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Calendar Module


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UncleCheese

Forum Moderator, 4102 Posts

30 May 2008 at 3:48am

Edited: 30/05/2008 3:49am

Just downloaded this from the trunk. Anyone have any idea how to use it?

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The Frenchy

Core Development Team, 40 Posts

4 June 2008 at 2:33pm

Hi,

This calendar module is just a platform which is supposed to be linked later with the events module !

$monthView = new CalendarMonthView( 'name3', 20 );
		//$monthView->removeWednesday();
		$monthView->showWeekLeft();
		$monthView->showWeekRight();
		$monthView->startBySunday();
	
		$weekView = new CalendarWeekView( 'name5', $number = 6 );
		$weekView->setTimePeriod( new CalendarTimePeriod( new CalendarTime( 8 ), new CalendarTime( 22, 35 ) ));
		$weekView->setSubPeriodsLength( new CalendarTime( 0, 45 ) );
	
		$calendar = new Calendar(
			$this,
			'mycalendar',
			array(
				//new CalendarDayView( 'name1', 6 ),
				/*new CalendarMonthView( 'name3', $number = 2, $month = 6 ),
				new CalendarYearView( 'name4', $number = 3 ),*/
				//$monthView,
				$weekView
			)
		);
		$time1 = new CalendarTime( 22, 48 );
		$time2 = new CalendarTime( 23, 58 );
		$period = new CalendarTimePeriod( $time1, $time2 );
		
		return $calendar;

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UncleCheese

Forum Moderator, 4102 Posts

4 June 2008 at 2:37pm

Interesting. I was actually thinking about contributing an events module. Is that well underway? If so when might we expect it?