Patrick Ohly changed bug 63881
What Removed Added
Status ASSIGNED RESOLVED
Resolution --- FIXED

Comment # 1 on bug 63881 from
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commit 43ab1aba81467bbfa02a85a4ded67e2fa3733e79
Author: Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly@intel.com>
Date:   Mon Jul 14 04:46:29 2014 -0700

    Google Calendar: remove child hack, improve alarm hack (FDO #63881)

    Google recently enhanced support for RECURRENCE-ID, so SyncEvolution
    no longer needs to replace the property when uploading a single
    detached event with RECURRENCE-ID. However, several things are still
    broken in the server, with no workaround in SyncEvolution:
    - Removing individual events gets ignored by the server;
      a full "wipe out server data" might work (untested).
    - When updating the parent event, all child events also get
      updated even though they were included unchanged in the data
      sent by SyncEvolution.
    - The RECURRENCE-ID of a child event of an all-day recurring event
      does not get stored properly.
    - The update hack seems to fail for complex meetings: uploading them
      once and then deleting them seems to make uploading them again
      impossible.

    All of these issues were reported to Google and are worked on there,
    so perhaps the situation will improve. In the meantime, syncing with
    Google CalDAV should better be limited to:
    - Downloading a Google calendar in one-way mode.
    - Two-way syncing of simple calendars without complex meeting
      serieses.

    While updating the Google workarounds, the alarm hack (sending a
    new event without alarms twice to avoid the automatic server side
    alarm) was simplified. Now the new event gets sent only once with a
    pseudo-alarm.


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