phpicalendar

So, I installed phpiCalendar (here), but haven’t been able to successfully get it to read my .ics files. It seems that Sunbird puts something into the file that phpiCalendar can’t read.

I’ve googled and researched, but haven’t found an answer/solution yet. And to make things harder, the phpiCalendar website is down. 😦

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3 Responses to “phpicalendar”

  1. Brandon Says:

    I’m trying to find a solution to this same problem. Sunbird can subscribe to and edit the existing Home.ics and Work.ics files with no problem. If I try to create a new file with Sunbird, however, phpicalendar won’t read the calendar. I’m still looking, and I’ll let you know if I find something

  2. Mark Says:

    I noticed in Sunbird… If you go to Tools > Options > My Timezone, it says, “This doesn’t do anything yet.”

    It may be that the bug is in Sunbird and not phpicalendar. I’ve been checking for updates to Sunbird, but there haven’t been any in quite some time. But then I found “Calendar:Lightning” (http://wiki.mozilla.org/Calendar:Lightning). I think they’ve halted development on Sunbird to work on getting Lightning launched.

  3. Mike Says:

    Hi,
    Stumbled upon your blog post while looking for updates to phpicalendar.
    I use v2.0 sucessfully with Sunbird 0.2.
    The steps that I used:
    1) set up apache to have a WebDAV directory (which entailed cut and pasting a stanza into the config file for it)
    2) set up a WebDAV user
    3) pointed Sunbird at that folder and published some ics fiels there
    4) installed phpicalendar
    5) configured it by editing the config files to point to the same directory/file as the one I use for Sunbird

    I don’t think that phpical will automagically see new ics files in that directory. I believe you have to designate each ics file separately.

    Good luck

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