Periodically retrieve ICS files in order to serve them with CalDAV.
ICalRetriever is a HTTP ICS retriever. It is designed to be called by a crontab each hour in order to download an ICalendar file from a designed HTTP location, eventually apply filters on it, and then write it to the disk.
Then, you can serve the ICal to WebDAV clients (using Radicale WebDAV server for example) in readonly mode, so that their synchronised ICal file is updated each hour conforming to the ICS HTTP source.
ICalRetriever is available on PyPI as icalretriever.
Simply call the retriever with the configuration file as parameter.
$ icalretriever-retrieve.py myConfig.yml
Configuration is written in YAML.
You can sync multiple calendar using one configuration file. Here is an example of configuration file you may want to copy and adapt to your needs:
calendars: - name: Fake calendar (filtered) file: output_filtered.ics url: http://perdu.com/fake.ics filters: - name: remove_days args: [5, 6] - name: remove_name args: ["Boring event I dont want", "Another boring event"] - name: Fake calendar (not filtered) file: output.ics url: http://perdu.com/fake.ics
This program is brought to you under MIT license. For further informations, please read the provided LICENSE file.
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