Hi again > >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? > > Apparently this is not a problem with the script, but with the file encoding. The console freezes on this character even when I just do a "cat calendar.ics". > This was a quick solution to a problem. These lines would have to be > smarter: > my $day = substr( $xx, 6, 2 ); > my $hour = substr( $xx, 9, 2 ); > > If I knew exactly where the "g"s were happening I could fix it. It also > might a good exersize for you. :) What "g"s? > >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. > > > > > I'm 7 hours away from you and I wanted local time. Change the following > line: > > my $zone = 7; > > to reflect your time zone and you will have local time also. This is not even necessary, as the time is stored in local time from evolution. The problem is: the DTSTART and DTEND lines contain information about the timezone in the evolution, but not in the korganizer file version: Evolution: DTSTART;TZID=/softwarestudio.org/Olson_20011030_5/Europe/Berlin: 20040516T143000 korganizer: DTSTART:20040516T143000Z Therefore the pattern matching in your script does not work on the evolution file: It must not match the string after "DTSTART", but the string on the line after the line beginning with "DTSTART" (and now tell me how to express that in perl... ;) ). joerg -- Gib GATES keine Chance!
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