calendar directive is supplied by the [[!iki plugins/calendar
This directive displays a calendar, similar to the typical calendars shown
on some blogs.
\[[!calendar type="month" pages="blog/* and !*/Discussion"]]
\[[!calendar type="year" year="2005" pages="blog/* and !*/Discussion"]]
The calendar is essentially a fancy front end to archives of previous pages,
usually used for blogs. It can produce a calendar for a given month, or a
list of months for a given year. The month format calendar simply links to
any page posted on each day of the month. The year format calendar links to
archive pages, with names like
archives/2007 (for all of 2007) and
archives/2007/01 (for January, 2007).
While you can insert calendar directives anywhere on your wiki, including in
the sidebar, you'll also need to create these archive pages. They typically
use this directive to display a calendar, and also use [[inline]] to display
or list pages created in the given time frame.
ikiwiki-calendar command can be used to automatically generate the
archive pages. It also refreshes the wiki, updating the calendars to
highlight the current day. This command is typically run at midnight from
An example crontab:
0 0 * * * ikiwiki-calendar ~/ikiwiki.setup "posts/* and !*/Discussion"
type - Used to specify the type of calendar wanted. Can be one of
"month" or "year". The default is a month view calendar.
pages - Specifies the [[ikiwiki/PageSpec]] of pages to link to from the
month calendar. Defaults to "*".
archivebase - Configures the base of the archives hierarchy. The
default is "archives". Note that this default can also be overridden for
the whole wiki by setting
archivebase in ikiwiki's setup file.
Calendars link to pages under here, with names like "2010/04" and
"2010". These pages can be automatically created using the
year - The year for which the calendar is requested. Defaults to the
current year. Can also use -1 to refer to last year, and so on.
month - The numeric month for which the calendar is requested, in the
range 1..12. Used only for the month view calendar, and defaults to the
current month. Can also use -1 to refer to last month, and so on.
week_start_day - A number, in the range 0..6, which represents the day
of the week that the month calendar starts with. 0 is Sunday, 1 is Monday,
and so on. Defaults to 0, which is Sunday.
months_per_row - In the year calendar, number of months to place in each
row. Defaults to 3.
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