grant at osafoundation.org
Thu Aug 25 15:09:49 PDT 2005
In the latest & greatest Chandler, I noticed that we still have an
"itemCollectionInclusions" attribute on ContentItem. This used to be
the inverse of ItemCollection.inclusions, which no longer exists.
So, presumably, this attribute should go away. However, it is
actually in use in a couple of places in the code base:
1) The recurrence code does some delicate footwork trying to make
sure that individual occurrences end up in the correct collections.
(E.g. occurrences generated by a rrule aren't supposed to be in any
2) The Trash code (still under development, I think) uses it to make
sure that items are removed from their containing collections before
being moved to the Trash.
I'm not sure how this stuff is supposed to work in the new setly
world, so perhaps someone who is could comment.
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