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I'm currently using the JQuery plugin FullCalendar; which has a feature to pull in events from a google calendar. But I've written a script that dynamically creates RSS from a database, the only snag is it's not formatted like a GCAL feed [https://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/nueoipsjhgm857gpojq5563cfo@group.calendar.google.com/public/basic]. I believe If I can format my feed like a GCAL feed FullCalendar will be able to read it; correct? [if yes, how?] Or would I be better off adding this functionality so I don't have to keep the XML markup the same as google's? FullCalendar reads GCAL feeds using the following code, could it be edited for custom RSS feeds?

/* * FullCalendar v1.5 Google Calendar Plugin * * Copyright (c) 2011 Adam Shaw * Dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses, located in * MIT-LICENSE.txt and GPL-LICENSE.txt respectively. * * Date: Sat Mar 19 18:59:37 2011 -0700 * */ (function($) {var fc = $.fullCalendar;var formatDate = fc.formatDate;var parseISO8601 = fc.parseISO8601;var addDays = fc.addDays;var applyAll = fc.applyAll;fc.sourceNormalizers.push(function(sourceOptions) {	if (sourceOptions.dataType == 'gcal' ||		sourceOptions.dataType === undefined &&		(sourceOptions.url || '').match(/^(http|https):\/\/www.google.com\/calendar\/feeds\//)) {			sourceOptions.dataType = 'gcal';			if (sourceOptions.editable === undefined) {				sourceOptions.editable = false;			}		}});fc.sourceFetchers.push(function(sourceOptions, start, end) {	if (sourceOptions.dataType == 'gcal') {		return transformOptions(sourceOptions, start, end);	}});function transformOptions(sourceOptions, start, end) {	var success = sourceOptions.success;	var data = $.extend({}, sourceOptions.data || {}, {		'start-min': formatDate(start, 'u'),		'start-max': formatDate(end, 'u'),		'singleevents': true,		'max-results': 9999	});		var ctz = sourceOptions.currentTimezone;	if (ctz) {		data.ctz = ctz = ctz.replace(' ', '_');	}	return $.extend({}, sourceOptions, {		url: sourceOptions.url.replace(/\/basic$/, '/full') + '?alt=json-in-script&callback=?',		dataType: 'jsonp',		data: data,		startParam: false,		endParam: false,		success: function(data) {			var events = [];			if (data.feed.entry) {				$.each(data.feed.entry, function(i, entry) {					var startStr = entry['gd$when'][0]['startTime'];					var start = parseISO8601(startStr, true);					var end = parseISO8601(entry['gd$when'][0]['endTime'], true);					var allDay = startStr.indexOf('T') == -1;					var url;					$.each(entry.link, function(i, link) {						if (link.type == 'text/html') {							url = link.href;							if (ctz) {								url += (url.indexOf('?') == -1 ? '?' : '&') + 'ctz=' + ctz;							}						}					});					if (allDay) {						addDays(end, -1); // make inclusive					}					events.push({						id: entry['gCal$uid']['value'],						title: entry['title']['$t'],						url: url,						start: start,						end: end,						allDay: allDay,						location: entry['gd$where'][0]['valueString'],						description: entry['content']['$t']					});				});			}			var args = [events].concat(Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1));			var res = applyAll(success, this, args);			if ($.isArray(res)) {				return res;			}			return events;		}	});	}// legacyfc.gcalFeed = function(url, sourceOptions) {	return $.extend({}, sourceOptions, { url: url, dataType: 'gcal' });};})(jQuery);

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