[Ietf-caldav] looking for open source CalDAV client
lisa at osafoundation.org
Wed Jun 8 13:58:40 PDT 2005
Kervin, would you be interested in access to WebDAV servers to test at
least the WebDAV part of the functionality? I can give you an account
on ietf.webdav.org, which is a Xythos WebDAV server and supports the
MKTICKET stuff that BCM is currently working on (for that matter you can
get a free www.sharemation.com account which is the same software
line). Email me privately with account name and password choices.
I believe OSAF also has a test server running mod_dav -- I can look into
whether that's still up and available.
Kervin L. Pierre wrote:
> Hello Brian,
> Brian Moseley wrote:
>> any open source CalDAV client projects going on out there?
>> i'm looking for a simple command line tool to help with developing
>> and testing our server. unfortunately neither curl nor lwp-request
>> seem to
> Funny, I've been waiting on a your server to start
> with my client library :)
>> the perldav project (<http://www.webdav.org/perldav/>) doesn't seem
>> to have been active in years, but it looks to have a good base to
>> build on. i've contacted the author but haven't heard back yet.
> I am looking too extend the Neon WebDAV library.
> Having a plain C CalDAV library would mean that
> Perl, Python or any language with C language
> bindings can use it. Neon is cross-platform
> ( including Windows ) and LGPL.
> Unfortunately Perl doesn't do me much good since
> my app is a C++ library. Same goes for Python
> which would be needed soon for Chandler (?)
> Maybe there can be a 'libCosmo' or 'libCalDAV'
> sub-project to Cosmo that aims to produce
> reference ( or simply initial ) implementations
> of CalDAV routines in C and Java?
> Ietf-caldav mailing list -- Ietf-caldav at osafoundation.org
> See http://ietf.webdav.org/caldav/ for more CalDAV resources
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