HTML-CalendarMonth ------------------- HTML::CalendarMonth is a module that simplifies the rendering of a calendar month in HTML. It is NOT a scheduling system. Calendars are represented as HTML::Element based structures, derived from the HTML::ElementTable class. The module includes support for 'week of the year' numbering, arbitrary 1st day of the week definitions, and locale support. If you wish to use 'week of the year' numbering, or want to explore dates beyond the capability of the internal perl time functions, then you will need Date::Calc, DateTime, or Date::Manip. INSTALLATION You install HTML-Calendar, as you would install any perl module library, by running these commands: perl Makefile.PL make make test make install DOCUMENTATION See HTML/CalendarMonth.pm for the code. See Changes for recent changes. POD style documentation is included in the module. This is normally converted to a manual page and installed as part of the "make install" process. You should also be able to use the 'perldoc' utility to extract and read documentation from the module directly. Some examples can be found here: http://www.mojotoad.com/sisk/projects/HTML-CalendarMonth/examples.html SUPPORT There is a mailing list for HTML::Calendar. To subscribe or view past messages, please visit the following URL: http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/html-calmonth-general Questions and comments may also be directed to Matt Sisk <email@example.com> AVAILABILITY The package is available from CPAN: http://www.cpan.org/authors/id/M/MS/MSISK/ The package is also available at the Toadstool: http://www.mojotoad.com/sisk/projects/HTML-CalendarMonth/ ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Thanks to William R. Ward for some conceptual nudging. Thanks to Fabian Aichele, Jarkko Hietaniemi, Wolfgang Jürgensen, and David 'Sniper' Rigaudiere for some suggestions on global calendar customs. Thanks to Gael Marziou, Raul Rivero, Ricardo Signes, T. Bugra Uytun, and Philipp W. for some helpful bug spotting. COPYRIGHT Copyright (c) 1999-2015 Matthew P. Sisk. All rights reserved. All wrongs revenged. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.