Re: Testing

On Wed, 08 Dec 1999 14:20:35 PST, brian moseley wrote:

>On Wed, 8 Dec 1999, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
>> I am sorry, I might be missing something here but what
>> is the relation of "value-key" with a folder/message
>both mime header data and icalendar data are essentially
>name-value based. each icalendar property could easily be
>accessed through the camel interface as a mime header.

If all you're worried about is having an icalendar parser, we already have one (or at least one which we're planning to use): libical.  It's already fairly well-advanced, and aims to be a complete implementation of the iCalendar standard and associated transport protocols, etc.

If my finals don't get in the way, we should have a libical-based gnomecal in the next few weeks.

So I'm with Miguel and Bertrand on this one: let Camel handle messaging, libversit and libical handle calendaring, and simply make sure that gnomecal contains the requisite interfaces to allow any calendar provider (such as the libical-based parser I'm writing or gnomecal's current libversit-based parser) to access gnomecal's central storage abstraction.


Russell Steinthal		Columbia Law School, Class of 2002
<>		Columbia College, Class of 1999
<>		UNIX System Administrator,

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