Darwin Calendar Server

Alexander Nedotsukov bland at FreeBSD.org
Fri Mar 13 06:04:20 PDT 2009

This is not quite correct statement. ATM all required packages are  
present in the ports tree.
./run script fetched from the trunk may need a quick lobotomy course  
When I checked it out last time whole thing just works (well it still  
works :-)

On 13.03.2009, at 12:31, 葉佳威 Jiawei Ye wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 12:49 AM, Paul Henrich <paul at worldhive.net>  
> wrote:
>> Are there any efforts under way to port the Darwin Calendar Server  
>> (apple's
>> apache-licensed CalDav server)? I searched the list archive and  
>> found no
>> references to it.
>> I have never ported anything to FreeBSD before, and I was thinking  
>> that
>> this could be a good first project, so long as no one is already  
>> working on
>> it. It seems like it would be a pretty simple package to port,  
>> being mainly
>> python scripts with dependencies that are mostly already in the  
>> ports tree.
>> Paul Henrich
>> Henrich Interactive
> You may want to start with this:
> http://blog.royhooper.ca/2007/07/07/installing-the-darwin-calendar-server-on-freebsd
> There are some required packages not present in the ports tree.
> Cheers,
> Jiawei
> -- 
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