I'll wager a guess. If you allow UTC EXDATEs, then when the user
changes their timezone it's a pain to convert the EXDATE into the new
timezone due to DST. So in order to sidestep this headache, it's
simply unsupported. I have no idea whether this guess is correct or
Suppose I am writing a new calendar backend. Which of these two
interfaces is preferred? If I implement ECalBackendSync, will
operations on the calendar cause the UI to block?
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On 7/31/06, chenthill [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
You would need to implement both. The ECalBackendSync class has a
sync lock, which is used if the backend can handle only one operation at
a time. It provides the results immediately to the caller.
ECalBackend class provides
Does your implementation of get_static_capabilities say that your
calendar backend supports recurrences?
On 7/30/06, Scott Herscher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hey all. I'm trying to get recurrent events working, and while my recurrence
rule looks fine, Evolution is only
Cool, thanks for the clarification. gtk_init() is definitely simpler!
On 7/26/06, Ross Burton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On Tue, 2006-07-25 at 19:19 -0400, Peter Colijn wrote:
I think the issue here is that g_type_init() is not being called.
Generally for gnome programs
On 7/27/06, Teresa Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
prints a 1.
SUMMARY:Claudia is in sensitivity awareness class.
On 7/25/06, Teresa Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
(process:4289): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: gtype.c:2215: initialization
assertion failed, use IA__g_type_init() prior to this function
(process:4289): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: g_object_new: assertion
Sorry to be a bit slow responding. I am finishing up my degree and
moving over the next few days.. :)
On 4/22/06, Harish Krishnaswamy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
* Let everybody know you are working on it and pen your thoughts
on go-evolution.org. You might attract a
On 4/22/06, Armin Bauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
we had similar ideas about the google calendar. I am workin on the
opensync synchronisation framework. The framework already supports a lot
of devices and protocols like Evo2, KDE, Palms, IRMC, SyncML and more. So
i we would have a google
Is anyone working on a way to do 2-way sync with Google Calendar
(using the XML-based API)? If not, I'd be interested in doing this. I
worked on the Google Calendar team and am quite familiar with the
product. I've also done some Evolution work in the past, but it was
the 1.4.x days so I
On 3/6/06, Mikhail Zabaluev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I used to compile e-d-s 1.4 along an external db4.3, by applying a
simple patch. It didn't seem to cause any problems.
You are of course free to apply your own patches; however, in the long
term, using a distribution's version of bdb will
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