Package Name: xdaliclock-1.0
Package Type: graphical/utility
Package Home: /afs/rpi.edu/dept/acm/packages/xdaliclock/1.0
Maintainer: Josh Wilmes (wilmesj@rpi.edu)
For questions regarding this package, please send e-mail to chenj@rpi.edu (Jonathan Chen).

The following documentation was found:



The following info is available:

The xdaliclock program displays a digital clock; when a digit changes, it
"melts" into its new shape.

It can display in 12 or 24 hour modes, and displays the date when a mouse
button is held down.  It has a large font built into it, but it can animate
most other fonts that contain all of the digits.  It can also do some funky
psychedelic colormap cycling, and use the "shape" extension so that the
window is shaped like the digits.

In the default configuration, this program is very network-intensive.  If it
seems sluggish, try the "-memory high" option (see the man page).  It will
take a little longer to start up, but will then go easy on the bandwidth.

This program was inspired by the Alto/Macintosh programs of the same name,
written by Steve Capps some time in the early eighties.  This implementation
is Copyright (c) 1991, 1992 by Jamie Zawinski .  Please let me
know if you find any bugs or make any improvements.

The following man pages were found: