1. 10 Sep, 2015 1 commit
  2. 08 May, 2014 1 commit
    • Robert Rollins's avatar
      BUGFIX: UNTIL values on RRULES should finally be getting parsed properly. · ed5ef9cf
      Robert Rollins authored
      User RedEight pointed out that I messed up the parse regex for UNTIL values
      when I made the recent change regarding DATE-type UNTILs. That's fixed, now.
      In addition, I tweaked the iCalcreator version detection regex to be a bit
      more forgiving of any possible changes the author makes in his version
      definition code.
  3. 23 Apr, 2014 1 commit
  4. 18 Apr, 2014 1 commit
  5. 16 Apr, 2014 1 commit
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      Issue #2207173: RRULEs with non-UTC UNTIL values are now supported. · 428cfc85
      Robert Rollins authored
      According to the iCal spec, the UNTIL value of an RRULE must be specified in
      UTC. But certain iCal feed creation tools don't respect this rule, and
      instead specify the UNTIL value in local time. Since all the other code that
      Date iCal utilizes to parse RRULEs expects the UNTIL value to be in UTC,
      this go badly when it's not.
      In order to get around this issue, I've added an option to the iCal Parser
      settings, which allows users to tell Date iCal that they expect the UNTIL
      values in their feeds' RRULEs to not be in UTC. With that option enabled,
      Date iCal will treat the UNTIL date as being in the same timezone as the
      event's DTSTART.
  6. 26 Nov, 2013 1 commit
    • Robert Rollins's avatar
      Initial Date iCal 3.1-dev commit. Fixed multi-property RDATEs and EXDATEs. · 009ebcfe
      Robert Rollins authored
      The Date Repeat module’s date_repeat_build_dates() function does not support
      RDATEs and EXDATEs defined as separate properties, as well as being a bit
      buggy in other ways. So I copy-pasta’d it and made the necessary fixes.
      I wanted to add support for EXRULEs, but it’s more complicated than I
      expected. So since no one has actually asked for it, I left it as a TODO.