Am Sa, den 29.05.2004 schrieb Paul Scott um 9:39: > Joerg Johannes wrote: > > >Hi everybody > > > >Does anybody use the calendar function of evolution? I do, and I like > >it, but I'm missing one feature. I'd like to let the program make a list > >of dates such as: > > > >2004/06/05 10:30 Choir rehearsal in Neustadt > >2004/07/02 20:00 Heather Nova Concert in Freiburg > >2004/07/08 19:00 Jan Garbarek Concert in Freiburg > >... > > > >I poked around in the menus, but did not find such a list-making > >function. Maybe I can somehow grep dates out and sort/format them with > >some perl hack... I'm just not skilled enough to get that done by myself > >:(. Any ideas or pointers would be great. > > > > > I use Korganizer which stores in .ics files. I wrote this Perl script > to do exactly that for .ics files. Since ics files are not in date > order it sorts the data into date order. Maybe it will help. > > usage: portcal.pl <file.ics> > > Paul Scott <snipped script> Thanks Paul, this script is exactly what I wanted. Only one problem: It freezes on dates containing non-ASCII characters, especially "ß". Any idea how I could solve this? Furthermore, .ics from evolution is not equal to .ics from korganizer. If I use the evolution Calendar.ics file, all dates are timed 5 pm - 5 pm, while after importing them to korganizer/export them as .ics again, it works (apart from the "ß" problem). Strange. However, on the Evolution mailing list I was told that this feature is planned for Evolution 2.0, so let's hope this will be finished soon. Thanks again, joerg -- Gib GATES keine Chance!
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