Hodie, the classic Latin replacement for date(1).
At last, it has arrived!
For all of you classic freaks and other assorted language and computer
geeks out there, hodie brings new functionality to your UNIX
It's main functionality is in fact rather simple. It prints out the
current date and time. The quirks are only that the date and time are
displayed in Roman digits, and that additionally, the current date is
displayed in Latin.
The date ab urbe condita is available as a command-line switch.
Please download rpm, srpm or tar-ball here:
Courtesy of Ivan Juanes, we also have a Spanish translation of hodie
(that is translation of all program-user dialogue and of the man page)
These, and a Spanish debian-package may also be found here at:
(c) 2000 Mikael Johansson