GNU ELPA - svg-clock


Analog clock using Scalable Vector Graphics
svg-clock-1.2.tar (.sig), 2024-Mar-31, 20.0 KiB
Ulf Jasper <>
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Full description

svg-clock provides a scalable analog clock.  Rendering is done by
means of svg (Scalable Vector Graphics).  In order to use svg-clock
you need to build Emacs with svg support.  (To check whether your
Emacs supports svg, do "M-: (image-type-available-p 'svg) RET"
which must return t).

Call `svg-clock' to start a clock.  This will open a new buffer
"*clock*" displaying a clock which fills the buffer's window.  Use
`svg-clock-insert' to insert a clock programmatically in any
buffer, possibly specifying the clock's size, colours and offset to
the current-time.  Arbitrary many clocks can be displayed
independently.  Clock instances ared updated automatically.  Their
resources (timers etc.) are cleaned up automatically when the
clocks are removed.

Old versions

svg-clock-1.1.el.lz2019-Nov-044.39 KiB
svg-clock-1.0.el.lz2016-Feb-053.86 KiB
svg-clock-0.5.el.lz2013-Jul-093.09 KiB
svg-clock-0.4.el.lz2012-Nov-293.08 KiB


 Version 1.0
   New function `svg-clock-insert'.  Removed customization

 Version 0.5
   Fixes (image-mode issue etc.).

 Version 0.3
   Fixes (disable buffer undo).

 Version 0.2
   Automatic fitting of clock to window size.

 Version 0.1
   Initial version.