[ANN] ri_cal 0.8.6 has been released


Rick DeNatale

ri_cal version 0.8.6 has been released!

A new Ruby implementation of RFC2445 iCalendar.

The existing Ruby iCalendar libraries (e.g. icalendar, vpim) provide
for parsing and generating icalendar files,
but do not support important things like enumerating occurrences of
repeating events.

This is a clean-slate implementation of RFC2445.

A Google group for discussion of this library has been set up


=== 0.8.6
Fixes an issue of RFC 2445 non-conformance - change management time
attributes (dtstamp, last_modified, and created) MUST be zulu time
Changed VTIMEZONE export from tz_info
Discovered that RFC 2445 expects a timezone period onset to be
local time before the change, while TZInfo gives it after the change
Thanks to both Michael Hale and H. Wade Minter for reporting this.
Changed from generating a single RDATE line for a timezone period
with multiple values to multiple RDATE lines
to fix a problem reported by Michael Hale.
=== 0.8.5
Fixes http://rick_denatale.lighthouseapp.com/projects/30941/tickets/26
events with date parameters failing
=== 0.8.4 - 18 September 2009
Refactored load structure, should now be conforming to
I did finesse the load path issue a bit as a workaround to RSpec
not putting lib on $LOADPATH
the lib directory will get added to load path IF IT ISN"T ALREADY THERE

Fixes http://rick_denatale.lighthouseapp.com/projects/30941/tickets/25
please clean your code up to be quiet

Thanks to Ryan for such a courteous problem report.
=== 0.8.3 - 18 September 2009
Released with bad gemspec
=== 0.8.2 - 4 September 2009
Fixes http://rick_denatale.lighthouseapp.com/projects/30941/tickets/23
Fixes http://rick_denatale.lighthouseapp.com/projects/30941/tickets/24
=== 0.8.1 - 18 August 2009
Fixes http://rick_denatale.lighthouseapp.com/projects/30941/tickets/21

Rick DeNatale

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