Django app to return an .ics file when called via http://www.keith-wood.name/icalendar.html
A simple Django view that returns an .ics file as an attachment download when called via the icalendar script: http://www.keith-wood.name/icalendar.html
You need to install the following prerequisites in order to use this app:
pip install Django
If you want to install the latest stable release from PyPi:
$ pip install django-ics-generator
If you feel adventurous and want to install the latest commit from GitHub:
$ pip install -e git://github.com/bitmazk/django-ics-generator.git#egg=ics_generator
Add ics_generator to your INSTALLED_APPS:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ..., 'ics_generator', )
Include the urls for this app:
urlpatterns = patterns( '', url(r'^ics-generator/', include('ics_generator.urls')), )
If you want to contribute to this project, please perform the following steps:
# Fork this repository # Clone your fork $ mkvirtualenv -p python2.7 django-ics-generator $ pip install -r requirements.txt $ ./logger/tests/runtests.sh # You should get no failing tests $ git co -b feature_branch master # Implement your feature and tests # Describe your change in the CHANGELOG.txt $ git add . && git commit $ git push origin feature_branch # Send us a pull request for your feature branch
Whenever you run the tests a coverage output will be generated in tests/coverage/index.html. When adding new features, please make sure that you keep the coverage at 100%.
Check the issue tracker on github for milestones and features to come.