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cardme

cardme is a Java library implementation of RFC 2426, VCard. It provides Java applications with a way to read and write from and to the VCard file format. The project's goals are to provide a flexible and easy to use library with excellent documentation.

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  •  02 Apr 2013 12:38

Release Notes: Semi-colons are now omitted when building the extended parameter list only when there is no previously appended parameter and/or extended (type) parameters.

  •  02 Apr 2013 12:38

Release Notes: Semi-colons are now omitted when building the extended parameter list only when there is no previously appended parameter and/or extended (type) parameters.

  •  28 Nov 2012 23:47

    Release Notes: VCards are now read in from a file using UTF-8 encoding. According to RFC-6350, all default charsets in a VCard must be UTF-8. The isEmpty() method in the StringUtil class has been fixed. An issue where unfolding lines with spaces at the folding boundary would result in the loss of the space has been fixed. A unit test case has been added to test for the above bug.

    •  13 Nov 2012 00:27

      Release Notes: This release propagates the bugfixes and quoted-printabled improvements from the 0.3.x branch to the trunk, thus resulting in the beta 2 release of version 0.4. Users are encouraged to try out the beta version of cardme. The bulk of the code base and API has been revamped to make things easier to use. Method names have been renamed to more closely match the RFC, and the architecture has been redesigned so that it is more modular and scalable. This version also sports some fluent interfaces on VCard types and parameter types.

      •  10 Nov 2012 01:29

        Release Notes: This release adds some very important bugfixes related to QUOTED-PRINTABLE encoding, decoding, folding, and unfolding. A setForceEncodeQuotedPrintableSpaces() method has been added to force cardme to take one extra pass at a Quoted-Printable string to convert all spaces to =20. Test cases have been written for them as well, and there is better handling of vcards exported from Android devices. Cardme also better handles vcards whose fields are 100% full quoted-printable.

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