similar to: [1041] trunk/wxruby2/samples/calendar/calendar.rb: Remove deprecated call to set_best_fitting_size

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2006 Oct 19
0
[691] trunk/wxruby2/samples/calendar/calendar.rb: Placed controls within a panel so they appear on the correct themed background
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2007 Feb 12
0
[864] trunk/wxruby2/samples/calendar/calendar.rb: Fix a couple of errors, add a note on CalendarDateAttr
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2007 Apr 30
0
[997] branches/wxruby2/wxwidgets_282: Window - 2.6 -> 2.8 API, new methods and deprecations; update doc
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2007 Mar 20
0
[903] branches/wxruby2/wxwidgets_282/samples: Added #!/usr/bin/env ruby to the grid sample.
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2004 Apr 26
1
Yesterday''s adventures (calendar sample; swig)
At each step, I think I am past most of the big hurdles. At each step, I find another one. I''m sharing these development stories on the list for a few reasons: 1. Perhaps some of you will find the stories interesting 2. To preserve my lessons in the list archives so I, or someone else, can (re)learn from them later 3. As a record of tangible progress 4. To vent some frustration
2011 Jan 23
0
Google Calendar - calendar image
I have already created the basic functions of the google calendar. However, I can''t see the calendar itself. How will I get that? Do i have to create my own calendar and just attached the api of the google calendar? or what? I am really puzzled. I hope someone could help me with this. Thanks -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Ruby on
2011 Mar 14
0
Problems with viewing my calendar
Hey dudes, i''m trying to build a small calendar into my app. I follow the steps shown in http://railscasts.com/episodes/213-calendars, so i go with the table_builder gem, which allows to use the calendar_for command. But unfortunately it doesnt work or rather show the results in my view-template. I even got no error-message. It only shows this: (twice!!?!) Calendar <
2005 Jun 21
3
dynarch calendar problem when used with ajax
I''ve got a partial with a form using the dynarch calendar (calendar_field behavior). Working. Now I render this partial from the action specified in to a link_to_remote. Now when I click the calendar it''s not showed anymore. theese lines: <%= stylesheet_link_tag ''calendar-system.css'' %> <%= javascript_include_tag ''calendar'',
2012 Mar 20
0
Google calendar is not working properly with gcal4ruby (0.2.6)
I''m using Rails - 2.2.2 gcal4ruby (0.2.6) I''m using google calendar to display events for users in my website. Till 18-march-2012 everything was working fine. But now whenever user add events to the calendar it show only busy in the calendar. My code is def add_event user_id = current_user.id service = GCal4Ruby::Service.new
2006 Feb 27
0
RE: FW: Calendar widget
Perfect, thanks Marco, great help! Now, why didn''t I think of that? Lol! -----Original Message----- From: Marco M. Jaeger [mailto:mail-yVS5avHIROZWk0Htik3J/w@public.gmane.org] Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 2:02 PM To: ''www.dhtmlgoodies.com'' Subject: RE: FW: [Rails-spinoffs] Calendar widget Thank you Alf - I appreciate your fast response Marco M. Jaeger | Url:
2005 Aug 17
1
Patch for calendar.rb
This patch fixes the last bug I found in the calendar sample. This makes two (mostly) working samples I''ve checked out. I did discover a new bug in caret.rb today which I should probably fix. Question: Since sizer.remove is deprecated should we just add an alias to the detach method or should we make people update to the new functions? Roy
2006 Mar 31
0
Calendar helper adjust
Hi, I''m new on RoR and I have an issue with the dynarch calendar. I''ve read and followed Michael Schuerig''s tuto about setting up a calendar helper with the dynarch calendar but can''t make it work. Can I render the calendar inside a partial? I need a flat calendar (no activating button) which renders inside a partial. I''d appreciate
2008 Mar 13
2
Google Calendar
Anyone aware of good calendar library in Ruby? I need to design a calendar similar to Google calendar. The idea is to have ability to add recurring or even infinite events as it is possible in Google calendar. -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/. --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups
2006 Apr 26
0
Anyone successfully used a calendar control?
Anyone successfully used a calendar control? I''d like to emulate the calendar control seen in "Google Calendar". What do you recommend as a good calendar control? Thanks, Chris -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2008 May 22
0
Getting the datetime when using Calendar Date Select plugin in an Ajax update operation.
Hey,everyone, I encountered a problem when getting a date through calendar date select plugin. It''s convenient to put the very tag(calendar_date_select_tag) in a form, then get the date when the form is submitted, however, if I don''t put the calendar_date_select_tag in a form, and just use it as an element which can show a calendar on the page, now I wanna update a specific area
2010 Jul 27
0
360-day calendar-netcdf
Hi, Recently I started working with netcdf IPCC climate model data and I am using R to analyze these data. Some problems occur while doing this, as I am using the output of different climate models which are different in for example time calendar and grid coordinates. To analyze monthly means I have been using the function /chron/ for 365 day calendar time series. Originally the
2008 Jan 16
4
Calendar in Rails
HI All, Please can anyone tell me whether there is a rails plugin/app that allows creation of a calendar that can render events. I am not talking about a calendar date picker of which there are several, but something more along the lines of http://www.backpackit.com/calendar where an html/css calendar can be rendered with dates highlighted. Many thanks Anthony
2007 Oct 03
0
[ wxruby-Patches-14411 ] calendar.rb - gui destroyed when changing calendar flags
Patches item #14411, was opened at 2007-10-03 13:59 You can respond by visiting: http://rubyforge.org/tracker/?func=detail&atid=220&aid=14411&group_id=35 Category: None Group: None Status: Open Resolution: None Priority: 3 Submitted By: Christopher Bludau (count_cb) Assigned to: Nobody (None) Summary: calendar.rb - gui destroyed when changing calendar flags Initial
2007 Apr 06
0
How to Build a Rescission Calendar in Rails
Hey everyone, I''m sorta new to ruby on rails and I need a little help in thinking through something with a calendar. I have a client that wants a rescission calendar on his site. Best example of this would be found at this website https://www.notariestoyou.com/calendar/ Typically rescission dates are 3 days from the day you sign a contract unless you signed on a Saturday
2004 Nov 06
1
calendar-based time-series in R
Hello, I am trying to switch to R from S-PLUS 6.1, and one problem I am having is using R for manipulation of calendar-based time-series. In S-PLUS, I commonly use the functions timeSequence(), timeDate(), and timeSeries() to align/average/aggregate data; and I also do a lot of plotting of time-series data (with calendar-based labels on the x-axis). I was wondering if anyone is