I have overinstalled Caldavzap 0.13.1 (my files are dates sept 22 15:30)
on a (nice) no config davical/caldavzap installation.
And all seems to work except I still have the message inviting to
install "0.13.1 (you have0.12.1)".
I have restarted nginx, chash_update.sh....
What do I miss...?
I just set up DAViCal + infcloud and most things are working fine so
far. But I can't get infcloud to display more than the default address
book. The preview at https://www.inf-it.com/infcloud/ looked like
multiple address books and even groups are supported, but I can't get
none of them working. Is there anything I could be missing?
One of the properties of the standard iPad calendar tool that really annoys
me, is that it only shows 4 or 5 appointments in a day cell in month view.
When there are more appointments, there is no visual clue that there are,
and there seems to be no way to get a full list of appointments except for
switching to another view. As a reference, Business Calendar on Android
gives a full list of appointments when clicking the day cell.
Does anyone know better clients on iPad that cooperate with a DAViCal
Hi Jan & list!
I'm using CardDavMATE more than 2 years now (I love it!) and I recently
noticed that in my current release (0.13.1) an entry in the search field
seems not to search the categories field in the database. Can you
It used to work in previous versions, right? Since I'm using this
feature a lot, I am really missing it! Is it a bug or a feature?
I am trying to combine CalDavZAP with the Roundup Issue Tracker http://www.roundup-tracker.org/. Roundup is a highly customizable, open source issue tracking system that can be used, for example, to track software bug fixing processes, customer support tickets, sales opportunities, etc. It supports datetime stamps in its database, but it does not come with an own calendar client in its web interface. However, it is easily expandable by Python scripts, which should allow to set up some interaction between Roundup and CalDavZAP in both directions.
For example, I want to generate calendar events from within Roundup's web interface using a script that adds content to the .ics files. This should be no problem using the Python iCalendar package. In the other direction, from CalDavZAP to Roundup, I want Roundup to update its database if calendar events have been changed, added or removed. I think this can also easily be implemented by monitoring the directory where the .ics files live for changes using the PyWin32 package, and then parse the changed files for new content using iCalendar.