This was discussed recently on the channel as well, Le vendredi 30 novembre 2007 à 11:56 +0000, Ross Burton a écrit : > On Fri, 2007-11-30 at 12:49 +0100, Artur Mücke wrote: > > > I presume its using Webdav to write to the calendar file. > > > > Yes, your presumption is right because it is using WebDAV but I > thought > > Evolution is doing the same, isnt it? > > No, Evolution uses plain HTTP.
> > > There are many problems with this approach including locking, > concurrent writes, > > > and notification of changes. However if you are the only person > using > > > the remote calendar, it would work. [snip] > Unless there are extensions I'm not aware of, that sounds like its > going > to break. If both User A and User B edit the calendar, they will race > to write the changes. The second person to write will replace the > first > person's changes. publish_calendar is the closest thing to be compared to "on the web" calendar write support. It uses plain gnome_vfs_write and (although I didn't read this part yet) I suspect gnome_vfs handles most of the tricks needed (locking, ...). If it doesn't, fixes are belong to gnome-vfs probably. -- Gilles Dartiguelongue <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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