Re: California empty

Running G_MESSAGES_DEBUG=all california

I get :

** (california:15305): DEBUG: backing-eds-calendar-source-subscription.vala:190: Unable to process added event: ICAL_DTSTAMP_PROPERTY not a DATE/DATE-TIME value: ICAL_TRIGGER_VALUE

a lot of times.

Le dim. 21 sept. 2014 à 22:07, Jean-Christophe <jc sid free fr> a écrit :
Hi Jim,

I have no output creating an event in California, but the event is synced with my google calendar.
But I get another output that could be related to my problem :

(california:9888): Gtk-WARNING **: /build/gtk+3.0-NbZCeQ/gtk+3.0-3.12.2/./gtk/gtkwidget.c:7986: widget not within a GtkWindow

This output repeated nine times.



Le ven. 19 sept. 2014 à 20:30, Jim Campbell <jcampbell gnome org> a écrit :
Hi Jean-Christophe,
On Mon, Sep 15, 2014, at 03:22 PM, Jean-Christophe wrote:
Hi everybody,
I'm using California0.1.4  from PPA in Debian Sid LXDE.
As it's been working very well, I have a problem now.
California seems to sync my accounts but nothing appears in the calendar.
It might be related to some extra dependencies from gnome?
Let me know if you want any information from my system.
california-list mailing list
I'm not entirely sure that I can help, but here are a few suggestions:
- Launch California from the command line, and then add an event to your calendar. Note any output from the command line after doing this (this is admittedly, a bit of a shot in the dark, but it might be something that will provide information to us).  When gedit fails, the developers will frequently ask the person to start gedit from the command line, noting any issues / errors.
- Make sure that the color you've selected for your calendar (which you can view on the calendar list) is a different color than the background color of the California calendar UI.  If your calendar and the background are set as the same color, the font color of your events will also the same color as the background, making any events invisible.
- Make sure that events appear on the calendar that you're trying to sync (i.e., do your have scheduled events listed on your CalDAV or Google Calendar)?  If there aren't events out there, there wouldn't be any events to sync back to California.  (This is not a likely issue, though).
I'm not sure how much I can help beyond this, but I thought I would offer up those suggestions.
As a side note, using an Ubuntu PPA on Debian Sid + LXDE isn't exactly a typically supported environment for this bit of software, but I hope my suggestions help.  If this all fails, California 0.2 will be out in the near future, so you may also try a later version.

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