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[mhc:02070] Re: iCalendar -> MHC?

At Tue, 22 Mar 2005 14:45:41 +0900,
Yoshinari Nomura wrote:
> I have something to reply you, 
> but, I'm curryenty on travel and far from my home base.

That's no problem - I'm not in a hurry.

> One short answer about alarm:
>   How about using gemcal?

I tried it, but it fails when I click on an appointment:

~> gemcal 
/usr/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/mhc-gtk.rb:44: warning: string =~ string will be obsolete; use explicit regexp
/usr/bin/gemcal:259:in `initialize': undefined method `signal_connect' for 3:Fixnum (NoMethodError)
        from /usr/bin/gemcal:496:in `new'
        from /usr/bin/gemcal:496:in `open_sch_edit'
        from /usr/bin/gemcal:472:in `initialize'
        from /usr/bin/gemcal:468:in `call'
        from /usr/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/mhc-gtk.rb:516:in `signal_connect'
        from /usr/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/mhc-gtk.rb:516:in `call'
        from /usr/bin/gemcal:689:in `main'
        from /usr/bin/gemcal:689

I'm using Ruby 1.8 with Ruby-GTK 0.34, and I do have MHC's ruby-ext

~> ls /usr/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/
i686-linux/  mhc-gtk.rb    mhc-palm.rb      mhc-signal.rb
mhc-date.rb  mhc-kconv.rb  mhc-schedule.rb

>   I also posted a simple alarm client written in Ruby.

You mean the program "today"?  It seems to work fine for showing events,
and one could parse its output via cron.  However, "today" doesn't
investigate the "X-SC-Alarm" header field.

Felix E. Klee