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    • Robert Rollins's avatar
      Issue #2625002: Fixed warnings thrown during RRULE parsing under some setups. · 579a1b3d
      Robert Rollins authored
      When I wrote up a fix for one of the changes made in the newest version of Feeds,
      I put the fix a few lines after it should have gone. This resulted in blank
      RRULEs going undetected when those versions of Feeds are installed, making the
      parsing code attempt to parse a blank string, which threw warnings and notices.
      579a1b3d
    • Robert Rollins's avatar
      Bumped version to 7.x-3.8 · 534582fc
      Robert Rollins authored
      534582fc
    • Robert Rollins's avatar
      Reverted Date iCal back to support for only iCalcreator v2.20.2. · 24b04f57
      Robert Rollins authored
      I'm a complete idiot, and totally failed to test the iCal import functionality
      with iCalcreator v2.22. Turns out, the author made much more significant changes
      to the library than I'd thought, and those changes completely broke the import
      process. With several hours of work, I could probably re-write Date iCal to
      support these changes, but those re-writes would necessarily make Date iCal
      incompatible with v2.20.2 of the library, which would break every existing Date
      iCal install the next time they update, unless they also update iCalcreator.
      
      Thus, due to my lack of available time, and the update incompatibility problem,
      I'm just declaring that Date iCal 7.x will not support iCalcreator v2.22, ever.
      If someone comes along to make a Drupal 8 version, they could choose to put in
      the time to re-write the guts of the import code to make it v2.22-compatible.
      24b04f57
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