Caldav sync adapter is an open-source app giving a caldav adapter to Android (fully integrated in Android account management) enabling synchronisation of calendar will many caldav sources (one-way for the moment, waitting to have a stable app for all the servers before enabling two ways).
I’ve gotten it to work. We’ll enable it as soon as we know the source of all the libs.
Just one last thing: I had to replace ‘/libs/’ by ‘libs/’ on proguard-project.txt, since (for some reason) ant release was not finding the libs. I am not familiar with Proguard, but I suppose you are to use relative paths rather than absolute ones. Am I wrong?
We’ll call it GPLv3 but there isn’t any licence at all in the repository.
The backport jar is the same as the jar on mvnrepository not the sourceforge one. @mvdan you could always disable proguard: that’s what I would do anyway. Since the app works fine for you we’ll leave the build as it is. And I changed update mode to tags.
I’ve found a way of making a calendar entry which crashes the sync adaptor.
If you set up an entry which repeats the 4th Monday of every month, starting on 21/1/2013 and repeating until 31/12/2013 it causes a force close when refreshing in the calendar or syncing from Android’s Account menu.
If you need me to upload the vCal file then just let me know.
@nodiscc: I don’t see why we should package a non-release version. We already have 1.7, which is the latest version available. If you want to have such a feature, either ask upstream to tag a new release or build from master yourself.