- SEE ALSO
OurCal - a simple yet featureful personal calendaring system
This is a example index.cgi
my $config = OurCal::Config->new( file => 'ourcal.conf' ); my $handler = OurCal::Handler->new( config => $config); my $cal = OurCal->new( date => $handler->date, user => $handler->user, config => $config ); my $view = OurCal::View->load_view($handler->view, config => $config->config, calendar => $cal); print $handler->header($view->mime_type); print $view->handle($handler->mode);
OurCal was written one hungover Sunday afternoon 5 years ago and hasn't changed that much since. It's not a complicated calendaring system, I've got other code to do that, but it's simple and extendable and it works.
- simple events
OurCal has no concept of start or end times - an event is on a day or it isn't. Surprisingly this suffices 99% of my time and makes things much quicker and easier internally.
Events can be marked up using the Chump syntax which is kind of like Markdown but had the virtue of existing at the time. There's no real reason why Chump couldn't be ripped out and replaced with Markdown.
Events have a date and a description and that's pretty much it. If you want more feed me beer and choclate covered coffee beans until I get round to finishing EventQueue.
OurCal has simple TODO items as well - these are also marked up in Chump.
OurCal can import iCalendar feeds from both local and remote sources and can also export an ICS feed. Since it's all done with plugins (I loves me my plugins) you could write plugins to import and export whatever you want.
- multi user
Nominally OurCal is multi user but there's no user management to speak of and I only ever use it for one person so I wouldn't know.
All events use hCalendar semantic markup because I'm nothing if not Buzzword Compatible.
There's no mod_perl or mod_perl handler at the moment but it'd be but a moments work to do.
config param of type
OurCal::Config and a
date param in the form
yyyy-mm-dd. Can optionally take a user param. No user validation is done.
Return the current date
Return the current user
Return the current date as a span name (month or day)
Return the current date as an object - either an
OurCal::Month or an
Return the events for a current span as
Return whether the current span has events
Return all the current todos as
Returns the names of all the current users
Save a TODO item
Delete a TODO item
Save an Event
Delete an event
Simon Wistow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright, 2007 - Simon Wistow
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