iCal start/due dates not including timestamp?

Is there a reason RT 3.8.0 uses RT::Date->iCalDate instead of
RT::Date->iCal to format the “Starts” and “Due” timestamps for an
iCalendar feed? (Changing this in share/html/NoAuth/iCal/dhandler seems
to have fixed my problem where all tickets were showing up at the
current date/time when imported into Apple iCal and/or Outlook…)

Mark Roedel
Senior Programmer / Analyst
LeTourneau University

My understanding is that this codepath has already been changed for
3.8.1.

-jOn Jul 31, 2008, at 12:18 PM, Roedel, Mark wrote:

Is there a reason RT 3.8.0 uses RT::Date->iCalDate instead of
RT::Date->iCal to format the “Starts” and “Due” timestamps for an
iCalendar feed? (Changing this in share/html/NoAuth/iCal/dhandler
seems
to have fixed my problem where all tickets were showing up at the
current date/time when imported into Apple iCal and/or Outlook…)


Mark Roedel
Senior Programmer / Analyst
LeTourneau University


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Nifty – thanks!

MarkRFrom: Jesse Vincent [mailto:jesse@bestpractical.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 11:30 AM
To: Roedel, Mark
Cc: rt-devel@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: Re: [Rt-devel] iCal start/due dates not including timestamp?

My understanding is that this codepath has already been changed for
3.8.1.

-j

Is there a reason RT 3.8.0 uses RT::Date->iCalDate instead of
RT::Date->iCal to format the “Starts” and “Due” timestamps for an
iCalendar feed? (Changing this in share/html/NoAuth/iCal/dhandler
seems to have fixed my problem where all tickets were showing up at
the
current date/time when imported into Apple iCal and/or Outlook…)