[EventCalendar] bigcalendar in 3.2dev
rboatright at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 22:20:00 UTC 2008
Never-the-less, given that sort of xml, it certainly ought to be able to
trigger big or small calendars from the same xml feed, and just
differentiate in the JS with FAR fewer changes in the code.
(Lots and lots and lots of class div's tho for css purposes....)
I'll checkout a clean download of the 3.2dev tonight and try again.
On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 4:45 PM, Alex Tingle <alex at firetree.net> wrote:
> Rick Boatright wrote:
> > Ahhh, that would be "no" -- or if you did, I didn't see it.
> > But the idea of GENERIC xml is a good one.
> Drat I meant to, sorry.
> OK, here goes. Currently the sidebar calendar's XML looks like this...
> <day id='DAY_ID' is_event='1' titles='TITLE 1, TITLE 2...'
> The big cal patch just changes some of the attributes. In particular, it
> a new attribute that just contains a blob of server-generated HTML. That's
> very extensible. Here's what I'm thinking...
> <day id='DAY_ID' is_event='1' titles='TITLES...' link='http://my.date.link
> <post post_id='PID' title='TITLE' link='http://my.permalink'>
> <event post_id='PID' sched_id='SID' link='http://my.permalink'
> <start>START TIME</start>
> <end>END TIME</end>
> ...more posts and events
> That's much more flexible, AND the old little cal code can still parse it
> It would be great if ec3.js could have a pluggable update_day() function.
> way the big cal code could just hook into it.
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