[CalendarServer-dev] Can calendarserver parse libc zoneinfo files?

Rahul Amaram amaramrahul at users.sourceforge.net
Tue Aug 14 21:50:47 PDT 2012

On Wednesday 15 August 2012 03:01 AM, Glyph wrote:
> Yes. Look at the TimezoneService plist entry (have a look at 
> stdconfig.py for the closest thing to documentation on that option 
> ;-). You need to set the server as a "secondary" rather than a 
> "primary" (the default), and set TimezoneService.SecondaryService.Host 
> / .URI to another timezone service that implements this draft 
> specification. We have done interop testing on other Calendar Server 
> instances, DAViCal <http://davical.org>, and Bedework 
> <http://www.jasig.org/bedework>. -glyph

I looked around for any public servers that provided the timezone 
service. I couldn't find any such service. Anyways, I think the former 
option of updating the calendarserver timezone database is the better 
way to handle this situation. Thanks for providing the instructions in 
the wiki page. I will look into it sometime soon.


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