Support » Plugin: amr ical events lists » After last update 4.4 Any clues?

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    Error finding or parsing ical calendar

    No other error_logs in inplugins/amr-ical-events-list

    Browser can find it, md5 kicks out the filename, you rewrite the parser?

    I am also getting the !! error after upgrade.
    “error finding or parsing ical calendar” I have tried rolling back to the previous version but the error continues.

    use subversion 4.3 dl extract and ftp to amr folder, all will be back to normal until Ann Marie gets back with us, ok?

    oh, delete the files in amr cache that are 18 bytes long.

    Thanks – I’ve got it working again. I think I’ll skip this update.

    Plugin Author anmari


    Fix coming up. Apologies. A line that should not have been in that update.

    Just upgraded to 4.5 and still seeing same problem on my sites: an exclamation mark in a red box with no events found.

    did you look in your amr cache file? maybe in your uploads dir?
    and did you see .ics files that are 18 bytes long? if you did and you did not delete them, they will show up as empty files. you need to delete them with an ftp program, like Filezilla, ok?

    Thank you ann marie, all is back to neer normal, you know, fubar.
    thanks again.

    So on a server of 3000 sites of which a couple hundred use this plugin, I need to go to each individual site’s upload directory and find this cache file and delete it? I guess this is a lesson to me to not apply updates right when they come out (but I never seem to learn that one…)

    you can wait until tomorrow when all the ics file refresh by themselves sorry you really have 39,000,000 web sites? really, sorry ’bout that.

    Like I said, I’m the one that can’t stand to see that update thing sitting there with a number on it and just has to run everything as soon as they come out… and 3,000 not 39,000,000 🙂 I work for a school district of about 40,000 kids so 3,000 seems pretty darn manageable.

    We were able to “find . -name” the pertinent directories and I’m going through and removing that file. Was not as hard as I thought it out to be when I had my face in my hands an hour ago. 😉

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