'PataCal provides the current date in the pataphysical calendar. It also
allows you to choose the date (in either the pataphysical or the vulgar
calendar) that will be displayed.
'PataCal comes in two versions:
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" 'Pataphysics is the science of imaginary solutions, which symbolicaly grants
to the outlines, the properties of objects described by their
virtualities " (La 'Pataphysique est la science des solutions imaginaires, qui accorde
symboliquement aux linéaments les propriétés des objets décrits par leur
as it is said in Alfred Jarry, Les gestes et opinions du Dr Faustroll (Gallimard/Poésie).
At least, it might not be science, but it is not gloomy science
'PataCal is based on the fourth edition of the official calendar of 1971 (4th edition) as reproduced in the magazine littéraire n°388 of juin 2000.
Origin: The pataphysical era starts on september 8th, 1873 (1 absolu
Revolution: The pataphysical calendar is made of 13 months of 29 days each. Of these days, the 29th are imaginary days (hunyadis) but the 29th of gidouille and that of gueules in leap years. So the pataphysical years is of 365 (13x28+1) days long (366 on leap years).
Peculiarity: all 13th days are fridays.
More info on 'Pataphysics:
'PataCal is registred with Palm under the PtCl creator identifier. The desk accessory version is registered under PtDA.
'PataCal is freeware. If you like it, drop a mail to freeee À free . fr.
You can notify bugs and comments to freeee À free . fr. Please, for bug reports, provide the kind of machines, extensions (memory...), OS version and revision, hacks and circumstances (available memory).
'PataCal should work on PalmOS 2.0 and above. It has been reported to work on:
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'PataCal has been compiled on Linux (RedHat 6.2) (resp. MacOS X 10.1.5) with: