Generate "stub" events earlier, so more infrastructure works with Calendar
Ref T9275. When you create a recurring event which recurs forever, we want to avoid writing an infinite number of rows to the database.
Currently, we write a row to the database right before you edit the event. Until then, we refer to it as E123/999 or whatever ("instance 999 of event 123").
This creates a big mess with trying to make recurring events work with EditEngine, Subscriptions, Projects, Flags, Tokens, etc -- all of this stuff assumes that whatever you're working with has a PHID.
I poked at letting this stuff work without a PHID a little bit, but that looked like a gigantic mess.
Instead, generate an event "stub" a little sooner (when you look at the event detail page). This is basically just an ID/PHID to refer to the instance.
Then, when you edit the stub, "materialize" it into a real event.
This still has some issues, but I think it's more promising than the other approach was.
- Removes dead user profile calendar controller.
- Replaces comments with EditEngine comments.
- Commented on a recurring event.
- Awarded tokens to a recurring event.
Reviewed By: chad
Maniphest Tasks: T9275
Differential Revision: https://secure.phabricator.com/D16248