Access Google Calendar From Linux / UNIX / Mac OS X Command Line Interface

I use Google Calendar exclusively. However to access this product you need to use a web browser. There is nice program called gcalcli (Google Calendar Command Line Interface) which allows to access Google Calendar from bash shell. Now I can see an agenda using a specified start/end time and date from a shell prompt over ssh session 😀

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gcalcli is a Python application that allows you to access you Google Calendar from a command line. It’s easy to get your agenda, search for events, and quickly add new events. Additionally gcalcli can be used as a reminder service to execute any application you want.

Current Features

  1. List your calendars
  2. Show an agenda using a specified start/end time and date
  3. Search for calendar events
  4. “Quick add” new calendar events to your default calendar
  5. Run as a cron job and execute a command for reminders
  6. Work against specific calendars (default, owner, read-only)
  7. Color support
  8. unicode support

Download Google Calendar Command Line Interface

=> Visit official project page here

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