Commit 2eed1987 authored by Matthew Barnes's avatar Matthew Barnes
Browse files Define a 'Duration' enum.

For use with interval "units" keys.

Converting a key's type from string to enum is backward-compatable.
parent 1419bbb3
<!-- Keep this synchronized with EDurationType. -->
<enum id="org.gnome.evolution.calendar.Duration">
<value nick='minutes' value='0'/>
<value nick='hours' value='1'/>
<value nick='days' value='2'/>
<schema gettext-domain="evolution" id="org.gnome.evolution.calendar" path="/org/gnome/evolution/calendar/">
<key name="audio-dir" type="s">
......@@ -10,7 +18,7 @@
<_summary>Birthday and anniversary reminder value</_summary>
<_description>Number of units for determining a birthday or anniversary reminder</_description>
<key name="ba-reminder-units" type="s">
<key name="ba-reminder-units" enum="org.gnome.evolution.calendar.Duration">
<_summary>Birthday and anniversary reminder units</_summary>
<_description>Units for a birthday or anniversary reminder, "minutes", "hours" or "days"</_description>
......@@ -75,7 +83,7 @@
<_summary>Default reminder value</_summary>
<_description>Number of units for determining a default reminder</_description>
<key name="default-reminder-units" type="s">
<key name="default-reminder-units" enum="org.gnome.evolution.calendar.Duration">
<_summary>Default reminder units</_summary>
<_description>Units for a default reminder, "minutes", "hours" or "days"</_description>
......@@ -115,7 +123,7 @@
<_summary>Hide completed tasks</_summary>
<_description>Whether to hide completed tasks in the tasks view</_description>
<key name="hide-completed-tasks-units" type="s">
<key name="hide-completed-tasks-units" enum="org.gnome.evolution.calendar.Duration">
<_summary>Hide task units</_summary>
<_description>Units for determining when to hide tasks, "minutes", "hours" or "days"</_description>
......@@ -321,4 +329,5 @@
<_description>Days on which the start and end of work hours should be indicated</_description>
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