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Mamba
extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions
  • 2020/6/3 8:11

  • Mamba

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extCal 2.40 RC-1 is released for Testing and Contributions

eXtCal is an event/calendar module developed exclusively for XOOPS, it uses XOOPS permission and group management, thus allowing a great flexibility in use.

TUTORIAL: https://xoops.gitbook.io/extcal-tutorial/

DOWNLOAD: https://github.com/XoopsModules25x/extcal/releases

FORK: https://github.com/XoopsModules25x/extcal/


REQUIREMENTS:
- XOOPS 2.5.10
- PHP 7+
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alain01
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions
  • 2020/6/3 9:08

  • alain01

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Thank you for your update !

XOOPS needed a nice operational agenda module.
We are very close to getting it.

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edipinho
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions
  • 2/24 15:31

  • edipinho

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I installed Extcal version 2.40 RC3 and it has an error in the dates, both in the new registration and in the editions, says it is for xoops2.5.11 and I am using xoops2.5.10, the dates return to 01/01/1970 and the times are decreased 3 hours every time I make changes, please accept any help, thanks.

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edipinho
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions
  • 2/25 1:38

  • edipinho

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Continuing with the start and end date error.

I verified that in the database of the table "x9cb_extcal_event" the fields "event_start" and "event_end" have the wrong date, in one record they have data 32400 and 32400, in another record 21600 and 61200 and in another record 21600 and 72000

In the first record field "event_submitdade" seems to be correct but different 2147483647, and the others, 1613888269, 1614178994 was the date that the record was made.

I'm installing on the HostGator server and this was the first module - "Extcal2.40 RC 3 [2020-07-09] Dev: Xoops 2.5.11, PHP 7.4.7" - that I installed on the version of Xoops2.5.10, PHP 7.0

I think there is something wrong with recording the fields in the database.

Any help is welcome, thanks.

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Mamba
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions

Can you tell me what dates are you trying to use, and what do you have for them in the database, so I can try to reproduce it here?

For example:
start date: Jan. 1, 2021, and the value in the DB is: 324000
end date:

Thanks!

Also, could you install as test the XOOPS 2.5.11, and test extCal on it to see if the same errors are happen there too? I am trying to make the modules compatible with XOOPS 2.5.11 and PHP8, i.e. they might not work with previous versions of XOOPS.
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edipinho
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions
  • 2/25 16:03

  • edipinho

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Test on Xoops2.5.10

I registered a new event
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The result of the new event
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The edition of the new event
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(Without changes.)

And every time I edit the result it changes, without making a change.


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Making an edit

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The change date is 3 hours less

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Mamba
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions

Thank you for posting the pictures, this is very helpful.

Was this a new installation, or an update of existing one?

Can you also tell me what is the value of these two fields in the database for this event? Is it int(11) ?

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edipinho
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions
  • 2/26 6:28

  • edipinho

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Quote:
Was this a new installation, or an update of existing one?

Yes, I am doing a new installation.

Quote:
Can you also tell me what is the value of these two fields in the database for this event? Is it int(11) ?

event_start = 28800
event_end = 72000
Yes, it is int (11) in all two fields

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goffy
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions
  • 2/26 8:01

  • goffy

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hi

maybe there is a problem with date format definition.
do you have the same results if you are switching your XOOPS to english?

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Mamba
Re: extCal 2.40 RC-1 Released for Testing and Contributions

maybe there is a problem with date format definition.

I think so too!

edipinho, do you have the same file as here for your Spanish language?

https://github.com/XoopsLanguages/span ... nguage/spanish/global.php

What date format settings do you have in your extCal preferences?
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