Thanks!).

This material is published under the LPPL 1.3c: This work may be
distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project
Public License, either version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any
later version. This version of this license is in
and the latest version of this license is in
and version 1.3c or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version
2005/12/01 or later.


'calxxxx-yyyy' is available on CTAN:

Also a ZIP file is provided that contains the files:
the manual (README.tex, README.pdf), the compiled examples
(cal2017-2034_DE.pdf, cal2017-2034_DK.pdf, and
cal2017-2034_EN.pdf), calxxxx-yyyy.tex,
and this README, already sorted in a TDS tree:


Installation with ZIP file in TDS format
The ZIP file `calxxxx-yyyy.tds.zip' contains the files
sorted in a TDS tree. Thus you can directly unpack the
ZIP file inside a TDS tree.
See https://www.ctan.org/TDS-guidelines for an explanation
of TDS.
  cd /...somewhere.../texmf
  unzip /...downloadpath.../calxxxx-yyyy.tds.zip
Do not forget to refresh the file name database of this
TDS tree.
  texhash /...somewhere.../texmf

Manual installation
a) Download the calxxxx-yyyy files from CTAN.
   If necessary, unpack them.
b) Install the file `calxxxx-yyyy.tex' in your TDS tree:
     cp calxxxx-yyyy.tex TDS:tex/latex/calxxxx-yyyy/
   Replace `TDS:' by the prefix of your TDS tree
   (texmf directory).
c) Create the documentation, if necessary, e.g.
     pdflatex README.tex
d) Update the databases if necessary, e.g. for teTeX:
     mktexlsr .../texmf
e) Copy the documentation files to
   (and e.g. cal2017-2034_DE.pdf, cal2017-2034_DK.pdf,
    and cal2017-2034_EN.pdf).


calxxxx-yyyy itself loads these other packages:
babel, geometry, and arry,
which again load other packages
(see the result of the \listfiles command in the log-file
 of the example).


   H.-Martin M�nch


A bug report should contain:
* Comprehensive problem description. This includes error or
  warning messages.
* \errorcontextlines=\maxdimen can be added in the
  TeX code to get more information in TeX error messages.
* Minimal test file that shows the problem, but does not
  contain any unnecessary packages and code.
* Used drivers/programs.
* Version information about used packages and programs.
* If you are using LaTeX, then add "\listfiles". Then
  a list of version information is printed at the end
  of the LaTeX run.
* Please no other files than the minimal test file.
  The other files .log, .dvi, .ps, .pdf are seldom
  necessary, so send them only on request.
* Please .zip or .tar.gz your file(s) before sending them!

Bug address
Bug reports can be send to the maintainer:
  H.-Martin M�nch
  <Martin [dot] Muench [at] Uni-Bonn [dot] de>


* If you request too many years (more than about 141) at once,
  (La)TeX will run out of memory (unless you increase that).

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (419.9k).

calxxxx-yyyy – Print a cal­en­dar for a group of years

The pack­age prints a cal­en­dar for 2 or more years, ac­cord­ing to a lan­guage se­lec­tion. The pack­age is also “cul­ture de­pen­dent”, in the sense that it will start weeks ac­cord­ing to lo­cal rules: e.g., weeks con­ven­tion­ally start on Mon­day in the English-speak­ing world.

It re­quires ar­ray, ba­bel, and ge­om­e­try.

Ver­sion20.17a 2017-01-01
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2010–2017 H.-Martin Münch
Main­tainerHans-Martin Münch
TDS archivecalxxxx-yyyy.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeX Live as calxxxx-yyyy
MiKTeX as calxxxx-yyyy
Topics type­set cal­en­dars, di­aries, plan­ning charts, etc.
See also calxxxx
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