I was wondering what would be the best way to generate a HTML calendar display using Perl. I looked at some modules and came across HTML::Calender::Simple, which looks to be what I want but I'm not 100 sure. Does anyone have any suggestions to other modules or other ways to carry out this task?
My question may be to vague? Basically I want to generate a HTML code that comes out looking like a calendar, boxes for each day, and the basic "Su M T W Th F S" on top. I made a script that adds information for a certain day and would like to generate this calendar to display information. For example, info that is inputted for day 6/23/05, the Thursday box for 23 for June would be marked and a link to a popup displaying the info inputted.
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