Hi Behdad....
Hope all is well...

Sure, I can just post the contrib here...
Basically it is "Yet Another Calendar" but in Perl...

I am contributing a Perl class called Jalali.pm  and an application
using this class called pcal(1).

pcal(1)  is intended to operate very similar to Unix cal(1).
pcal(1) use Jalali.pm to do its job. Currently it displays the month
just as cal would do with no arguments....more features such as
as showing the entire year and a specific month of a year....later...

Jalali.pm is  Perl class encapsulating Jalali and Gregorian operations.
The basic idea is that an object of this class uses the Unix Tick Count
as its internal clock. You can seek into future or past on UTC axiam or continum
and surface in Gregorian or Jalalian.

Both pcal(1) and Jalali.pm are available at


Feedbacks, bug reports, and feature requests are welcomed.
Mehdi Montaseri

On 6/3/05, Behdad Esfahbod <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hi there,

We "FarsiWeb" guys are hearing here.  That's indeed the way to
contact FarsiWeb people, but we're a bit late on reply all the
time.  Sorry for that.  BTW, if you have any contributions, why
not just post them here?


On Sat, 4 Jun 2005, Medi Montaseri wrote:

> Hi,
> I have emailed "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" over a week ago with no reply/avail.
> Anyone knows of any other way to contact
> farsiweb.info<http://farsiweb.info>folks.....
> I had some contribs....
> Thanks
> Mehdi


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