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Re: Open source projects on vcalendar; vcalendar products?
Check out this link to CPAN. I haven't tried any of it, but it certainly
sounds like what you are looking for.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gavin Johnson" <gavinj@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "Sebastian Rittau" <srittau@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "Rolf E. Sonneveld" <r.e.sonneveld@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>;
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 6:20 PM
Subject: Re: Open source projects on vcalendar; vcalendar products?
> On Tue, 21 Jan 2003, Sebastian Rittau wrote:
> > On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 11:43:43AM +0100, Rolf E. Sonneveld wrote:
> > > Excuse me if this has been discussed recently. I have two questions on
> > > vcalendaring:
> > >
> > > 1. does anyone know about open source projects which concentrate on
> > > vcalendar?
> > There are various Open Source projects that use vCalendar as data
> > exchange format. KDE includes the KDE-PIM package, which AFAIK can
> > export iCalendar files. GNOME includes GNOME-PIM as well as Evolution,
> > which both make use of libversit by Apple, AT&T, IBM, and Siemens. I'm
> > currently implementing a new library with vCard and iCalendar support
> > will get used by GNOME-PIM and possibly by Evolution. There's also a
> > library called libical, which is another Open Source iCalendar
> > implementation.
> Had a look at libical as was looking for something simple and quick,
> ideally perl-based, to help me deal with a flurry of .ics files that have
> bounced into my Inbox since an Exchange upgrade at my workplace. While
> libical appears to be flourishing, the development of the Perl interface
> at reefknot appears to have dried up.
> Anyone know different?