adrien at adorsaz.ch
Wed Feb 20 02:39:26 CET 2013
Le lundi 11 février 2013 à 11:44 +0000, robin a écrit :
> Hi Adrien,
> thanks for this very handy tool. It works almost perfectly with my ics calender
> I export from orgmode. there is just one minor thing: it fails if I have a date
> on YYYY-07-31 which as far as I checked my calendar does actually exist:
> for the error I found the following bug  on the internet with the solution to
> set the database datestyle like:
> ALTER DATABASE bugzilla SET datestyle = 'iso, dmy';
> is this also possible with the qtopia database?
I don't know exactly what does "alter database" sql request and I'd
prefer to not touch this database because it contains other informations
(like call history).
> this is the output I get
> Prepare the appointment recid=248
> description=Bruno Brezinas %d. Geburtstag
> The 'day' parameter ("0") to DateTime::set did not pass the 'an integer which
> is a possible valid day of month' callback
> at /usr/lib/perl5/DateTime.pm line 1875
> DateTime::set(undef, 'day', 0) called at /usr/lib/perl5/DateTime.pm
> line 1886
> DateTime::set_day('DateTime=HASH(0x8f2618)', 0) called at
> ./ics2qtcal.pl line 107
> main::extractDateFromIcalLine('ARRAY(0xa00790)', 1) called at
> ./ics2qtcal.pl line 260
Ok, I've tried to work on extractDateFromIcalLine function to remove
some assumptions made by the original author.
I'm not a perl expert, as you can see in my commits (I've made a lot of
commits because I use git to transfer my modifications on my phone), but
it worked better with my calendars.
Can you download latest version and try again with this calendar ?
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