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PHP iCalendar

PHP iCalendar is a PHP-based iCal file parser. It is based on v2.0 of the IETF spec. It displays iCal files in a nice logical, clean manner with day, week, month, and year navigation. It supports 13 languages, provides RSS news feeds, and is fully searchable and themable.

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  •  02 Dec 2003 22:22

    Release Notes: This version adds support for URLs, and popups longer than 1024 characters. Subscribe and download links for calendars auto-detect now. Event and todo popups display calendar names when viewing all calendars. All reported bugs have been fixed.

    •  26 Feb 2003 02:10

      Release Notes: Updates and fixes for many preference bugs regarding cookies, fixes for a few issues with Ximian calendar support, and addition of Catalan and Traditional Chinese languages.

      •  06 Dec 2002 08:09

        Release Notes: This release includes complete VTODO and STATUS support, auto-detection of RSS feeds, 2 new translations, a cookie setting preferences page, updated styles, easier installation, minor interface enhancements, and numerous bugfixes.

        •  28 Oct 2002 17:59

          Release Notes: Some changes include the ability to search, a printer friendly view, RSS feeds, and many bug changes. So many bug changes, in fact, that there aren't any open on the Bug Tracker as of this writing.

          •  21 Oct 2002 15:18

            Release Notes: New features include a new year view for your calendars, four new base themes, a new Web site, and many bugfixes.

            Recent comments

            15 Jun 2003 00:56 raboof

            related project
            phpeventcalendar (http://freshmeat.net/projects/phpeventcalendar/?topic_id=90). A more simplistic approach.

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