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/* parse_text.c
#include <stdio.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <libical/ical.h>

#include <stdlib.h>

/* The icalparser_get_line routine will create a single *content* line
out of one or more input lines. The content line is all of the
properties and values for a single property, and it can span several
input lines. So, icalparser_get_line will need to be able to get more
data on its own. Read_string is a routine that does this. You can
write your own version of read stream to get data from other types of
files, sockets, etc. */

char* read_stream(char *s, size_t size, void *d)
  char *c = fgets(s,size, (FILE*)d);

  return c;


void parse_text(int argc, char* argv[])

    char* line; 
    FILE* stream;
    icalcomponent *c; 

    /* Create a new parser object */
    icalparser *parser = icalparser_new();

    stream = fopen(argv[1],"r");

    assert(stream != 0);

    /* Tell the parser what input routie it should use. */

      /* Get a single content line by making one or more calls to
      line = icalparser_get_line(parser,read_stream);

      /* Now, add that line into the parser object. If that line
           completes a component, c will be non-zero */
      c = icalparser_add_line(parser,line);

      if (c != 0){
          char *temp = icalcomponent_as_ical_string_r(c);
          printf("%s", temp);



    } while ( line != 0);


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