> From: Adam Tauno Williams <awill...@opengroupware.us> > To: email@example.com > Subject: Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evolution calendar backend > Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2011 14:59:31 -0500 (01/22/2011 01:59:31 PM) > > RFC4891
> 4.1. Calendar Object Resources > ... > The UID property value of the calendar components contained in a > calendar object resource MUST be unique in the scope of the calendar > collection in which they are stored. > > Calendar components in a calendar collection that have different UID > property values MUST be stored in separate calendar object resources. > > Calendar components with the same UID property value, in a given > calendar collection, MUST be contained in the same calendar object > resource. .... > > The VEVENT component with the UID value "1...@example.com" would be > stored in its own calendar object resource. The two VEVENT > components with the UID value "2...@example.com", which represent a > recurring event where one recurrence instance has been overridden, > would be stored in the same calendar object resource. I take it from the above reply that the code handling items with the same UID are for handling recurrences. I'll look closer at the caldav spec and see if the sync code makes more sense.
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