UNSOLVED Moment Timezone / Invalid time value
@sdetweil I just use Putty to connect via ssh. It won’t open a new window. You can check on your mirror or in browser, whether the mirror is loading the modules. When the error message appeared, I canceled the script via crtl + c. Then you have to search a bit in your logfile e.g.
in order to figure out where the wrong appointments are. In my case it was more or less easy because the RangeError and the null-values in the array were very noisy.
My local TZ seems to be right, but it don’t know, why there are these null values in the array. I subscribed my outlook calendar in another google calendar and it worked. These appointments are also rightly displayed in my iPhone, just by subcribing the outlook cal.
@sdetweil I am sorry, I don’t know anymore what the bad tz was.i believe it was undefined, but I don’t know… Sorry
why there are these null values in the array
the luxon library (which handles repeating events) had a problem and returned trash(all nulls)
doesn’t matter what other cal systems do… ours is hand written by volunteers over many years…
I spent a year getting it to handle timezone and std/dst time shifts…
and then added on the MS crasy special TZ…(custom tz… what do you need THAT for)
here is another crappy bug that every system has to handle…
@sdetweil ok, sounds nasty… I recognized in my debug-logfile that those custom time zones were converted correctly. Just the null values were the problem. Fixed for me now…
@thger1312 what did u do to fix it? so that we might help others
@sdetweil I deleted the bad event in outlook and added a new google calendar with that occurrence series in order to subscribe it againg with my outlook cal…
@thger1312 ok moved event from Outlook to Google cal.
then used multiple cal entries to merge the results together