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fix release dates in .info files

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release work

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regenerated documentation

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bump version numbers of 5.9|5.10 packages to 5.10.0b1

adjust dependencies

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make template::adp_puts private again. removed some of the weirdness in calendar attachments

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Use the new 'url' input type widget. Bump version number for dependency

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Use the new ad_form 'number' input field. Bump version number for dependency.

mark private functions as private

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reduce verbosity, add covered calls in test cases

Fix extra braces

Add 'calendar_basic_api' test case, covering 'calendar::new', 'calendar::delete', 'calendar::rename' and 'calendar::name'

Add a precautional "if not exists"

New index on cal_items(on_which_calendar, item_type_id)

file upgrade-2.10.0d7-2.10.0d8.sql was initially added on branch oacs-5-10.

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added missing upgrade script

file upgrade-2.10.0d6-2.10.0d7.sql was initially added on branch oacs-5-10.

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create a partial index on public calendars

Port of downstream feature: cleanup properly everything related with a calendar package instance before deleting (e.g. calendar item types)

This might be superseded by just plain referential integrity, taking care also of the oracle part, in a future moment

improve spelling: move closer to the linux documentation recommendations

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Reform 'all_day_event' private interface:

now we consider all day events only those where the time component of both start and end date is set at midnight. This is more restrictive that the previous criteria, which would allow also events where start and end date were equals, or the date component was different, regardless of time, to be considered all day events.

In practice, the user interface would already make so that an event created as "all day event" would be set with midnight as the time for start and end date.

calendar::item::get would already return time_p in the array to indicate whether this was an event with time or not. No time would mean "all day event". For convenience, we now return also the straight all_day_event_p flag in the array.

Remove blind catch, this proc is actually robust to bogus values

added editor hints and white-space cleanup

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Replace deprecated idiom

Adapt clock format for the now stricter 'lc_time_fmt'

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Introduce a new callback hook for calendar item edit

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Whitespace changes

improve spelling

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