Birthday Scanner v1.3
(c) by Alex Agranov, 1998
Freeware (with sources)
Birthday Scanner v1.3 is a small utility that remembers birthdays of all your numerous friends and relatives and reminds you about them in advance. It doesn't waste your memory and resources - just starts during startup, displays upcoming anniversaries (if there are any) and completely leaves the scene. Useful Database Editor - for editing birthdays database stored in a plain ASCII file - is included.
Supported platforms: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Latest news December 2004 New version - 1.3 - is released.
Multilanguage support, date format and font settings.
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Birthday Scanner for Linux v0.2
(c) by Alex Agranov, 2000
A simple GTK based frontend for Birthday Scanner is now available for Linux. Version 0.2 works with database format of version 1.2 for Windows and inherits the principles of it's Windows counterpart - it starts up, displays upcoming events (if there are any) and completely leaves the scene. A built-in WIN-1251 -> KOI8-R recoder, that may be optionally turned on, provides ability to share birthdays database between Windows and Linux (a pretty usefull opportunity for "cyrillic" multiboot systems).
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