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Re^2: Anyone know how to use the Net::Google::Calendar API?

by leocharre (Priest)
on Dec 09, 2009 at 15:13 UTC ( #811940=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Anyone know how to use the Net::Google::Calendar API?
in thread Anyone know how to use the Net::Google::Calendar API?

Aha! Guess what! That was it... Have to call set_calendar()..
# pseudocode: my $parent = Net::Google::Calendar->new; $parent->login( $uname, $upass); my @cals = $parent->get_calendars; for my $cal_selected (@cals) { printf "CALENDAR: %s\n", $cal_selected->title; $parent->set_calendar( $cal ); my @e = $parent->get_events; for (@e){ printf "event title: %s, content: %s\n", $_->title, $_->content->body; } }

Yes Wistow notes 'Alpha'- that said, some reviewees state the thing 'does what they need' - so- missing this functinality- it seems odd it would be of use at all- that's why I thought maybe I was off..

I'm kinda torn about using oo this way, it's really weird.. it seems we should instance a calendar object, and *it* should have a get_events() method, no?

This other way is kind of interesting too.. passing around objects like little toys..

Thank you!!!!!!

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Re^3: Anyone know how to use the Net::Google::Calendar API?
by frugofrog (Initiate) on Dec 30, 2010 at 11:16 UTC

    Does anyone know how to create and save a new Calendar using this module? I know it's doable
    I have no clue how to achieve it with the API :(.

    thanks for any suggestions

      in this how to update or edit a particular event

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[stevieb]: I think that placing the * in C when dealing with pointers is akin to keeping separated the circumfix op from the inner ref in Perl: @{ $aref };, which is all personal preference. In perl, I'm good. C, don't know what I like
[stevieb]: ...yet. Still too newbie

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