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Fixed

Bug: export to *.ics - Fast begins bad time.

Leonid 1 year ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago 1

When I export my calendar to a *.ics file all "Fast begins" contain the wrong time. For example 17:11 instead of 5:11
Example calendar link

Example event from file (have time  T164400 but will be T044400):

BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTAMP:20201203T113844Z
CATEGORIES:Holiday
SUMMARY:Fast begins
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20200309T164400
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20200309T164400
TRANSP:TRANSPARENT
X-MICROSOFT-CDO-BUSYSTATUS:FREE
UID:hebcal-20200309-66273107d4ac6311a72221c89876d8f8-6693680
CLASS:PUBLIC
LOCATION:maale adumim
GEO:31.78232;35.30748
END:VEVENT

Fixed

Thanks for using Hebcal, and thanks so much for this bug report!


We have confirmed the issue and have developed and deployed a fix:

https://github.com/hebcal/hebcal-icalendar/commit/9395767d11dc4dc2dfc57c36d255941042ef1290#diff-2b3ef07a560bda7207107aed8282a85acf1bac3b482948a584bf0c4e1d945f27

The .ics feeds are updated as of Sunday evening on hebcal.com, but take as long as 7 days to refresh with applications that consume them (e.g. Google Calendar, Apple, Outlook, etc). Please check back next week if you still don't see corrected results.