A clock app debut in the upcoming Gnome 3.6 Release. The development is going on. It is far away from the complete application. This Gnome clock app is a very nice one with world clock, which is present in gnome 2 dropped from gnome 3, timer, alarm, stopwatch etc.. The application name is clocks. It is written in Python so you can try without compiling or doing complex build.
Just grab it and try.
Gnome Clock try it
You need git to clone the repository and the pytz package:
sudo apt-get install git pytz
su -c 'yum install git pytz'
and then just clone the git repo from gnome
git clone git://git.gnome.org/clocks
cd clocks – if your terminal in not in the clocks directory
and then just run. Note: assumed that python is pre installed in your system.
You can visit the Clock Design page for more information about the project!
As you can see Clock is quite empty at the moment, but you can still can have worldwide clocks, stop watch and timer. Alarms aren’t working yet.
The clock app is wrtten in python ustin the the pytz (a Python framework for world time definitions) framework.
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