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intclock is an international (multi-timezone) clock which can be run in a window or in a terminal.
Here are some key features of "intclock":
Gtk2 configuration window (see this screenshot)
configuration is saved between runs
layouts: 1 column, 1 row, table, or 1 clock at a time (with clock selection in popup menu)
user-defined labels for timezones
window position can be specified, and can be saved between runs
perl 5 or higher (perl 5.8 or higher for Gtk2)
either the Gtk2 (preferred) or the Gtk perl module
the Data::Dumper perl module
the Time::HiRes perl module
the Locale::Maketext perl module
the Olson timezone database (usually called tzdata)
What's New in This Release:
Only show city names when there is more than 1 timezone per country.
Translate remaining city names using CLDR (exemplarCity entries).
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