A new web site was set up for the
calcurse project and the current
page was kept for historical reasons but is not updated anymore. Here is the link
to the new
The lastest Calcurse version is 2.8.
You can download the source by clicking the links below. The Source version must be compiled and has been successfully tested on Debian and OpenBSD, but should work on any kind of UNIX. Binary packages are also provided, and if you have created one on your own, I will add it here.
You can rate calcurse on the project's page at Freshmeat.
MD5 (calcurse-2.8.tar.gz) = 124d40c0912b12021996220f02b759cc
RMD160 (calcurse-2.8.tar.gz) = 1c4f04d776d1ce5452c14cfc020ea8b5d0f8818c
SHA1 (calcurse-2.8.tar.gz) = 749a95a7076163ef9324dce47e541e1c9c53093b
SIZE (calcurse-2.8.tar.gz) = 551592
Those packages comes with no warranty. To be sure to have the latest
version, it is recommended to download the source package instead.
OpenBSD : http://ports.openbsd.nu/productivity/calcurse
Calcurse is part of the OpenBSD ports collection, it is available at productivity/calcurse.
(packaged by me, reviewed and committed by ajacoutot@ - from France)
FreeBSD : http://www.freebsd.org/ports/deskutils.html
Calcurse is part of the FreeBSD ports collection, it is available at deskutils/calcurse.
(packaged for FreeBSD by Herbert - from Austria)
NetBSD : http://pkgsrc.se/wip/calcurse
Calcurse is available on NetBSD, thanks to the pkgsrc.se package collection.
(packaged for NetBSD by Zul - from France)
Debian : http://www.debian.org/distrib/packages
Calcurse is part of the official Debian distribution, and you can find packages in testing and unstable distribution for many different architectures :
alpha, amd64, arm, hppa, hurd-i386, i386, ia64, kfreebsd-i386, m68k, mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390, sparc.
(packaged for Debian by Kevin & Ryan - from Connecticut, and by fEnIo from Poland)
Archlinux : http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?do_Details=1&ID=4592
Calcurse for Archlinux is available from the Archlinux community Repository.
(packaged for Archlinux by Wain from France and Ronald)
Slackware : http://www.slacky.eu
You can get the Slackware package from Slacky.eu, the Italian Slackware Community.
(packaged for Slackware by Steffen - bert2002 - from Germany)
Suse : http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/rpm-navigation.php?cat=Office/calcurse/
(packaged for Suse by Pascal from Belgium)
Mac OsX, OpenDarwin, Darwin : http://calcurse.darwinports.com/
Calcurse is available on the Darwin OS family, thanks to the DarwinPorts.com Project.
(packaged for the Darwin family by Markus - from Germany)
Ubuntu : http://packages.ubuntu.com/calcurse
Calcurse is part of the Ubuntu distribution. You can find packages for three different architectures :
amd64, i386, powerpc.
(Ubuntu package based on the Debian package by Ryan - from Connecticut, and by fEnIo - from Poland)
ALT Linux : http://sisyphus.ru/srpm/Sisyphus/calcurse
Calcurse is part of the ALT Linux distribution, it is available from the Sisyphus repository.
(packaged for ALT Linux by Igor Zubkov - from Ukraine)
PLD Linux : ftp://ftp1.pld-linux.org/people/piotrek/calcurse/
Calcurse is available on the PLD Linux distribution, and you can obtain the rpm package from this ftp site.
(packaged for PLD Linux by Piotr - from Poland)
Zaurus : http://www.tyrannozaurus.com/?q=project/calcurse
Calcurse is available on the Zaurus, thanks to the tyrannozaurus community.
(packaged for the Zaurus by Antikx)
Crux Linux : http://crux.nu/portdb/?q=calcurse&a=search
Calcurse is available on Crux Linux, and can be obtained from the site above.
(packaged for Crux by Younes - from France)
Gentoo : http://gentoo-portage.com/app-office/calcurse/
Calcurse is also available on the Gentoo distribution, and can be found as a portage ebuild package.
(packaged for Gentoo by Cédric - from Belgium)
OpenPKG : http://www.openpkg.org/product/packages/?package=calcurse
Calcurse is part of the OpenPKG distribution, you will find the summary information about the package on the above site.
Fedora : http://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/packages/name/calcurse
Calcurse was built for different versions of the Fedora distribution. More information is available from the link above.
(packaged for Fedora by Jon)
Mandriva : You can download two packages for Mandriva 2009.1:
Binary package for i586: calcurse-2.5-1mdv2009.1.i586.rpm
Source package: calcurse-2.5-1mdv2009.1.src.rpm
(kindly provided by François)
Calcurse was translated in the following languages (status for version 2.8):
The template file (calcurse.pot) can be found here if you want to add a new language. This section of the manual explains how to translate the messages found in the .pot file into your native language.