bobsneidar at iotecdigital.com
Thu Oct 1 19:11:20 EDT 2020
Thanks Alex. I already downloaded the git zip file. I’ll have a look.
> On Oct 1, 2020, at 3:33 PM, Alex Tweedly via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> I don't know of one - but the minimal version (i.e. all-day events only, no repeating events, no multiple timezones) should be really trivial. If no-one comes up with something in the next day or two I'll try it as my weekend project.
> Bob - if you want to interact with calendars, take a look at Bill Vlahos's library as Matthias pointed out. If you want to read (i.e. not write) ICS files I have a library for doing that - let me know and I'll check if it works with recent versions of LC and send it to you.
> And if you are even thinking of programming something with times/dates, see
> On 01/10/2020 18:08, Peter Reid via use-livecode wrote:
>> Has anyone got a calendar library for LiveCode? I'm developing an app, part of which exports a handful of events to do with ordering regular medication. I'd like to export an ICS format file containing 3 all-day events titled something like the following:
>> 1. MEDS RUN-OUT TODAY
>> 2. COLLECT MEDS
>> 3. ORDER NEXT MEDS
>> What I'm looking for is either a full calendar library that I can use to generate such a ICS file, or the minimalist version, ie just enough calendar support to generate this minimal ICS file - nothing more complex.
>> Anyone know of anything suitable?
>> Peter Reid
>> Loughborough, UK
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