On Friday, March 25, 2016 1:26:20 AM CEST Ján Máté wrote:
On 24 Mar
2016, at 01:23, Jean-Philippe Garcia Ballester <jean-philippe(a)demo-tic.org> wrote:
I understand your point, but I think there are some useful usecases where FN is
different than N.
There is indeed no guarantee of "referential integrity" as you say, and that
is exactly the point of FN. I want to store that my contact name is John Doe, but I do
want it to display as “My very best friend” in my contact list.
I understand that you use vCard in "your way", but FN is definitely not a
"your description of a person". FN is supposed to be a formatted name from the N
attribute (formatted N = FN). E.g.:
I read the RFC and you are right on what FN is supposed to be. I fixed my addressbook.
I'm not using my patch anymore, but anyone interested can use it. No regret though,
it was fun hacking InfCloud ;)
Best regards, and thank you again for your time and detailed answers,
Jean-Philippe Garcia Ballester