This sounds good
You get all time you need :)
This sounds good
Ok, do an SVN update. I had erroneously labeled all the translation tags with EVENTCALENDAR instead of the corresponding PHP class name, e.g. Calendar or CalendarEvent.
It was my first attempt at translating. Now I know!
oh, I would just use SVN.. I'll update the download later. The fastest way to get updates is through SVN checkout. The link is on the download page.
Okay, I have not installed any SVN client yet. Currently I also do not prefer to do this because there is no need for me.
Is there any other possibility to download the module via this link?
I could download every file on its own, but that is of course not the right way to do.
That's the correct SVN link. You just need to set up and SVN client and point it to that repository.
If you're on a Mac, it's as easy as opening the terminal and typing: svn co (the url)
now the original error is solved.
But I get a new one -.-
After adding a new calendar to my page, I click on the link in the navigation bar.
Then I see a horrible-looking page with red and black boxes.
The error code is.
FATAL ERROR: i18n::include_by_class: Class Calendar.ss.Calendar not found
At line 1259 in C:\xampp\htdocs\sapphire\core\i18n.php
user_error(i18n::include_by_class: Class Calendar.ss.Calendar not found,512)
line 1259 of i18n.php
line 132 of Core.php
_t(Calendar.ss.Calendar.BROWSECALENDAR,Browse the Calendar)
line 14 of .cacheC..xampp.htdocs.event_calendar.templates.Layout.Calendar.ss
line 197 of SSViewer.php
line 189 of SSViewer.php
line 296 of Controller.php
line 267 of Controller.php
line 22 of ModelAsController.php
line 104 of Director.php
line 158 of main.php
Debug (Debug::showError() in line 180 of Debug.php)
* class =
* module =
Okay. I just checked in a new version with some new template syntax. See how this one works.
(This is why I don't publish the download version frequently... Updates happen so fast.)