Chapter 3. Command Line Arguments

KonsoleKalendar supports the following options:

OptionDescription
--help, --help-allShows help about the program options.
--authorShows the program author information.
-v, --versionShows the program version information.
--licenseShows the program license information.
--verbosePrint helpful runtime messages.
--dry-runPrint what would have been done, but do not execute. Do not change any files; do not insert, remove, modify any existing files, nor create any new files.
--allow-guiPermit resources which might need an interactive user interface. In normal operation, only resources which never will require a user interface are used (like file-based calendars).
--file  calendar-fileSpecify a calendar file to use.

If not specified then your default KOrganizer resource is used.

Major Operation Modes: 
--viewPrint calendar events in specified export format.
--addInsert an event into the calendar.
--changeModify an existing calendar event.
--deleteRemove an existing calendar event.
--createCreate a new calendar file if one does not exist.
--import  import-fileImport this calendar to the main calendar.
Operation modifiers: 
--allView all calendar entries.
--nextView next activity in calendar.
--show-next  daysStarting at specified date show next # days' activities.
--uid  UIDView, delete, or change the event with this Unique-string IDentifier.
--date  dateStart at this day [YYYY-MM-DD]. Default date is Today
--time  timeStart at this time [HH:MM]. Default time for viewing is 07:00.

To add or change a floating event, use the --time float or the --end-time float options.

--end-date  end-dateEnd at this day [YYYY-MM-DD]. Default is set by --date.
--end-time  end-timeEnd at this time [HH:MM]. Default end-time for viewing is 17:00.

To add or change a floating event, use the --time float or the --end-time float options.

--epoch-start  epoch-timeStart at this time [seconds since epoch].
--epoch-end  epoch-timeEnd at this time [seconds since epoch].
--summary  summaryAdd summary to event (works with add and change).
--description  descriptionAdd description to event (works with add and change).
--location  locationAdd location to event (works with add and change).
Export options: 
--export-type  export-typeExport file type. Default export file type is Text
--export-file  export-fileExport to file. By default, output is written to standard output.
--export-listPrint list of export types supported and exit.