Friday, April 16, 2010

Game Over

I don't have time or energy to maintain this plugin so farwell little plugin, I was happy to make you ;)

Plugin End Of Life
This plugin is not maintained any more. This blog is kept for archive purpose only.
You can check on github is someone forked it and if a new "up-to-date" version exists or fork it yourself.
Good luck ;)

Monday, May 11, 2009

REL 1.1.0

A new version is available REL 1.1.0

Change log:

=== 1.1.0 (May 11th, 2009)
* Adding delete_event method
Thanks to Phillip Atkinson for his contribution :)

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Googlecalendar4Ruby is not dead

Well at least not yet ;)

I've lots of ideas, features and enhancements to add but very little time to do them.

I started a big refactoring of the code in svn. (I tried to keep it backward compatible)

I started to use "newgem" to reduce time and energy for releases.
Unfortunalty newgem made me loose more time than I gain for the moment because it's not meant to be use on windows (ex: it use rsync), I didn't find a workaround to this with cygwin (all my gem a installed with windows native system...) and I didn't have any linux box setup at the moment...

Things I'd like to do/fix in the next big release of googlecalendar 1.0.0:
- include fixes provided by contributors waiting in my mail box
- enhance rails google calendar integration in the rails plugin
- update to modern rails plugin layout (the current rails plugin was created in rails 1.x I think)
- add dependency in the rails plugin to the ruby gem (avoid code duplication between gem and plugin)
- better svn layout (trunk/branches/tags). rubyforge'svn will be the official repo for the googlecalendar releases.
- doing some unit / integration test
- better documentation (a real webite with examples) (already partly done at:
- setup git repo on github/gitorious to help me with contributions (avoid patch waiting in my mailbox for ages) and learn git at the same time

Let's hope I find time for this ;)

Happy New Year :)

Monday, December 03, 2007

REL 0.0.6

Release 0.0.6 is out.

The change log:
=== 0.0.6 (Dec 03rd, 2007)
* Added add_reminder and reset_reminders to GData
(see examples/ruby_standalone/gdata_new_event_reminder.rb)
Contribution: Nicolas Fouché
* Added "Quick Add" (see examples/ruby_standalone/gdata_quick_add.rb)
Contribution: Levi Kennedy
* Fixed white space in '@ location.to_s'

I update docs and added the "Quick Add" example to the main plugin page.

Monday, September 24, 2007

REL 0.0.5

Release 0.0.5 is finally out.

I have been really busy for last few month and didn't found time to do this release :(
So there it is! But this time some people contributed and I find it really cool!
Thanks a lot guys, keep the patches going ;)

=== 0.0.5 (Sept 24th, 2007)
* You can now set a different google url in GData class (default value is
* Adding code to post an event to other calendar than the default one
* Get the list of calendar associated with the user.
Thanks to Christos Trochalakis for his contribution :)
* Handle hosted email account (different domain name emails)
Thanks to Sam Morrison for his contribution :)
* Add description and location informations to available fields
Thanks to Kalle Saas for his contribution :)

As always I updated the docs:

Friday, June 08, 2007

REL 0.0.4

=== 0.0.4 (June 8th, 2007)
* Can add simple events now
** Added a GData class and an example of how to use it

See Chapter "Adding Event"

Thursday, May 03, 2007

REL 0.0.3 is out

A small release, thanks to Arnold to point this out.

=== 0.0.3 (May 5th, 2007)
* Handle recurring events
** Added a rrule property and a rrule_as_hash method

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Rails plugin RDoc available online

Ruby On Rails plugin RDoc is available at:

[Ann] REL 0.0.2

The first release of the goglecalendar standalone is out!

gem install googlecalendar

How to use it see:

Additionnal informations:
gem list --remote --details googlecalendar

Monday, June 19, 2006

Changed the version number

I don't feel the project is ready for a 1.0.x release, so I decided to stick with a 0.0.x number until the project is stable enough...

Rdoc is now available

I uploaded the rdoc on rubyforge, you can now browse it inline at:

Friday, June 16, 2006

Added infrastructure files

  • Added Rakefile
  • Added Gem, Zip, Tar packaging
  • Added RDoc and gnerated doc
  • Moved googlecalendar.rb back to lib
  • Added copy of googlecalendar.rb to plugin lib dir
  • Refactored examples

Now I need to find a way to publish this to rubyforge :)