With the standard terminal when I type
I get a usage description indicating that 'cal' did not recognize the '-w' but the '-w' is described in 'info cal' documentation. Is there a setting that enables this?
cal -w in the terminal shows extra arguments supported by
cal and even more extra arguments supported by
$ cal -w Usage: cal [general options] [-hjy] [[month] year] cal [general options] [-hj] [-m month] [year] ncal [general options] [-bhJjpwySM] [-s country_code] [[month] year] ncal [general options] [-bhJeoSM] [year] General options: [-NC31] [-A months] [-B months] For debug the highlighting: [-H yyyy-mm-dd] [-d yyyy-mm]
ncalsupports same arguments plus
woption you seek and many more
There is no setting to change.
ncal share documentation. The -w option is available only for
This is explained in the 'usage' error you receive when you try to use -w with
If you wish, feel free to file a bug report against the 'bsdmainutils' package with recommended clarification to the documentation.