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     caldavd - Calendar Server Control Interface


     caldavd [-hX] [-u username] [-g groupname] [-T twistd] [-f caldavd.plist]


     caldavd is a front end to the Darwin Calendar Server.  The Darwin
     Calendar server is a web server which implements the HTTP, WebDAV, WebDAV
     ACL, and CalDAV protocols.

     caldavd is a simple tool for starting the server.


     -h    Displays usage information

     -X    Starts the server but does not daemonize it.

     -u username
           Drops privileges to the given username.

     -g groupname
           Drops privileges to the given groupname.

     -f caldavd.plist
           Specifies the path of the configuration file to read.

     -T twistd
           Specifies the path to the twistd binary.


           The main configuration file for caldavd.  It is an XML property
           list in server options such as the port to bind to, whether to use
           SSL, and the names of other files can specified.

           PEM-format server keys for use with SSL.

           The location of static files which are exposed into the URL
           namespace of the server, as well as files which are used as a
           backing store for dynamic and managed resources on the server.

           The server’s main log file.

           The server’s process ID file.

           Server implementation and support files.




     caldavd is expected to comply with RFC 2445 (iCalendar), RFC 2518
     (WebDAV), RFC 3744 (WebDAV ACL), draft-dusseault-caldav-12 (CalDAV), and
     draft-desruisseaux-caldav-sched-01 (CalDAV Scheduling).


     caldavd was first introduced as part of Darwin 9 and Mac OS 10.5.


     This version of caldavd is still in development and testing.