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The iCalendar parser can load at least one trivial test file. It still doesn't handle recurrences or alarms, though, and gnomecal crashes on exit (since it can't save the file, I think).

More work for tomorrow...

The iCalendar parser for gnomecal finally compiles, although I haven't yet written enough testing code to see if it actually does anything useful. We're going to need to rewrite a large part of the recurrence engine to get this to work, so it's not going to work in the larger sense of having a functional calendar for a while. (Unless HelixCode decides to throw its weight at the rewrite, I guess.)

I also cleaned up the first patch for extending gnomecal's internal structures for iCalendar and sent it to calendar-list for review.

And since tomorrow's a University Holiday here, maybe I'll get some more hacking done. Although I do need to send out resumes and get stuff together for my girlfriend's birthday...

I did some more work on the libical parser for gnomecal, but exams this week are a higher priority, so I don't expect to get much more hacking done for a few days...

I found the wmSun WindowMaker dock applet today, which has GPL'ed code for sunrise/sunset calculations. It will take some modifications, but it should give a boost to luach (my Hebrew calendar program), so that I might actually get it finished this century. Oops- not much time left. :)

We're still in a holding pattern for a coordinated gnome-pim 1.1.0/gnome-pilot ? release of the CVS HEAD branch. Eskil is hoping to have gnome-pilot ready to go by the end of the week, so expect a release around then.

I started sketching out the design for integrating iCalendar support into gnomecal, but will probably hold off on starting coding until we release HEAD. Release, *then* introduce breakage. :)

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