This example displays the current date.
compile: gcc -lm -lhdate -o hdate_c hdate_c.c

#include < stdio.h> /* for printf */
#include < hdate.h> /* for hebrew date */

  /* date will be stored in h */
  hdate_struct h; 
  /* copy the hebrew date struct of today 
  <day=0, month=0, year=0 > */
  hdate_set_gdate(&h, 0, 0, 0); 
  /* print gregorian date */
  printf ("Today is :\n");
  printf ("%d,%d,%d\n", hdate_get_gday (h), 
    hdate_get_gmonth (h), 
    hdate_get_gyear (h));
  /* print hebrew date: 0 - israely holidays, 
  0 - long format */
  printf ("%s\n", hdate_get_format_date (h, 0, 0));
  printf ("\n");
  /* unref the used memory */
  delete_hdate (h);
  return 0;
This line compiles the C example:
gcc -lm -lhdate hdate_c.c -o hdate_c
This line compiles the C++ example, using pkg-config (works with C too):
g++ `pkg-config --libs --cflags libhdate` hdate_cpp.cpp -o hdate_cpp
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To run this system tray use python (e.g. python hdate_systray.py from the command line).
The code is here:.

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