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# HelpOnMacros/MonthCalendar

## 1. MonthCalendar

This macro is for those who want to use MoinMoin as a Personal Information Manager and need a calendar wiki integration.

### 1.1. Example

Usage:
[[MonthCalendar(BasePage,year,month,monthoffset,monthoffset2,height6)]]

each parameter can be empty and then defaults to currentpage or currentdate or monthoffset=0

Samples:

Calendar of Page SampleUser, this year's december:
[[MonthCalendar(SampleUser,,12)]]

Calendar of current Page, this year's december:
[[MonthCalendar(,,12)]]

Calendar of December, 2001:
[[MonthCalendar(,2001,12)]]

Calendar of the month two months after December, 2001
(maybe doesn't make much sense, but is possible)
[[MonthCalendar(,2001,12,+2)]]

Calendar of year 2002 (every month padded to height of 6):
||||||Year 2002||
||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,1,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,2,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,3,,,1)]]||
||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,4,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,5,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,6,,,1)]]||
||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,7,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,8,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,9,,,1)]]||
||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,10,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,11,,,1)]]||[[MonthCalendar(,2002,12,,,1)]]||

Current calendar of me, also showing entries of A and B:
[[MonthCalendar(MyPage*TestUserA*TestUserB)]]

SubPage calendars:
[[MonthCalendar(MyName/CalPrivate)]]

Anniversary Calendars: (no year data)
[[MonthCalendar(Yearly,,,+1,,6,1)]]

This creates calendars of the format Yearly/MM-DD
By leaving out the year, you can set birthdays, and anniversaries in this
calendar and not have to re-enter each year.


### 1.2. Display

The simplest version looks like this:

<< <  2013 / 5 >  >>
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31

The previous month's calendar for page "OtherUser" looks like that:

OtherUser
<< <  2013 / 4 >  >>
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30