Calendar Manager Question: Print to File from command line?

Calendar Manager Question: Print to File from command line?

Post by Mike Ree » Sat, 03 Jun 1995 04:00:00

Is there a way to get cm to print a calandar to file via a
command line interface?  I'd like to use cm to generate a
"pretty" .ps file of a Month View for display via WWW, but
having to "Print to a File" via the GUI is not the best way
to do this.  I'd like to be able to trigger a re-print from
the command line so that after a cm_insert or cm_delete
(triggered from a CGI form) a new version of the calendar
would be available via the WWW.

Any ideas would be a help.



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