Commit 8ffbfaa9 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

(diary-mail-addr, diary-mail-days): New variables.

(diary-mail-entries): New function.
parent 85d27e9b
......@@ -583,6 +583,64 @@ is created."
(error "Your diary file is not readable!"))
(error "You don't have a diary file!"))))
(defcustom diary-mail-addr
(if (boundp 'user-mail-address) user-mail-address nil)
"*Email address that `diary-mail-entries' will send email to."
:group 'diary
:type 'string)
(defcustom diary-mail-days 7
"*Number of days for `diary-mail-entries' to check."
:group 'diary
:type integer)
(defun diary-mail-entries (&optional ndays)
"Send a mail message showing diary entries for next NDAYS days.
If no prefix argument is given, NDAYS is set to `diary-mail-days'.
You can call `diary-mail-entries' every night using an at/cron job.
For example, this script will run the program at 2am daily. Since
`emacs -batch' does not load your `.emacs' file, you must ensure that
all relevant variables are set, as done here.
# -- repeatedly run the Emacs diary-reminder
emacs -batch \\
-eval \"(setq diary-mail-days 3 \\
european-calendar-style t \\
diary-mail-addr \\\"\\\" )\" \\
-l diary-lib -f diary-mail-entries
at -f 0200 tomorrow
You may have to tweak the syntax of the `at' command to suit your
system. Alternatively, you can specify a cron entry:
0 1 * * *
to run it every morning at 1am."
(interactive "p")
(let ((text nil)
;; Use the fancy-diary-display as it doesn't hide rest of
;; diary file with ^M characters. It also looks nicer.
(diary-display-hook 'fancy-diary-display))
(if (not current-prefix-arg)
(setq ndays diary-mail-days))
(view-diary-entries ndays)
(set-buffer "*Fancy Diary Entries*")
(setq text (buffer-substring (point-min) (point-max)))
;; Now send text as a mail message.
(insert diary-mail-addr)
(insert "Diary entries generated ")
(insert (format-time-string "%a %d %b %y" (current-time)))
(insert text)
(mail-send-and-exit nil)))
(defun diary-name-pattern (string-array &optional fullname)
"Convert an STRING-ARRAY, an array of strings to a pattern.
The pattern will match any of the strings, either entirely or abbreviated
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