[CalendarServer-users] how to update ?

Mark Cockfield mark.cockfield at gmail.com
Mon Nov 10 13:05:54 PST 2008


Diff is just comparing two files to identify the differences between them.
Depending on your platform there are a number of tools that are very
helpful. I use a Mac and have used "zsCompare" and now use the SVN tools
within Eclipse. Eclipse is an IDE or Integrated Development Environment. If
you are not going to be doing any development, it probably would be
overkill. As far as the GUID errors, I believe you will see those when a
calendar does not exist for an account; and, if I'm not mistaken the message
also indicates the the server will be provisioning the calendar collection.


On 11/10/08 3:46 PM, "jean" <jduffas1 at free.fr> wrote:

> hello,
> I have also created my own config files (caldav.plist and
> accounts.xml) and have moved my calendars out of the default location .
> I have also after upgrade, put back conf files.
> but I didn' t do any "diff"
> how do you do that ?
> and what is Eclipse project ?
> when upgrading, I got a GUID error...
> jean
> Le 10 nov. 08 à 21:30, Mark Cockfield a écrit :
>> Hi Jean,
>> I have also learned to avoid overwriting the "conf" directory as well.
>> Before I setup the CalendarServer as an Eclipse project I would save
>> a copy
>> of the calendar and config directories. Then after upgrading I would
>> copy
>> the calendar directory back and do a diff on my config file and the
>> new
>> default config file as new attributes are often added.
>> Now that I am in Eclipse with the SVN feature installed I can just
>> do an SVN
>> "update" to merge in the latest changes from the development
>> repository.
>> Then the next time I execute the "run" script it makes sure all other
>> dependencies are up-to-date. I should also mention that I have
>> created my
>> own config files (caldav.plist and accounts.xml) and have moved my
>> calendars
>> out of the default location so they do not get touched by the update.
>> Although moving the calendar directory wouldn't be necessary as long
>> as you
>> are not using the default accounts.
>> Hope this helps.
>> Regards,
>> Mark
>> On 11/10/08 4:29 AM, "jean" <jduffas1 at free.fr> wrote:
>>> how tp update Darwin CalendarServer without deleting all calendars ?
>>> jean
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