About the Calendar Extension...
Matthew K Poer
matthewpoer at gmail.com
Sat Apr 7 15:29:43 UTC 2007
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Mike Hommey wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 06, 2007 at 08:30:04PM -0400, Matthew K Poer <matthewpoer at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> Mike Hommey wrote:
>>> On Wed, Apr 04, 2007 at 07:09:09PM -0400, Matthew K Poer <matthewpoer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Where does the iceape-calendar come from? I know that Howard Chu is
>>>> sort-of maintaining the old CalExt for Mozilla with Sunbird/Lightning
>>>> patches. Is this the source? Or is it from the original CalExt? Or is it
>>>> derived from Lightning?
>>> It is the calendar extension that is in the seamonkey 1.0.x tarballs,
>>> whatever it is.
>> There is not calendar extension in any of the mozilla.org seamonkey
>> tarballs . There is a calendar extension (CalExt) that Mozilla was
>> offering, but no longer supports or recommends. It is still around .
> You should download seamonkey 1.0.8 tarball and see by yourself that
> there is a calendar directory in it.
> So, again, it is the calendar extension that is in the seamonkey 1.0.x
> tarballs, whatever it is.
Alright, I just found it, but it only in the source packages. I was
checking the tarballs with the compiled application in it.
I apologize for my quickness to dismiss your input.
Why is Mozilla not releasing the calendar in their builds, if they are
releasing the source for it? Are they not compiling their build from the
Anyway, so iceape-calendar = seamonkey-calendar - artwork + Free
Artwork, even though seamonkey-calendar doesn't exist in Mozilla builds.
That is somewhat confusing, but I understand. IceApe it is.
Again, I am sorry for my misunderstanding.
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