Update fullcalendar to 3.2.0 to support latest jQuery release, fixes T43
authorAndreas Boehler <andreas@aboehler.at>
Tue, 21 Feb 2017 19:01:39 +0100
changeset 94 1a9054570d5a
parent 93 b83269189169
child 95 fd138544eedf
Update fullcalendar to 3.2.0 to support latest jQuery release, fixes T43
Add support for list views
Fix scrollbar appearance with latest DokuWiki
all.css
fullcalendar-2.4.0/fullcalendar.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/fullcalendar.less
fullcalendar-2.4.0/fullcalendar.print.less
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ar-ma.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ar-sa.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ar-tn.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ar.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/bg.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ca.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/cs.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/da.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/de-at.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/de.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/el.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/en-au.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/en-ca.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/en-gb.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/es.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/fa.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/fi.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/fr-ca.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/fr.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/he.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/hi.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/hr.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/hu.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/id.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/is.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/it.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ja.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ko.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/lt.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/lv.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/nb.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/nl.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/pl.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/pt-br.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/pt.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ro.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/ru.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/sk.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/sl.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/sr-cyrl.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/sr.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/sv.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/th.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/tr.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/uk.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/vi.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/zh-cn.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/lang/zh-tw.js
fullcalendar-2.4.0/moment.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.less
fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.print.less
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/af.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-dz.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-ly.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-ma.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-sa.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-tn.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/bg.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ca.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/cs.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/da.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/de-at.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/de.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/el.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-au.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-ca.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-gb.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-ie.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-nz.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/es-do.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/es.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/eu.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fa.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fi.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fr-ca.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fr-ch.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/gl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/he.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/hi.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/hr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/hu.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/id.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/is.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/it.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ja.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/kk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ko.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/lb.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/lt.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/lv.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/mk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ms-my.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ms.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nb.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nl-be.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nn.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/pl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/pt-br.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/pt.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ro.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ru.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sr-cyrl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sv.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/th.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/tr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/uk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/vi.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/zh-cn.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/zh-tw.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/moment.js
plugin.info.txt
print.css
script.js
syntax/calendar.php
--- a/all.css	Tue Dec 13 05:41:44 2016 +0100
+++ b/all.css	Tue Feb 21 19:01:39 2017 +0100
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-@import "fullcalendar-2.4.0/fullcalendar.less";
+@import "fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.less";
 @import "datetimepicker-2.4.5/jquery.datetimepicker.less";
 
 
@@ -40,3 +40,8 @@
 #dokuwiki__pagetools {
     z-index: 10;
 }
+
+/* fix scrollbar */
+#fullCalendar table {
+    margin: 0;
+}
--- a/fullcalendar-2.4.0/fullcalendar.js	Tue Dec 13 05:41:44 2016 +0100
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,11170 +0,0 @@
-/*!
- * FullCalendar v2.4.0
- * Docs & License: http://fullcalendar.io/
- * (c) 2015 Adam Shaw
- */
-
-(function(factory) {
-	if (typeof define === 'function' && define.amd) {
-		define([ 'jquery', 'moment' ], factory);
-	}
-	else if (typeof exports === 'object') { // Node/CommonJS
-		module.exports = factory(require('jquery'), require('moment'));
-	}
-	else {
-		factory(jQuery, moment);
-	}
-})(function($, moment) {
-
-;;
-
-var fc = $.fullCalendar = { version: "2.4.0" };
-var fcViews = fc.views = {};
-
-
-$.fn.fullCalendar = function(options) {
-	var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1); // for a possible method call
-	var res = this; // what this function will return (this jQuery object by default)
-
-	this.each(function(i, _element) { // loop each DOM element involved
-		var element = $(_element);
-		var calendar = element.data('fullCalendar'); // get the existing calendar object (if any)
-		var singleRes; // the returned value of this single method call
-
-		// a method call
-		if (typeof options === 'string') {
-			if (calendar && $.isFunction(calendar[options])) {
-				singleRes = calendar[options].apply(calendar, args);
-				if (!i) {
-					res = singleRes; // record the first method call result
-				}
-				if (options === 'destroy') { // for the destroy method, must remove Calendar object data
-					element.removeData('fullCalendar');
-				}
-			}
-		}
-		// a new calendar initialization
-		else if (!calendar) { // don't initialize twice
-			calendar = new Calendar(element, options);
-			element.data('fullCalendar', calendar);
-			calendar.render();
-		}
-	});
-	
-	return res;
-};
-
-
-var complexOptions = [ // names of options that are objects whose properties should be combined
-	'header',
-	'buttonText',
-	'buttonIcons',
-	'themeButtonIcons'
-];
-
-
-// Merges an array of option objects into a single object
-function mergeOptions(optionObjs) {
-	return mergeProps(optionObjs, complexOptions);
-}
-
-
-// Given options specified for the calendar's constructor, massages any legacy options into a non-legacy form.
-// Converts View-Option-Hashes into the View-Specific-Options format.
-function massageOverrides(input) {
-	var overrides = { views: input.views || {} }; // the output. ensure a `views` hash
-	var subObj;
-
-	// iterate through all option override properties (except `views`)
-	$.each(input, function(name, val) {
-		if (name != 'views') {
-
-			// could the value be a legacy View-Option-Hash?
-			if (
-				$.isPlainObject(val) &&
-				!/(time|duration|interval)$/i.test(name) && // exclude duration options. might be given as objects
-				$.inArray(name, complexOptions) == -1 // complex options aren't allowed to be View-Option-Hashes
-			) {
-				subObj = null;
-
-				// iterate through the properties of this possible View-Option-Hash value
-				$.each(val, function(subName, subVal) {
-
-					// is the property targeting a view?
-					if (/^(month|week|day|default|basic(Week|Day)?|agenda(Week|Day)?)$/.test(subName)) {
-						if (!overrides.views[subName]) { // ensure the view-target entry exists
-							overrides.views[subName] = {};
-						}
-						overrides.views[subName][name] = subVal; // record the value in the `views` object
-					}
-					else { // a non-View-Option-Hash property
-						if (!subObj) {
-							subObj = {};
-						}
-						subObj[subName] = subVal; // accumulate these unrelated values for later
-					}
-				});
-
-				if (subObj) { // non-View-Option-Hash properties? transfer them as-is
-					overrides[name] = subObj;
-				}
-			}
-			else {
-				overrides[name] = val; // transfer normal options as-is
-			}
-		}
-	});
-
-	return overrides;
-}
-
-;;
-
-// exports
-fc.intersectionToSeg = intersectionToSeg;
-fc.applyAll = applyAll;
-fc.debounce = debounce;
-fc.isInt = isInt;
-fc.htmlEscape = htmlEscape;
-fc.cssToStr = cssToStr;
-fc.proxy = proxy;
-fc.capitaliseFirstLetter = capitaliseFirstLetter;
-
-
-/* FullCalendar-specific DOM Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-// Given the scrollbar widths of some other container, create borders/margins on rowEls in order to match the left
-// and right space that was offset by the scrollbars. A 1-pixel border first, then margin beyond that.
-function compensateScroll(rowEls, scrollbarWidths) {
-	if (scrollbarWidths.left) {
-		rowEls.css({
-			'border-left-width': 1,
-			'margin-left': scrollbarWidths.left - 1
-		});
-	}
-	if (scrollbarWidths.right) {
-		rowEls.css({
-			'border-right-width': 1,
-			'margin-right': scrollbarWidths.right - 1
-		});
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Undoes compensateScroll and restores all borders/margins
-function uncompensateScroll(rowEls) {
-	rowEls.css({
-		'margin-left': '',
-		'margin-right': '',
-		'border-left-width': '',
-		'border-right-width': ''
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Make the mouse cursor express that an event is not allowed in the current area
-function disableCursor() {
-	$('body').addClass('fc-not-allowed');
-}
-
-
-// Returns the mouse cursor to its original look
-function enableCursor() {
-	$('body').removeClass('fc-not-allowed');
-}
-
-
-// Given a total available height to fill, have `els` (essentially child rows) expand to accomodate.
-// By default, all elements that are shorter than the recommended height are expanded uniformly, not considering
-// any other els that are already too tall. if `shouldRedistribute` is on, it considers these tall rows and 
-// reduces the available height.
-function distributeHeight(els, availableHeight, shouldRedistribute) {
-
-	// *FLOORING NOTE*: we floor in certain places because zoom can give inaccurate floating-point dimensions,
-	// and it is better to be shorter than taller, to avoid creating unnecessary scrollbars.
-
-	var minOffset1 = Math.floor(availableHeight / els.length); // for non-last element
-	var minOffset2 = Math.floor(availableHeight - minOffset1 * (els.length - 1)); // for last element *FLOORING NOTE*
-	var flexEls = []; // elements that are allowed to expand. array of DOM nodes
-	var flexOffsets = []; // amount of vertical space it takes up
-	var flexHeights = []; // actual css height
-	var usedHeight = 0;
-
-	undistributeHeight(els); // give all elements their natural height
-
-	// find elements that are below the recommended height (expandable).
-	// important to query for heights in a single first pass (to avoid reflow oscillation).
-	els.each(function(i, el) {
-		var minOffset = i === els.length - 1 ? minOffset2 : minOffset1;
-		var naturalOffset = $(el).outerHeight(true);
-
-		if (naturalOffset < minOffset) {
-			flexEls.push(el);
-			flexOffsets.push(naturalOffset);
-			flexHeights.push($(el).height());
-		}
-		else {
-			// this element stretches past recommended height (non-expandable). mark the space as occupied.
-			usedHeight += naturalOffset;
-		}
-	});
-
-	// readjust the recommended height to only consider the height available to non-maxed-out rows.
-	if (shouldRedistribute) {
-		availableHeight -= usedHeight;
-		minOffset1 = Math.floor(availableHeight / flexEls.length);
-		minOffset2 = Math.floor(availableHeight - minOffset1 * (flexEls.length - 1)); // *FLOORING NOTE*
-	}
-
-	// assign heights to all expandable elements
-	$(flexEls).each(function(i, el) {
-		var minOffset = i === flexEls.length - 1 ? minOffset2 : minOffset1;
-		var naturalOffset = flexOffsets[i];
-		var naturalHeight = flexHeights[i];
-		var newHeight = minOffset - (naturalOffset - naturalHeight); // subtract the margin/padding
-
-		if (naturalOffset < minOffset) { // we check this again because redistribution might have changed things
-			$(el).height(newHeight);
-		}
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Undoes distrubuteHeight, restoring all els to their natural height
-function undistributeHeight(els) {
-	els.height('');
-}
-
-
-// Given `els`, a jQuery set of <td> cells, find the cell with the largest natural width and set the widths of all the
-// cells to be that width.
-// PREREQUISITE: if you want a cell to take up width, it needs to have a single inner element w/ display:inline
-function matchCellWidths(els) {
-	var maxInnerWidth = 0;
-
-	els.find('> *').each(function(i, innerEl) {
-		var innerWidth = $(innerEl).outerWidth();
-		if (innerWidth > maxInnerWidth) {
-			maxInnerWidth = innerWidth;
-		}
-	});
-
-	maxInnerWidth++; // sometimes not accurate of width the text needs to stay on one line. insurance
-
-	els.width(maxInnerWidth);
-
-	return maxInnerWidth;
-}
-
-
-// Turns a container element into a scroller if its contents is taller than the allotted height.
-// Returns true if the element is now a scroller, false otherwise.
-// NOTE: this method is best because it takes weird zooming dimensions into account
-function setPotentialScroller(containerEl, height) {
-	containerEl.height(height).addClass('fc-scroller');
-
-	// are scrollbars needed?
-	if (containerEl[0].scrollHeight - 1 > containerEl[0].clientHeight) { // !!! -1 because IE is often off-by-one :(
-		return true;
-	}
-
-	unsetScroller(containerEl); // undo
-	return false;
-}
-
-
-// Takes an element that might have been a scroller, and turns it back into a normal element.
-function unsetScroller(containerEl) {
-	containerEl.height('').removeClass('fc-scroller');
-}
-
-
-/* General DOM Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-fc.getClientRect = getClientRect;
-fc.getContentRect = getContentRect;
-fc.getScrollbarWidths = getScrollbarWidths;
-
-
-// borrowed from https://github.com/jquery/jquery-ui/blob/1.11.0/ui/core.js#L51
-function getScrollParent(el) {
-	var position = el.css('position'),
-		scrollParent = el.parents().filter(function() {
-			var parent = $(this);
-			return (/(auto|scroll)/).test(
-				parent.css('overflow') + parent.css('overflow-y') + parent.css('overflow-x')
-			);
-		}).eq(0);
-
-	return position === 'fixed' || !scrollParent.length ? $(el[0].ownerDocument || document) : scrollParent;
-}
-
-
-// Queries the outer bounding area of a jQuery element.
-// Returns a rectangle with absolute coordinates: left, right (exclusive), top, bottom (exclusive).
-function getOuterRect(el) {
-	var offset = el.offset();
-
-	return {
-		left: offset.left,
-		right: offset.left + el.outerWidth(),
-		top: offset.top,
-		bottom: offset.top + el.outerHeight()
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Queries the area within the margin/border/scrollbars of a jQuery element. Does not go within the padding.
-// Returns a rectangle with absolute coordinates: left, right (exclusive), top, bottom (exclusive).
-// NOTE: should use clientLeft/clientTop, but very unreliable cross-browser.
-function getClientRect(el) {
-	var offset = el.offset();
-	var scrollbarWidths = getScrollbarWidths(el);
-	var left = offset.left + getCssFloat(el, 'border-left-width') + scrollbarWidths.left;
-	var top = offset.top + getCssFloat(el, 'border-top-width') + scrollbarWidths.top;
-
-	return {
-		left: left,
-		right: left + el[0].clientWidth, // clientWidth includes padding but NOT scrollbars
-		top: top,
-		bottom: top + el[0].clientHeight // clientHeight includes padding but NOT scrollbars
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Queries the area within the margin/border/padding of a jQuery element. Assumed not to have scrollbars.
-// Returns a rectangle with absolute coordinates: left, right (exclusive), top, bottom (exclusive).
-function getContentRect(el) {
-	var offset = el.offset(); // just outside of border, margin not included
-	var left = offset.left + getCssFloat(el, 'border-left-width') + getCssFloat(el, 'padding-left');
-	var top = offset.top + getCssFloat(el, 'border-top-width') + getCssFloat(el, 'padding-top');
-
-	return {
-		left: left,
-		right: left + el.width(),
-		top: top,
-		bottom: top + el.height()
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Returns the computed left/right/top/bottom scrollbar widths for the given jQuery element.
-// NOTE: should use clientLeft/clientTop, but very unreliable cross-browser.
-function getScrollbarWidths(el) {
-	var leftRightWidth = el.innerWidth() - el[0].clientWidth; // the paddings cancel out, leaving the scrollbars
-	var widths = {
-		left: 0,
-		right: 0,
-		top: 0,
-		bottom: el.innerHeight() - el[0].clientHeight // the paddings cancel out, leaving the bottom scrollbar
-	};
-
-	if (getIsLeftRtlScrollbars() && el.css('direction') == 'rtl') { // is the scrollbar on the left side?
-		widths.left = leftRightWidth;
-	}
-	else {
-		widths.right = leftRightWidth;
-	}
-
-	return widths;
-}
-
-
-// Logic for determining if, when the element is right-to-left, the scrollbar appears on the left side
-
-var _isLeftRtlScrollbars = null;
-
-function getIsLeftRtlScrollbars() { // responsible for caching the computation
-	if (_isLeftRtlScrollbars === null) {
-		_isLeftRtlScrollbars = computeIsLeftRtlScrollbars();
-	}
-	return _isLeftRtlScrollbars;
-}
-
-function computeIsLeftRtlScrollbars() { // creates an offscreen test element, then removes it
-	var el = $('<div><div/></div>')
-		.css({
-			position: 'absolute',
-			top: -1000,
-			left: 0,
-			border: 0,
-			padding: 0,
-			overflow: 'scroll',
-			direction: 'rtl'
-		})
-		.appendTo('body');
-	var innerEl = el.children();
-	var res = innerEl.offset().left > el.offset().left; // is the inner div shifted to accommodate a left scrollbar?
-	el.remove();
-	return res;
-}
-
-
-// Retrieves a jQuery element's computed CSS value as a floating-point number.
-// If the queried value is non-numeric (ex: IE can return "medium" for border width), will just return zero.
-function getCssFloat(el, prop) {
-	return parseFloat(el.css(prop)) || 0;
-}
-
-
-// Returns a boolean whether this was a left mouse click and no ctrl key (which means right click on Mac)
-function isPrimaryMouseButton(ev) {
-	return ev.which == 1 && !ev.ctrlKey;
-}
-
-
-/* Geometry
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-fc.intersectRects = intersectRects;
-
-// Returns a new rectangle that is the intersection of the two rectangles. If they don't intersect, returns false
-function intersectRects(rect1, rect2) {
-	var res = {
-		left: Math.max(rect1.left, rect2.left),
-		right: Math.min(rect1.right, rect2.right),
-		top: Math.max(rect1.top, rect2.top),
-		bottom: Math.min(rect1.bottom, rect2.bottom)
-	};
-
-	if (res.left < res.right && res.top < res.bottom) {
-		return res;
-	}
-	return false;
-}
-
-
-// Returns a new point that will have been moved to reside within the given rectangle
-function constrainPoint(point, rect) {
-	return {
-		left: Math.min(Math.max(point.left, rect.left), rect.right),
-		top: Math.min(Math.max(point.top, rect.top), rect.bottom)
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Returns a point that is the center of the given rectangle
-function getRectCenter(rect) {
-	return {
-		left: (rect.left + rect.right) / 2,
-		top: (rect.top + rect.bottom) / 2
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Subtracts point2's coordinates from point1's coordinates, returning a delta
-function diffPoints(point1, point2) {
-	return {
-		left: point1.left - point2.left,
-		top: point1.top - point2.top
-	};
-}
-
-
-/* Object Ordering by Field
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-fc.parseFieldSpecs = parseFieldSpecs;
-fc.compareByFieldSpecs = compareByFieldSpecs;
-fc.compareByFieldSpec = compareByFieldSpec;
-fc.flexibleCompare = flexibleCompare;
-
-
-function parseFieldSpecs(input) {
-	var specs = [];
-	var tokens = [];
-	var i, token;
-
-	if (typeof input === 'string') {
-		tokens = input.split(/\s*,\s*/);
-	}
-	else if (typeof input === 'function') {
-		tokens = [ input ];
-	}
-	else if ($.isArray(input)) {
-		tokens = input;
-	}
-
-	for (i = 0; i < tokens.length; i++) {
-		token = tokens[i];
-
-		if (typeof token === 'string') {
-			specs.push(
-				token.charAt(0) == '-' ?
-					{ field: token.substring(1), order: -1 } :
-					{ field: token, order: 1 }
-			);
-		}
-		else if (typeof token === 'function') {
-			specs.push({ func: token });
-		}
-	}
-
-	return specs;
-}
-
-
-function compareByFieldSpecs(obj1, obj2, fieldSpecs) {
-	var i;
-	var cmp;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < fieldSpecs.length; i++) {
-		cmp = compareByFieldSpec(obj1, obj2, fieldSpecs[i]);
-		if (cmp) {
-			return cmp;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return 0;
-}
-
-
-function compareByFieldSpec(obj1, obj2, fieldSpec) {
-	if (fieldSpec.func) {
-		return fieldSpec.func(obj1, obj2);
-	}
-	return flexibleCompare(obj1[fieldSpec.field], obj2[fieldSpec.field]) *
-		(fieldSpec.order || 1);
-}
-
-
-function flexibleCompare(a, b) {
-	if (!a && !b) {
-		return 0;
-	}
-	if (b == null) {
-		return -1;
-	}
-	if (a == null) {
-		return 1;
-	}
-	if ($.type(a) === 'string' || $.type(b) === 'string') {
-		return String(a).localeCompare(String(b));
-	}
-	return a - b;
-}
-
-
-/* FullCalendar-specific Misc Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-// Creates a basic segment with the intersection of the two ranges. Returns undefined if no intersection.
-// Expects all dates to be normalized to the same timezone beforehand.
-// TODO: move to date section?
-function intersectionToSeg(subjectRange, constraintRange) {
-	var subjectStart = subjectRange.start;
-	var subjectEnd = subjectRange.end;
-	var constraintStart = constraintRange.start;
-	var constraintEnd = constraintRange.end;
-	var segStart, segEnd;
-	var isStart, isEnd;
-
-	if (subjectEnd > constraintStart && subjectStart < constraintEnd) { // in bounds at all?
-
-		if (subjectStart >= constraintStart) {
-			segStart = subjectStart.clone();
-			isStart = true;
-		}
-		else {
-			segStart = constraintStart.clone();
-			isStart =  false;
-		}
-
-		if (subjectEnd <= constraintEnd) {
-			segEnd = subjectEnd.clone();
-			isEnd = true;
-		}
-		else {
-			segEnd = constraintEnd.clone();
-			isEnd = false;
-		}
-
-		return {
-			start: segStart,
-			end: segEnd,
-			isStart: isStart,
-			isEnd: isEnd
-		};
-	}
-}
-
-
-/* Date Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-fc.computeIntervalUnit = computeIntervalUnit;
-fc.divideRangeByDuration = divideRangeByDuration;
-fc.divideDurationByDuration = divideDurationByDuration;
-fc.multiplyDuration = multiplyDuration;
-fc.durationHasTime = durationHasTime;
-
-var dayIDs = [ 'sun', 'mon', 'tue', 'wed', 'thu', 'fri', 'sat' ];
-var intervalUnits = [ 'year', 'month', 'week', 'day', 'hour', 'minute', 'second', 'millisecond' ];
-
-
-// Diffs the two moments into a Duration where full-days are recorded first, then the remaining time.
-// Moments will have their timezones normalized.
-function diffDayTime(a, b) {
-	return moment.duration({
-		days: a.clone().stripTime().diff(b.clone().stripTime(), 'days'),
-		ms: a.time() - b.time() // time-of-day from day start. disregards timezone
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Diffs the two moments via their start-of-day (regardless of timezone). Produces whole-day durations.
-function diffDay(a, b) {
-	return moment.duration({
-		days: a.clone().stripTime().diff(b.clone().stripTime(), 'days')
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Diffs two moments, producing a duration, made of a whole-unit-increment of the given unit. Uses rounding.
-function diffByUnit(a, b, unit) {
-	return moment.duration(
-		Math.round(a.diff(b, unit, true)), // returnFloat=true
-		unit
-	);
-}
-
-
-// Computes the unit name of the largest whole-unit period of time.
-// For example, 48 hours will be "days" whereas 49 hours will be "hours".
-// Accepts start/end, a range object, or an original duration object.
-function computeIntervalUnit(start, end) {
-	var i, unit;
-	var val;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < intervalUnits.length; i++) {
-		unit = intervalUnits[i];
-		val = computeRangeAs(unit, start, end);
-
-		if (val >= 1 && isInt(val)) {
-			break;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return unit; // will be "milliseconds" if nothing else matches
-}
-
-
-// Computes the number of units (like "hours") in the given range.
-// Range can be a {start,end} object, separate start/end args, or a Duration.
-// Results are based on Moment's .as() and .diff() methods, so results can depend on internal handling
-// of month-diffing logic (which tends to vary from version to version).
-function computeRangeAs(unit, start, end) {
-
-	if (end != null) { // given start, end
-		return end.diff(start, unit, true);
-	}
-	else if (moment.isDuration(start)) { // given duration
-		return start.as(unit);
-	}
-	else { // given { start, end } range object
-		return start.end.diff(start.start, unit, true);
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Intelligently divides a range (specified by a start/end params) by a duration
-function divideRangeByDuration(start, end, dur) {
-	var months;
-
-	if (durationHasTime(dur)) {
-		return (end - start) / dur;
-	}
-	months = dur.asMonths();
-	if (Math.abs(months) >= 1 && isInt(months)) {
-		return end.diff(start, 'months', true) / months;
-	}
-	return end.diff(start, 'days', true) / dur.asDays();
-}
-
-
-// Intelligently divides one duration by another
-function divideDurationByDuration(dur1, dur2) {
-	var months1, months2;
-
-	if (durationHasTime(dur1) || durationHasTime(dur2)) {
-		return dur1 / dur2;
-	}
-	months1 = dur1.asMonths();
-	months2 = dur2.asMonths();
-	if (
-		Math.abs(months1) >= 1 && isInt(months1) &&
-		Math.abs(months2) >= 1 && isInt(months2)
-	) {
-		return months1 / months2;
-	}
-	return dur1.asDays() / dur2.asDays();
-}
-
-
-// Intelligently multiplies a duration by a number
-function multiplyDuration(dur, n) {
-	var months;
-
-	if (durationHasTime(dur)) {
-		return moment.duration(dur * n);
-	}
-	months = dur.asMonths();
-	if (Math.abs(months) >= 1 && isInt(months)) {
-		return moment.duration({ months: months * n });
-	}
-	return moment.duration({ days: dur.asDays() * n });
-}
-
-
-// Returns a boolean about whether the given duration has any time parts (hours/minutes/seconds/ms)
-function durationHasTime(dur) {
-	return Boolean(dur.hours() || dur.minutes() || dur.seconds() || dur.milliseconds());
-}
-
-
-function isNativeDate(input) {
-	return  Object.prototype.toString.call(input) === '[object Date]' || input instanceof Date;
-}
-
-
-// Returns a boolean about whether the given input is a time string, like "06:40:00" or "06:00"
-function isTimeString(str) {
-	return /^\d+\:\d+(?:\:\d+\.?(?:\d{3})?)?$/.test(str);
-}
-
-
-/* Logging and Debug
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-fc.log = function() {
-	var console = window.console;
-
-	if (console && console.log) {
-		return console.log.apply(console, arguments);
-	}
-};
-
-fc.warn = function() {
-	var console = window.console;
-
-	if (console && console.warn) {
-		return console.warn.apply(console, arguments);
-	}
-	else {
-		return fc.log.apply(fc, arguments);
-	}
-};
-
-
-/* General Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var hasOwnPropMethod = {}.hasOwnProperty;
-
-
-// Merges an array of objects into a single object.
-// The second argument allows for an array of property names who's object values will be merged together.
-function mergeProps(propObjs, complexProps) {
-	var dest = {};
-	var i, name;
-	var complexObjs;
-	var j, val;
-	var props;
-
-	if (complexProps) {
-		for (i = 0; i < complexProps.length; i++) {
-			name = complexProps[i];
-			complexObjs = [];
-
-			// collect the trailing object values, stopping when a non-object is discovered
-			for (j = propObjs.length - 1; j >= 0; j--) {
-				val = propObjs[j][name];
-
-				if (typeof val === 'object') {
-					complexObjs.unshift(val);
-				}
-				else if (val !== undefined) {
-					dest[name] = val; // if there were no objects, this value will be used
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-
-			// if the trailing values were objects, use the merged value
-			if (complexObjs.length) {
-				dest[name] = mergeProps(complexObjs);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	// copy values into the destination, going from last to first
-	for (i = propObjs.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
-		props = propObjs[i];
-
-		for (name in props) {
-			if (!(name in dest)) { // if already assigned by previous props or complex props, don't reassign
-				dest[name] = props[name];
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	return dest;
-}
-
-
-// Create an object that has the given prototype. Just like Object.create
-function createObject(proto) {
-	var f = function() {};
-	f.prototype = proto;
-	return new f();
-}
-
-
-function copyOwnProps(src, dest) {
-	for (var name in src) {
-		if (hasOwnProp(src, name)) {
-			dest[name] = src[name];
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Copies over certain methods with the same names as Object.prototype methods. Overcomes an IE<=8 bug:
-// https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/ECMAScript_DontEnum_attribute#JScript_DontEnum_Bug
-function copyNativeMethods(src, dest) {
-	var names = [ 'constructor', 'toString', 'valueOf' ];
-	var i, name;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < names.length; i++) {
-		name = names[i];
-
-		if (src[name] !== Object.prototype[name]) {
-			dest[name] = src[name];
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-
-function hasOwnProp(obj, name) {
-	return hasOwnPropMethod.call(obj, name);
-}
-
-
-// Is the given value a non-object non-function value?
-function isAtomic(val) {
-	return /undefined|null|boolean|number|string/.test($.type(val));
-}
-
-
-function applyAll(functions, thisObj, args) {
-	if ($.isFunction(functions)) {
-		functions = [ functions ];
-	}
-	if (functions) {
-		var i;
-		var ret;
-		for (i=0; i<functions.length; i++) {
-			ret = functions[i].apply(thisObj, args) || ret;
-		}
-		return ret;
-	}
-}
-
-
-function firstDefined() {
-	for (var i=0; i<arguments.length; i++) {
-		if (arguments[i] !== undefined) {
-			return arguments[i];
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-
-function htmlEscape(s) {
-	return (s + '').replace(/&/g, '&amp;')
-		.replace(/</g, '&lt;')
-		.replace(/>/g, '&gt;')
-		.replace(/'/g, '&#039;')
-		.replace(/"/g, '&quot;')
-		.replace(/\n/g, '<br />');
-}
-
-
-function stripHtmlEntities(text) {
-	return text.replace(/&.*?;/g, '');
-}
-
-
-// Given a hash of CSS properties, returns a string of CSS.
-// Uses property names as-is (no camel-case conversion). Will not make statements for null/undefined values.
-function cssToStr(cssProps) {
-	var statements = [];
-
-	$.each(cssProps, function(name, val) {
-		if (val != null) {
-			statements.push(name + ':' + val);
-		}
-	});
-
-	return statements.join(';');
-}
-
-
-function capitaliseFirstLetter(str) {
-	return str.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + str.slice(1);
-}
-
-
-function compareNumbers(a, b) { // for .sort()
-	return a - b;
-}
-
-
-function isInt(n) {
-	return n % 1 === 0;
-}
-
-
-// Returns a method bound to the given object context.
-// Just like one of the jQuery.proxy signatures, but without the undesired behavior of treating the same method with
-// different contexts as identical when binding/unbinding events.
-function proxy(obj, methodName) {
-	var method = obj[methodName];
-
-	return function() {
-		return method.apply(obj, arguments);
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Returns a function, that, as long as it continues to be invoked, will not
-// be triggered. The function will be called after it stops being called for
-// N milliseconds.
-// https://github.com/jashkenas/underscore/blob/1.6.0/underscore.js#L714
-function debounce(func, wait) {
-	var timeoutId;
-	var args;
-	var context;
-	var timestamp; // of most recent call
-	var later = function() {
-		var last = +new Date() - timestamp;
-		if (last < wait && last > 0) {
-			timeoutId = setTimeout(later, wait - last);
-		}
-		else {
-			timeoutId = null;
-			func.apply(context, args);
-			if (!timeoutId) {
-				context = args = null;
-			}
-		}
-	};
-
-	return function() {
-		context = this;
-		args = arguments;
-		timestamp = +new Date();
-		if (!timeoutId) {
-			timeoutId = setTimeout(later, wait);
-		}
-	};
-}
-
-;;
-
-var ambigDateOfMonthRegex = /^\s*\d{4}-\d\d$/;
-var ambigTimeOrZoneRegex =
-	/^\s*\d{4}-(?:(\d\d-\d\d)|(W\d\d$)|(W\d\d-\d)|(\d\d\d))((T| )(\d\d(:\d\d(:\d\d(\.\d+)?)?)?)?)?$/;
-var newMomentProto = moment.fn; // where we will attach our new methods
-var oldMomentProto = $.extend({}, newMomentProto); // copy of original moment methods
-var allowValueOptimization;
-var setUTCValues; // function defined below
-var setLocalValues; // function defined below
-
-
-// Creating
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// Creates a new moment, similar to the vanilla moment(...) constructor, but with
-// extra features (ambiguous time, enhanced formatting). When given an existing moment,
-// it will function as a clone (and retain the zone of the moment). Anything else will
-// result in a moment in the local zone.
-fc.moment = function() {
-	return makeMoment(arguments);
-};
-
-// Sames as fc.moment, but forces the resulting moment to be in the UTC timezone.
-fc.moment.utc = function() {
-	var mom = makeMoment(arguments, true);
-
-	// Force it into UTC because makeMoment doesn't guarantee it
-	// (if given a pre-existing moment for example)
-	if (mom.hasTime()) { // don't give ambiguously-timed moments a UTC zone
-		mom.utc();
-	}
-
-	return mom;
-};
-
-// Same as fc.moment, but when given an ISO8601 string, the timezone offset is preserved.
-// ISO8601 strings with no timezone offset will become ambiguously zoned.
-fc.moment.parseZone = function() {
-	return makeMoment(arguments, true, true);
-};
-
-// Builds an enhanced moment from args. When given an existing moment, it clones. When given a
-// native Date, or called with no arguments (the current time), the resulting moment will be local.
-// Anything else needs to be "parsed" (a string or an array), and will be affected by:
-//    parseAsUTC - if there is no zone information, should we parse the input in UTC?
-//    parseZone - if there is zone information, should we force the zone of the moment?
-function makeMoment(args, parseAsUTC, parseZone) {
-	var input = args[0];
-	var isSingleString = args.length == 1 && typeof input === 'string';
-	var isAmbigTime;
-	var isAmbigZone;
-	var ambigMatch;
-	var mom;
-
-	if (moment.isMoment(input)) {
-		mom = moment.apply(null, args); // clone it
-		transferAmbigs(input, mom); // the ambig flags weren't transfered with the clone
-	}
-	else if (isNativeDate(input) || input === undefined) {
-		mom = moment.apply(null, args); // will be local
-	}
-	else { // "parsing" is required
-		isAmbigTime = false;
-		isAmbigZone = false;
-
-		if (isSingleString) {
-			if (ambigDateOfMonthRegex.test(input)) {
-				// accept strings like '2014-05', but convert to the first of the month
-				input += '-01';
-				args = [ input ]; // for when we pass it on to moment's constructor
-				isAmbigTime = true;
-				isAmbigZone = true;
-			}
-			else if ((ambigMatch = ambigTimeOrZoneRegex.exec(input))) {
-				isAmbigTime = !ambigMatch[5]; // no time part?
-				isAmbigZone = true;
-			}
-		}
-		else if ($.isArray(input)) {
-			// arrays have no timezone information, so assume ambiguous zone
-			isAmbigZone = true;
-		}
-		// otherwise, probably a string with a format
-
-		if (parseAsUTC || isAmbigTime) {
-			mom = moment.utc.apply(moment, args);
-		}
-		else {
-			mom = moment.apply(null, args);
-		}
-
-		if (isAmbigTime) {
-			mom._ambigTime = true;
-			mom._ambigZone = true; // ambiguous time always means ambiguous zone
-		}
-		else if (parseZone) { // let's record the inputted zone somehow
-			if (isAmbigZone) {
-				mom._ambigZone = true;
-			}
-			else if (isSingleString) {
-				if (mom.utcOffset) {
-					mom.utcOffset(input); // if not a valid zone, will assign UTC
-				}
-				else {
-					mom.zone(input); // for moment-pre-2.9
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	mom._fullCalendar = true; // flag for extended functionality
-
-	return mom;
-}
-
-
-// A clone method that works with the flags related to our enhanced functionality.
-// In the future, use moment.momentProperties
-newMomentProto.clone = function() {
-	var mom = oldMomentProto.clone.apply(this, arguments);
-
-	// these flags weren't transfered with the clone
-	transferAmbigs(this, mom);
-	if (this._fullCalendar) {
-		mom._fullCalendar = true;
-	}
-
-	return mom;
-};
-
-
-// Week Number
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-// Returns the week number, considering the locale's custom week number calcuation
-// `weeks` is an alias for `week`
-newMomentProto.week = newMomentProto.weeks = function(input) {
-	var weekCalc = (this._locale || this._lang) // works pre-moment-2.8
-		._fullCalendar_weekCalc;
-
-	if (input == null && typeof weekCalc === 'function') { // custom function only works for getter
-		return weekCalc(this);
-	}
-	else if (weekCalc === 'ISO') {
-		return oldMomentProto.isoWeek.apply(this, arguments); // ISO getter/setter
-	}
-
-	return oldMomentProto.week.apply(this, arguments); // local getter/setter
-};
-
-
-// Time-of-day
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// GETTER
-// Returns a Duration with the hours/minutes/seconds/ms values of the moment.
-// If the moment has an ambiguous time, a duration of 00:00 will be returned.
-//
-// SETTER
-// You can supply a Duration, a Moment, or a Duration-like argument.
-// When setting the time, and the moment has an ambiguous time, it then becomes unambiguous.
-newMomentProto.time = function(time) {
-
-	// Fallback to the original method (if there is one) if this moment wasn't created via FullCalendar.
-	// `time` is a generic enough method name where this precaution is necessary to avoid collisions w/ other plugins.
-	if (!this._fullCalendar) {
-		return oldMomentProto.time.apply(this, arguments);
-	}
-
-	if (time == null) { // getter
-		return moment.duration({
-			hours: this.hours(),
-			minutes: this.minutes(),
-			seconds: this.seconds(),
-			milliseconds: this.milliseconds()
-		});
-	}
-	else { // setter
-
-		this._ambigTime = false; // mark that the moment now has a time
-
-		if (!moment.isDuration(time) && !moment.isMoment(time)) {
-			time = moment.duration(time);
-		}
-
-		// The day value should cause overflow (so 24 hours becomes 00:00:00 of next day).
-		// Only for Duration times, not Moment times.
-		var dayHours = 0;
-		if (moment.isDuration(time)) {
-			dayHours = Math.floor(time.asDays()) * 24;
-		}
-
-		// We need to set the individual fields.
-		// Can't use startOf('day') then add duration. In case of DST at start of day.
-		return this.hours(dayHours + time.hours())
-			.minutes(time.minutes())
-			.seconds(time.seconds())
-			.milliseconds(time.milliseconds());
-	}
-};
-
-// Converts the moment to UTC, stripping out its time-of-day and timezone offset,
-// but preserving its YMD. A moment with a stripped time will display no time
-// nor timezone offset when .format() is called.
-newMomentProto.stripTime = function() {
-	var a;
-
-	if (!this._ambigTime) {
-
-		// get the values before any conversion happens
-		a = this.toArray(); // array of y/m/d/h/m/s/ms
-
-		// TODO: use keepLocalTime in the future
-		this.utc(); // set the internal UTC flag (will clear the ambig flags)
-		setUTCValues(this, a.slice(0, 3)); // set the year/month/date. time will be zero
-
-		// Mark the time as ambiguous. This needs to happen after the .utc() call, which might call .utcOffset(),
-		// which clears all ambig flags. Same with setUTCValues with moment-timezone.
-		this._ambigTime = true;
-		this._ambigZone = true; // if ambiguous time, also ambiguous timezone offset
-	}
-
-	return this; // for chaining
-};
-
-// Returns if the moment has a non-ambiguous time (boolean)
-newMomentProto.hasTime = function() {
-	return !this._ambigTime;
-};
-
-
-// Timezone
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// Converts the moment to UTC, stripping out its timezone offset, but preserving its
-// YMD and time-of-day. A moment with a stripped timezone offset will display no
-// timezone offset when .format() is called.
-// TODO: look into Moment's keepLocalTime functionality
-newMomentProto.stripZone = function() {
-	var a, wasAmbigTime;
-
-	if (!this._ambigZone) {
-
-		// get the values before any conversion happens
-		a = this.toArray(); // array of y/m/d/h/m/s/ms
-		wasAmbigTime = this._ambigTime;
-
-		this.utc(); // set the internal UTC flag (might clear the ambig flags, depending on Moment internals)
-		setUTCValues(this, a); // will set the year/month/date/hours/minutes/seconds/ms
-
-		// the above call to .utc()/.utcOffset() unfortunately might clear the ambig flags, so restore
-		this._ambigTime = wasAmbigTime || false;
-
-		// Mark the zone as ambiguous. This needs to happen after the .utc() call, which might call .utcOffset(),
-		// which clears the ambig flags. Same with setUTCValues with moment-timezone.
-		this._ambigZone = true;
-	}
-
-	return this; // for chaining
-};
-
-// Returns of the moment has a non-ambiguous timezone offset (boolean)
-newMomentProto.hasZone = function() {
-	return !this._ambigZone;
-};
-
-
-// this method implicitly marks a zone
-newMomentProto.local = function() {
-	var a = this.toArray(); // year,month,date,hours,minutes,seconds,ms as an array
-	var wasAmbigZone = this._ambigZone;
-
-	oldMomentProto.local.apply(this, arguments);
-
-	// ensure non-ambiguous
-	// this probably already happened via local() -> utcOffset(), but don't rely on Moment's internals
-	this._ambigTime = false;
-	this._ambigZone = false;
-
-	if (wasAmbigZone) {
-		// If the moment was ambiguously zoned, the date fields were stored as UTC.
-		// We want to preserve these, but in local time.
-		// TODO: look into Moment's keepLocalTime functionality
-		setLocalValues(this, a);
-	}
-
-	return this; // for chaining
-};
-
-
-// implicitly marks a zone
-newMomentProto.utc = function() {
-	oldMomentProto.utc.apply(this, arguments);
-
-	// ensure non-ambiguous
-	// this probably already happened via utc() -> utcOffset(), but don't rely on Moment's internals
-	this._ambigTime = false;
-	this._ambigZone = false;
-
-	return this;
-};
-
-
-// methods for arbitrarily manipulating timezone offset.
-// should clear time/zone ambiguity when called.
-$.each([
-	'zone', // only in moment-pre-2.9. deprecated afterwards
-	'utcOffset'
-], function(i, name) {
-	if (oldMomentProto[name]) { // original method exists?
-
-		// this method implicitly marks a zone (will probably get called upon .utc() and .local())
-		newMomentProto[name] = function(tzo) {
-
-			if (tzo != null) { // setter
-				// these assignments needs to happen before the original zone method is called.
-				// I forget why, something to do with a browser crash.
-				this._ambigTime = false;
-				this._ambigZone = false;
-			}
-
-			return oldMomentProto[name].apply(this, arguments);
-		};
-	}
-});
-
-
-// Formatting
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-newMomentProto.format = function() {
-	if (this._fullCalendar && arguments[0]) { // an enhanced moment? and a format string provided?
-		return formatDate(this, arguments[0]); // our extended formatting
-	}
-	if (this._ambigTime) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD');
-	}
-	if (this._ambigZone) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD[T]HH:mm:ss');
-	}
-	return oldMomentProto.format.apply(this, arguments);
-};
-
-newMomentProto.toISOString = function() {
-	if (this._ambigTime) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD');
-	}
-	if (this._ambigZone) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD[T]HH:mm:ss');
-	}
-	return oldMomentProto.toISOString.apply(this, arguments);
-};
-
-
-// Querying
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// Is the moment within the specified range? `end` is exclusive.
-// FYI, this method is not a standard Moment method, so always do our enhanced logic.
-newMomentProto.isWithin = function(start, end) {
-	var a = commonlyAmbiguate([ this, start, end ]);
-	return a[0] >= a[1] && a[0] < a[2];
-};
-
-// When isSame is called with units, timezone ambiguity is normalized before the comparison happens.
-// If no units specified, the two moments must be identically the same, with matching ambig flags.
-newMomentProto.isSame = function(input, units) {
-	var a;
-
-	// only do custom logic if this is an enhanced moment
-	if (!this._fullCalendar) {
-		return oldMomentProto.isSame.apply(this, arguments);
-	}
-
-	if (units) {
-		a = commonlyAmbiguate([ this, input ], true); // normalize timezones but don't erase times
-		return oldMomentProto.isSame.call(a[0], a[1], units);
-	}
-	else {
-		input = fc.moment.parseZone(input); // normalize input
-		return oldMomentProto.isSame.call(this, input) &&
-			Boolean(this._ambigTime) === Boolean(input._ambigTime) &&
-			Boolean(this._ambigZone) === Boolean(input._ambigZone);
-	}
-};
-
-// Make these query methods work with ambiguous moments
-$.each([
-	'isBefore',
-	'isAfter'
-], function(i, methodName) {
-	newMomentProto[methodName] = function(input, units) {
-		var a;
-
-		// only do custom logic if this is an enhanced moment
-		if (!this._fullCalendar) {
-			return oldMomentProto[methodName].apply(this, arguments);
-		}
-
-		a = commonlyAmbiguate([ this, input ]);
-		return oldMomentProto[methodName].call(a[0], a[1], units);
-	};
-});
-
-
-// Misc Internals
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// given an array of moment-like inputs, return a parallel array w/ moments similarly ambiguated.
-// for example, of one moment has ambig time, but not others, all moments will have their time stripped.
-// set `preserveTime` to `true` to keep times, but only normalize zone ambiguity.
-// returns the original moments if no modifications are necessary.
-function commonlyAmbiguate(inputs, preserveTime) {
-	var anyAmbigTime = false;
-	var anyAmbigZone = false;
-	var len = inputs.length;
-	var moms = [];
-	var i, mom;
-
-	// parse inputs into real moments and query their ambig flags
-	for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
-		mom = inputs[i];
-		if (!moment.isMoment(mom)) {
-			mom = fc.moment.parseZone(mom);
-		}
-		anyAmbigTime = anyAmbigTime || mom._ambigTime;
-		anyAmbigZone = anyAmbigZone || mom._ambigZone;
-		moms.push(mom);
-	}
-
-	// strip each moment down to lowest common ambiguity
-	// use clones to avoid modifying the original moments
-	for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
-		mom = moms[i];
-		if (!preserveTime && anyAmbigTime && !mom._ambigTime) {
-			moms[i] = mom.clone().stripTime();
-		}
-		else if (anyAmbigZone && !mom._ambigZone) {
-			moms[i] = mom.clone().stripZone();
-		}
-	}
-
-	return moms;
-}
-
-// Transfers all the flags related to ambiguous time/zone from the `src` moment to the `dest` moment
-// TODO: look into moment.momentProperties for this.
-function transferAmbigs(src, dest) {
-	if (src._ambigTime) {
-		dest._ambigTime = true;
-	}
-	else if (dest._ambigTime) {
-		dest._ambigTime = false;
-	}
-
-	if (src._ambigZone) {
-		dest._ambigZone = true;
-	}
-	else if (dest._ambigZone) {
-		dest._ambigZone = false;
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Sets the year/month/date/etc values of the moment from the given array.
-// Inefficient because it calls each individual setter.
-function setMomentValues(mom, a) {
-	mom.year(a[0] || 0)
-		.month(a[1] || 0)
-		.date(a[2] || 0)
-		.hours(a[3] || 0)
-		.minutes(a[4] || 0)
-		.seconds(a[5] || 0)
-		.milliseconds(a[6] || 0);
-}
-
-// Can we set the moment's internal date directly?
-allowValueOptimization = '_d' in moment() && 'updateOffset' in moment;
-
-// Utility function. Accepts a moment and an array of the UTC year/month/date/etc values to set.
-// Assumes the given moment is already in UTC mode.
-setUTCValues = allowValueOptimization ? function(mom, a) {
-	// simlate what moment's accessors do
-	mom._d.setTime(Date.UTC.apply(Date, a));
-	moment.updateOffset(mom, false); // keepTime=false
-} : setMomentValues;
-
-// Utility function. Accepts a moment and an array of the local year/month/date/etc values to set.
-// Assumes the given moment is already in local mode.
-setLocalValues = allowValueOptimization ? function(mom, a) {
-	// simlate what moment's accessors do
-	mom._d.setTime(+new Date( // FYI, there is now way to apply an array of args to a constructor
-		a[0] || 0,
-		a[1] || 0,
-		a[2] || 0,
-		a[3] || 0,
-		a[4] || 0,
-		a[5] || 0,
-		a[6] || 0
-	));
-	moment.updateOffset(mom, false); // keepTime=false
-} : setMomentValues;
-
-;;
-
-// Single Date Formatting
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-// call this if you want Moment's original format method to be used
-function oldMomentFormat(mom, formatStr) {
-	return oldMomentProto.format.call(mom, formatStr); // oldMomentProto defined in moment-ext.js
-}
-
-
-// Formats `date` with a Moment formatting string, but allow our non-zero areas and
-// additional token.
-function formatDate(date, formatStr) {
-	return formatDateWithChunks(date, getFormatStringChunks(formatStr));
-}
-
-
-function formatDateWithChunks(date, chunks) {
-	var s = '';
-	var i;
-
-	for (i=0; i<chunks.length; i++) {
-		s += formatDateWithChunk(date, chunks[i]);
-	}
-
-	return s;
-}
-
-
-// addition formatting tokens we want recognized
-var tokenOverrides = {
-	t: function(date) { // "a" or "p"
-		return oldMomentFormat(date, 'a').charAt(0);
-	},
-	T: function(date) { // "A" or "P"
-		return oldMomentFormat(date, 'A').charAt(0);
-	}
-};
-
-
-function formatDateWithChunk(date, chunk) {
-	var token;
-	var maybeStr;
-
-	if (typeof chunk === 'string') { // a literal string
-		return chunk;
-	}
-	else if ((token = chunk.token)) { // a token, like "YYYY"
-		if (tokenOverrides[token]) {
-			return tokenOverrides[token](date); // use our custom token
-		}
-		return oldMomentFormat(date, token);
-	}
-	else if (chunk.maybe) { // a grouping of other chunks that must be non-zero
-		maybeStr = formatDateWithChunks(date, chunk.maybe);
-		if (maybeStr.match(/[1-9]/)) {
-			return maybeStr;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return '';
-}
-
-
-// Date Range Formatting
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-// TODO: make it work with timezone offset
-
-// Using a formatting string meant for a single date, generate a range string, like
-// "Sep 2 - 9 2013", that intelligently inserts a separator where the dates differ.
-// If the dates are the same as far as the format string is concerned, just return a single
-// rendering of one date, without any separator.
-function formatRange(date1, date2, formatStr, separator, isRTL) {
-	var localeData;
-
-	date1 = fc.moment.parseZone(date1);
-	date2 = fc.moment.parseZone(date2);
-
-	localeData = (date1.localeData || date1.lang).call(date1); // works with moment-pre-2.8
-
-	// Expand localized format strings, like "LL" -> "MMMM D YYYY"
-	formatStr = localeData.longDateFormat(formatStr) || formatStr;
-	// BTW, this is not important for `formatDate` because it is impossible to put custom tokens
-	// or non-zero areas in Moment's localized format strings.
-
-	separator = separator || ' - ';
-
-	return formatRangeWithChunks(
-		date1,
-		date2,
-		getFormatStringChunks(formatStr),
-		separator,
-		isRTL
-	);
-}
-fc.formatRange = formatRange; // expose
-
-
-function formatRangeWithChunks(date1, date2, chunks, separator, isRTL) {
-	var chunkStr; // the rendering of the chunk
-	var leftI;
-	var leftStr = '';
-	var rightI;
-	var rightStr = '';
-	var middleI;
-	var middleStr1 = '';
-	var middleStr2 = '';
-	var middleStr = '';
-
-	// Start at the leftmost side of the formatting string and continue until you hit a token
-	// that is not the same between dates.
-	for (leftI=0; leftI<chunks.length; leftI++) {
-		chunkStr = formatSimilarChunk(date1, date2, chunks[leftI]);
-		if (chunkStr === false) {
-			break;
-		}
-		leftStr += chunkStr;
-	}
-
-	// Similarly, start at the rightmost side of the formatting string and move left
-	for (rightI=chunks.length-1; rightI>leftI; rightI--) {
-		chunkStr = formatSimilarChunk(date1, date2, chunks[rightI]);
-		if (chunkStr === false) {
-			break;
-		}
-		rightStr = chunkStr + rightStr;
-	}
-
-	// The area in the middle is different for both of the dates.
-	// Collect them distinctly so we can jam them together later.
-	for (middleI=leftI; middleI<=rightI; middleI++) {
-		middleStr1 += formatDateWithChunk(date1, chunks[middleI]);
-		middleStr2 += formatDateWithChunk(date2, chunks[middleI]);
-	}
-
-	if (middleStr1 || middleStr2) {
-		if (isRTL) {
-			middleStr = middleStr2 + separator + middleStr1;
-		}
-		else {
-			middleStr = middleStr1 + separator + middleStr2;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return leftStr + middleStr + rightStr;
-}
-
-
-var similarUnitMap = {
-	Y: 'year',
-	M: 'month',
-	D: 'day', // day of month
-	d: 'day', // day of week
-	// prevents a separator between anything time-related...
-	A: 'second', // AM/PM
-	a: 'second', // am/pm
-	T: 'second', // A/P
-	t: 'second', // a/p
-	H: 'second', // hour (24)
-	h: 'second', // hour (12)
-	m: 'second', // minute
-	s: 'second' // second
-};
-// TODO: week maybe?
-
-
-// Given a formatting chunk, and given that both dates are similar in the regard the
-// formatting chunk is concerned, format date1 against `chunk`. Otherwise, return `false`.
-function formatSimilarChunk(date1, date2, chunk) {
-	var token;
-	var unit;
-
-	if (typeof chunk === 'string') { // a literal string
-		return chunk;
-	}
-	else if ((token = chunk.token)) {
-		unit = similarUnitMap[token.charAt(0)];
-		// are the dates the same for this unit of measurement?
-		if (unit && date1.isSame(date2, unit)) {
-			return oldMomentFormat(date1, token); // would be the same if we used `date2`
-			// BTW, don't support custom tokens
-		}
-	}
-
-	return false; // the chunk is NOT the same for the two dates
-	// BTW, don't support splitting on non-zero areas
-}
-
-
-// Chunking Utils
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-var formatStringChunkCache = {};
-
-
-function getFormatStringChunks(formatStr) {
-	if (formatStr in formatStringChunkCache) {
-		return formatStringChunkCache[formatStr];
-	}
-	return (formatStringChunkCache[formatStr] = chunkFormatString(formatStr));
-}
-
-
-// Break the formatting string into an array of chunks
-function chunkFormatString(formatStr) {
-	var chunks = [];
-	var chunker = /\[([^\]]*)\]|\(([^\)]*)\)|(LTS|LT|(\w)\4*o?)|([^\w\[\(]+)/g; // TODO: more descrimination
-	var match;
-
-	while ((match = chunker.exec(formatStr))) {
-		if (match[1]) { // a literal string inside [ ... ]
-			chunks.push(match[1]);
-		}
-		else if (match[2]) { // non-zero formatting inside ( ... )
-			chunks.push({ maybe: chunkFormatString(match[2]) });
-		}
-		else if (match[3]) { // a formatting token
-			chunks.push({ token: match[3] });
-		}
-		else if (match[5]) { // an unenclosed literal string
-			chunks.push(match[5]);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return chunks;
-}
-
-;;
-
-fc.Class = Class; // export
-
-// class that all other classes will inherit from
-function Class() { }
-
-// called upon a class to create a subclass
-Class.extend = function(members) {
-	var superClass = this;
-	var subClass;
-
-	members = members || {};
-
-	// ensure a constructor for the subclass, forwarding all arguments to the super-constructor if it doesn't exist
-	if (hasOwnProp(members, 'constructor')) {
-		subClass = members.constructor;
-	}
-	if (typeof subClass !== 'function') {
-		subClass = members.constructor = function() {
-			superClass.apply(this, arguments);
-		};
-	}
-
-	// build the base prototype for the subclass, which is an new object chained to the superclass's prototype
-	subClass.prototype = createObject(superClass.prototype);
-
-	// copy each member variable/method onto the the subclass's prototype
-	copyOwnProps(members, subClass.prototype);
-	copyNativeMethods(members, subClass.prototype); // hack for IE8
-
-	// copy over all class variables/methods to the subclass, such as `extend` and `mixin`
-	copyOwnProps(superClass, subClass);
-
-	return subClass;
-};
-
-// adds new member variables/methods to the class's prototype.
-// can be called with another class, or a plain object hash containing new members.
-Class.mixin = function(members) {
-	copyOwnProps(members.prototype || members, this.prototype); // TODO: copyNativeMethods?
-};
-;;
-
-var Emitter = fc.Emitter = Class.extend({
-
-	callbackHash: null,
-
-
-	on: function(name, callback) {
-		this.getCallbacks(name).add(callback);
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	off: function(name, callback) {
-		this.getCallbacks(name).remove(callback);
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	trigger: function(name) { // args...
-		var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1);
-
-		this.triggerWith(name, this, args);
-
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	triggerWith: function(name, context, args) {
-		var callbacks = this.getCallbacks(name);
-
-		callbacks.fireWith(context, args);
-
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	getCallbacks: function(name) {
-		var callbacks;
-
-		if (!this.callbackHash) {
-			this.callbackHash = {};
-		}
-
-		callbacks = this.callbackHash[name];
-		if (!callbacks) {
-			callbacks = this.callbackHash[name] = $.Callbacks();
-		}
-
-		return callbacks;
-	}
-
-});
-;;
-
-/* A rectangular panel that is absolutely positioned over other content
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Options:
-	- className (string)
-	- content (HTML string or jQuery element set)
-	- parentEl
-	- top
-	- left
-	- right (the x coord of where the right edge should be. not a "CSS" right)
-	- autoHide (boolean)
-	- show (callback)
-	- hide (callback)
-*/
-
-var Popover = Class.extend({
-
-	isHidden: true,
-	options: null,
-	el: null, // the container element for the popover. generated by this object
-	documentMousedownProxy: null, // document mousedown handler bound to `this`
-	margin: 10, // the space required between the popover and the edges of the scroll container
-
-
-	constructor: function(options) {
-		this.options = options || {};
-	},
-
-
-	// Shows the popover on the specified position. Renders it if not already
-	show: function() {
-		if (this.isHidden) {
-			if (!this.el) {
-				this.render();
-			}
-			this.el.show();
-			this.position();
-			this.isHidden = false;
-			this.trigger('show');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Hides the popover, through CSS, but does not remove it from the DOM
-	hide: function() {
-		if (!this.isHidden) {
-			this.el.hide();
-			this.isHidden = true;
-			this.trigger('hide');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Creates `this.el` and renders content inside of it
-	render: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var options = this.options;
-
-		this.el = $('<div class="fc-popover"/>')
-			.addClass(options.className || '')
-			.css({
-				// position initially to the top left to avoid creating scrollbars
-				top: 0,
-				left: 0
-			})
-			.append(options.content)
-			.appendTo(options.parentEl);
-
-		// when a click happens on anything inside with a 'fc-close' className, hide the popover
-		this.el.on('click', '.fc-close', function() {
-			_this.hide();
-		});
-
-		if (options.autoHide) {
-			$(document).on('mousedown', this.documentMousedownProxy = proxy(this, 'documentMousedown'));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggered when the user clicks *anywhere* in the document, for the autoHide feature
-	documentMousedown: function(ev) {
-		// only hide the popover if the click happened outside the popover
-		if (this.el && !$(ev.target).closest(this.el).length) {
-			this.hide();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Hides and unregisters any handlers
-	removeElement: function() {
-		this.hide();
-
-		if (this.el) {
-			this.el.remove();
-			this.el = null;
-		}
-
-		$(document).off('mousedown', this.documentMousedownProxy);
-	},
-
-
-	// Positions the popover optimally, using the top/left/right options
-	position: function() {
-		var options = this.options;
-		var origin = this.el.offsetParent().offset();
-		var width = this.el.outerWidth();
-		var height = this.el.outerHeight();
-		var windowEl = $(window);
-		var viewportEl = getScrollParent(this.el);
-		var viewportTop;
-		var viewportLeft;
-		var viewportOffset;
-		var top; // the "position" (not "offset") values for the popover
-		var left; //
-
-		// compute top and left
-		top = options.top || 0;
-		if (options.left !== undefined) {
-			left = options.left;
-		}
-		else if (options.right !== undefined) {
-			left = options.right - width; // derive the left value from the right value
-		}
-		else {
-			left = 0;
-		}
-
-		if (viewportEl.is(window) || viewportEl.is(document)) { // normalize getScrollParent's result
-			viewportEl = windowEl;
-			viewportTop = 0; // the window is always at the top left
-			viewportLeft = 0; // (and .offset() won't work if called here)
-		}
-		else {
-			viewportOffset = viewportEl.offset();
-			viewportTop = viewportOffset.top;
-			viewportLeft = viewportOffset.left;
-		}
-
-		// if the window is scrolled, it causes the visible area to be further down
-		viewportTop += windowEl.scrollTop();
-		viewportLeft += windowEl.scrollLeft();
-
-		// constrain to the view port. if constrained by two edges, give precedence to top/left
-		if (options.viewportConstrain !== false) {
-			top = Math.min(top, viewportTop + viewportEl.outerHeight() - height - this.margin);
-			top = Math.max(top, viewportTop + this.margin);
-			left = Math.min(left, viewportLeft + viewportEl.outerWidth() - width - this.margin);
-			left = Math.max(left, viewportLeft + this.margin);
-		}
-
-		this.el.css({
-			top: top - origin.top,
-			left: left - origin.left
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers a callback. Calls a function in the option hash of the same name.
-	// Arguments beyond the first `name` are forwarded on.
-	// TODO: better code reuse for this. Repeat code
-	trigger: function(name) {
-		if (this.options[name]) {
-			this.options[name].apply(this, Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1));
-		}
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* A "coordinate map" converts pixel coordinates into an associated cell, which has an associated date
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Common interface:
-
-	CoordMap.prototype = {
-		build: function() {},
-		getCell: function(x, y) {}
-	};
-
-*/
-
-/* Coordinate map for a grid component
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var GridCoordMap = Class.extend({
-
-	grid: null, // reference to the Grid
-	rowCoords: null, // array of {top,bottom} objects
-	colCoords: null, // array of {left,right} objects
-
-	containerEl: null, // container element that all coordinates are constrained to. optionally assigned
-	bounds: null,
-
-
-	constructor: function(grid) {
-		this.grid = grid;
-	},
-
-
-	// Queries the grid for the coordinates of all the cells
-	build: function() {
-		this.grid.build();
-		this.rowCoords = this.grid.computeRowCoords();
-		this.colCoords = this.grid.computeColCoords();
-		this.computeBounds();
-	},
-
-
-	// Clears the coordinates data to free up memory
-	clear: function() {
-		this.grid.clear();
-		this.rowCoords = null;
-		this.colCoords = null;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a coordinate of the document, gets the associated cell. If no cell is underneath, returns null
-	getCell: function(x, y) {
-		var rowCoords = this.rowCoords;
-		var rowCnt = rowCoords.length;
-		var colCoords = this.colCoords;
-		var colCnt = colCoords.length;
-		var hitRow = null;
-		var hitCol = null;
-		var i, coords;
-		var cell;
-
-		if (this.inBounds(x, y)) {
-
-			for (i = 0; i < rowCnt; i++) {
-				coords = rowCoords[i];
-				if (y >= coords.top && y < coords.bottom) {
-					hitRow = i;
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-
-			for (i = 0; i < colCnt; i++) {
-				coords = colCoords[i];
-				if (x >= coords.left && x < coords.right) {
-					hitCol = i;
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-
-			if (hitRow !== null && hitCol !== null) {
-
-				cell = this.grid.getCell(hitRow, hitCol); // expected to return a fresh object we can modify
-				cell.grid = this.grid; // for CellDragListener's isCellsEqual. dragging between grids
-
-				// make the coordinates available on the cell object
-				$.extend(cell, rowCoords[hitRow], colCoords[hitCol]);
-
-				return cell;
-			}
-		}
-
-		return null;
-	},
-
-
-	// If there is a containerEl, compute the bounds into min/max values
-	computeBounds: function() {
-		this.bounds = this.containerEl ?
-			getClientRect(this.containerEl) : // area within scrollbars
-			null;
-	},
-
-
-	// Determines if the given coordinates are in bounds. If no `containerEl`, always true
-	inBounds: function(x, y) {
-		var bounds = this.bounds;
-
-		if (bounds) {
-			return x >= bounds.left && x < bounds.right && y >= bounds.top && y < bounds.bottom;
-		}
-
-		return true;
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-/* Coordinate map that is a combination of multiple other coordinate maps
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var ComboCoordMap = Class.extend({
-
-	coordMaps: null, // an array of CoordMaps
-
-
-	constructor: function(coordMaps) {
-		this.coordMaps = coordMaps;
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds all coordMaps
-	build: function() {
-		var coordMaps = this.coordMaps;
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < coordMaps.length; i++) {
-			coordMaps[i].build();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Queries all coordMaps for the cell underneath the given coordinates, returning the first result
-	getCell: function(x, y) {
-		var coordMaps = this.coordMaps;
-		var cell = null;
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < coordMaps.length && !cell; i++) {
-			cell = coordMaps[i].getCell(x, y);
-		}
-
-		return cell;
-	},
-
-
-	// Clears all coordMaps
-	clear: function() {
-		var coordMaps = this.coordMaps;
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < coordMaps.length; i++) {
-			coordMaps[i].clear();
-		}
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Tracks a drag's mouse movement, firing various handlers
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var DragListener = fc.DragListener = Class.extend({
-
-	options: null,
-
-	isListening: false,
-	isDragging: false,
-
-	// coordinates of the initial mousedown
-	originX: null,
-	originY: null,
-
-	// handler attached to the document, bound to the DragListener's `this`
-	mousemoveProxy: null,
-	mouseupProxy: null,
-
-	// for IE8 bug-fighting behavior, for now
-	subjectEl: null, // the element being draged. optional
-	subjectHref: null,
-
-	scrollEl: null,
-	scrollBounds: null, // { top, bottom, left, right }
-	scrollTopVel: null, // pixels per second
-	scrollLeftVel: null, // pixels per second
-	scrollIntervalId: null, // ID of setTimeout for scrolling animation loop
-	scrollHandlerProxy: null, // this-scoped function for handling when scrollEl is scrolled
-
-	scrollSensitivity: 30, // pixels from edge for scrolling to start
-	scrollSpeed: 200, // pixels per second, at maximum speed
-	scrollIntervalMs: 50, // millisecond wait between scroll increment
-
-
-	constructor: function(options) {
-		options = options || {};
-		this.options = options;
-		this.subjectEl = options.subjectEl;
-	},
-
-
-	// Call this when the user does a mousedown. Will probably lead to startListening
-	mousedown: function(ev) {
-		if (isPrimaryMouseButton(ev)) {
-
-			ev.preventDefault(); // prevents native selection in most browsers
-
-			this.startListening(ev);
-
-			// start the drag immediately if there is no minimum distance for a drag start
-			if (!this.options.distance) {
-				this.startDrag(ev);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Call this to start tracking mouse movements
-	startListening: function(ev) {
-		var scrollParent;
-
-		if (!this.isListening) {
-
-			// grab scroll container and attach handler
-			if (ev && this.options.scroll) {
-				scrollParent = getScrollParent($(ev.target));
-				if (!scrollParent.is(window) && !scrollParent.is(document)) {
-					this.scrollEl = scrollParent;
-
-					// scope to `this`, and use `debounce` to make sure rapid calls don't happen
-					this.scrollHandlerProxy = debounce(proxy(this, 'scrollHandler'), 100);
-					this.scrollEl.on('scroll', this.scrollHandlerProxy);
-				}
-			}
-
-			$(document)
-				.on('mousemove', this.mousemoveProxy = proxy(this, 'mousemove'))
-				.on('mouseup', this.mouseupProxy = proxy(this, 'mouseup'))
-				.on('selectstart', this.preventDefault); // prevents native selection in IE<=8
-
-			if (ev) {
-				this.originX = ev.pageX;
-				this.originY = ev.pageY;
-			}
-			else {
-				// if no starting information was given, origin will be the topleft corner of the screen.
-				// if so, dx/dy in the future will be the absolute coordinates.
-				this.originX = 0;
-				this.originY = 0;
-			}
-
-			this.isListening = true;
-			this.listenStart(ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when drag listening has started (but a real drag has not necessarily began)
-	listenStart: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('listenStart', ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the user moves the mouse
-	mousemove: function(ev) {
-		var dx = ev.pageX - this.originX;
-		var dy = ev.pageY - this.originY;
-		var minDistance;
-		var distanceSq; // current distance from the origin, squared
-
-		if (!this.isDragging) { // if not already dragging...
-			// then start the drag if the minimum distance criteria is met
-			minDistance = this.options.distance || 1;
-			distanceSq = dx * dx + dy * dy;
-			if (distanceSq >= minDistance * minDistance) { // use pythagorean theorem
-				this.startDrag(ev);
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (this.isDragging) {
-			this.drag(dx, dy, ev); // report a drag, even if this mousemove initiated the drag
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Call this to initiate a legitimate drag.
-	// This function is called internally from this class, but can also be called explicitly from outside
-	startDrag: function(ev) {
-
-		if (!this.isListening) { // startDrag must have manually initiated
-			this.startListening();
-		}
-
-		if (!this.isDragging) {
-			this.isDragging = true;
-			this.dragStart(ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the actual drag has started (went beyond minDistance)
-	dragStart: function(ev) {
-		var subjectEl = this.subjectEl;
-
-		this.trigger('dragStart', ev);
-
-		// remove a mousedown'd <a>'s href so it is not visited (IE8 bug)
-		if ((this.subjectHref = subjectEl ? subjectEl.attr('href') : null)) {
-			subjectEl.removeAttr('href');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called while the mouse is being moved and when we know a legitimate drag is taking place
-	drag: function(dx, dy, ev) {
-		this.trigger('drag', dx, dy, ev);
-		this.updateScroll(ev); // will possibly cause scrolling
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the user does a mouseup
-	mouseup: function(ev) {
-		this.stopListening(ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the drag is over. Will not cause listening to stop however.
-	// A concluding 'cellOut' event will NOT be triggered.
-	stopDrag: function(ev) {
-		if (this.isDragging) {
-			this.stopScrolling();
-			this.dragStop(ev);
-			this.isDragging = false;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when dragging has been stopped
-	dragStop: function(ev) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		this.trigger('dragStop', ev);
-
-		// restore a mousedown'd <a>'s href (for IE8 bug)
-		setTimeout(function() { // must be outside of the click's execution
-			if (_this.subjectHref) {
-				_this.subjectEl.attr('href', _this.subjectHref);
-			}
-		}, 0);
-	},
-
-
-	// Call this to stop listening to the user's mouse events
-	stopListening: function(ev) {
-		this.stopDrag(ev); // if there's a current drag, kill it
-
-		if (this.isListening) {
-
-			// remove the scroll handler if there is a scrollEl
-			if (this.scrollEl) {
-				this.scrollEl.off('scroll', this.scrollHandlerProxy);
-				this.scrollHandlerProxy = null;
-			}
-
-			$(document)
-				.off('mousemove', this.mousemoveProxy)
-				.off('mouseup', this.mouseupProxy)
-				.off('selectstart', this.preventDefault);
-
-			this.mousemoveProxy = null;
-			this.mouseupProxy = null;
-
-			this.isListening = false;
-			this.listenStop(ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when drag listening has stopped
-	listenStop: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('listenStop', ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers a callback. Calls a function in the option hash of the same name.
-	// Arguments beyond the first `name` are forwarded on.
-	trigger: function(name) {
-		if (this.options[name]) {
-			this.options[name].apply(this, Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Stops a given mouse event from doing it's native browser action. In our case, text selection.
-	preventDefault: function(ev) {
-		ev.preventDefault();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Scrolling
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes and stores the bounding rectangle of scrollEl
-	computeScrollBounds: function() {
-		var el = this.scrollEl;
-
-		this.scrollBounds = el ? getOuterRect(el) : null;
-			// TODO: use getClientRect in future. but prevents auto scrolling when on top of scrollbars
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the dragging is in progress and scrolling should be updated
-	updateScroll: function(ev) {
-		var sensitivity = this.scrollSensitivity;
-		var bounds = this.scrollBounds;
-		var topCloseness, bottomCloseness;
-		var leftCloseness, rightCloseness;
-		var topVel = 0;
-		var leftVel = 0;
-
-		if (bounds) { // only scroll if scrollEl exists
-
-			// compute closeness to edges. valid range is from 0.0 - 1.0
-			topCloseness = (sensitivity - (ev.pageY - bounds.top)) / sensitivity;
-			bottomCloseness = (sensitivity - (bounds.bottom - ev.pageY)) / sensitivity;
-			leftCloseness = (sensitivity - (ev.pageX - bounds.left)) / sensitivity;
-			rightCloseness = (sensitivity - (bounds.right - ev.pageX)) / sensitivity;
-
-			// translate vertical closeness into velocity.
-			// mouse must be completely in bounds for velocity to happen.
-			if (topCloseness >= 0 && topCloseness <= 1) {
-				topVel = topCloseness * this.scrollSpeed * -1; // negative. for scrolling up
-			}
-			else if (bottomCloseness >= 0 && bottomCloseness <= 1) {
-				topVel = bottomCloseness * this.scrollSpeed;
-			}
-
-			// translate horizontal closeness into velocity
-			if (leftCloseness >= 0 && leftCloseness <= 1) {
-				leftVel = leftCloseness * this.scrollSpeed * -1; // negative. for scrolling left
-			}
-			else if (rightCloseness >= 0 && rightCloseness <= 1) {
-				leftVel = rightCloseness * this.scrollSpeed;
-			}
-		}
-
-		this.setScrollVel(topVel, leftVel);
-	},
-
-
-	// Sets the speed-of-scrolling for the scrollEl
-	setScrollVel: function(topVel, leftVel) {
-
-		this.scrollTopVel = topVel;
-		this.scrollLeftVel = leftVel;
-
-		this.constrainScrollVel(); // massages into realistic values
-
-		// if there is non-zero velocity, and an animation loop hasn't already started, then START
-		if ((this.scrollTopVel || this.scrollLeftVel) && !this.scrollIntervalId) {
-			this.scrollIntervalId = setInterval(
-				proxy(this, 'scrollIntervalFunc'), // scope to `this`
-				this.scrollIntervalMs
-			);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Forces scrollTopVel and scrollLeftVel to be zero if scrolling has already gone all the way
-	constrainScrollVel: function() {
-		var el = this.scrollEl;
-
-		if (this.scrollTopVel < 0) { // scrolling up?
-			if (el.scrollTop() <= 0) { // already scrolled all the way up?
-				this.scrollTopVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-		else if (this.scrollTopVel > 0) { // scrolling down?
-			if (el.scrollTop() + el[0].clientHeight >= el[0].scrollHeight) { // already scrolled all the way down?
-				this.scrollTopVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (this.scrollLeftVel < 0) { // scrolling left?
-			if (el.scrollLeft() <= 0) { // already scrolled all the left?
-				this.scrollLeftVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-		else if (this.scrollLeftVel > 0) { // scrolling right?
-			if (el.scrollLeft() + el[0].clientWidth >= el[0].scrollWidth) { // already scrolled all the way right?
-				this.scrollLeftVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// This function gets called during every iteration of the scrolling animation loop
-	scrollIntervalFunc: function() {
-		var el = this.scrollEl;
-		var frac = this.scrollIntervalMs / 1000; // considering animation frequency, what the vel should be mult'd by
-
-		// change the value of scrollEl's scroll
-		if (this.scrollTopVel) {
-			el.scrollTop(el.scrollTop() + this.scrollTopVel * frac);
-		}
-		if (this.scrollLeftVel) {
-			el.scrollLeft(el.scrollLeft() + this.scrollLeftVel * frac);
-		}
-
-		this.constrainScrollVel(); // since the scroll values changed, recompute the velocities
-
-		// if scrolled all the way, which causes the vels to be zero, stop the animation loop
-		if (!this.scrollTopVel && !this.scrollLeftVel) {
-			this.stopScrolling();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Kills any existing scrolling animation loop
-	stopScrolling: function() {
-		if (this.scrollIntervalId) {
-			clearInterval(this.scrollIntervalId);
-			this.scrollIntervalId = null;
-
-			// when all done with scrolling, recompute positions since they probably changed
-			this.scrollStop();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Get called when the scrollEl is scrolled (NOTE: this is delayed via debounce)
-	scrollHandler: function() {
-		// recompute all coordinates, but *only* if this is *not* part of our scrolling animation
-		if (!this.scrollIntervalId) {
-			this.scrollStop();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when scrolling has stopped, whether through auto scroll, or the user scrolling
-	scrollStop: function() {
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Tracks mouse movements over a CoordMap and raises events about which cell the mouse is over.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-options:
-- subjectEl
-- subjectCenter
-*/
-
-var CellDragListener = DragListener.extend({
-
-	coordMap: null, // converts coordinates to date cells
-	origCell: null, // the cell the mouse was over when listening started
-	cell: null, // the cell the mouse is over
-	coordAdjust: null, // delta that will be added to the mouse coordinates when computing collisions
-
-
-	constructor: function(coordMap, options) {
-		DragListener.prototype.constructor.call(this, options); // call the super-constructor
-
-		this.coordMap = coordMap;
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when drag listening starts (but a real drag has not necessarily began).
-	// ev might be undefined if dragging was started manually.
-	listenStart: function(ev) {
-		var subjectEl = this.subjectEl;
-		var subjectRect;
-		var origPoint;
-		var point;
-
-		DragListener.prototype.listenStart.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		this.computeCoords();
-
-		if (ev) {
-			origPoint = { left: ev.pageX, top: ev.pageY };
-			point = origPoint;
-
-			// constrain the point to bounds of the element being dragged
-			if (subjectEl) {
-				subjectRect = getOuterRect(subjectEl); // used for centering as well
-				point = constrainPoint(point, subjectRect);
-			}
-
-			this.origCell = this.getCell(point.left, point.top);
-
-			// treat the center of the subject as the collision point?
-			if (subjectEl && this.options.subjectCenter) {
-
-				// only consider the area the subject overlaps the cell. best for large subjects
-				if (this.origCell) {
-					subjectRect = intersectRects(this.origCell, subjectRect) ||
-						subjectRect; // in case there is no intersection
-				}
-
-				point = getRectCenter(subjectRect);
-			}
-
-			this.coordAdjust = diffPoints(point, origPoint); // point - origPoint
-		}
-		else {
-			this.origCell = null;
-			this.coordAdjust = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Recomputes the drag-critical positions of elements
-	computeCoords: function() {
-		this.coordMap.build();
-		this.computeScrollBounds();
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the actual drag has started
-	dragStart: function(ev) {
-		var cell;
-
-		DragListener.prototype.dragStart.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		cell = this.getCell(ev.pageX, ev.pageY); // might be different from this.origCell if the min-distance is large
-
-		// report the initial cell the mouse is over
-		// especially important if no min-distance and drag starts immediately
-		if (cell) {
-			this.cellOver(cell);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the drag moves
-	drag: function(dx, dy, ev) {
-		var cell;
-
-		DragListener.prototype.drag.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		cell = this.getCell(ev.pageX, ev.pageY);
-
-		if (!isCellsEqual(cell, this.cell)) { // a different cell than before?
-			if (this.cell) {
-				this.cellOut();
-			}
-			if (cell) {
-				this.cellOver(cell);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when dragging has been stopped
-	dragStop: function() {
-		this.cellDone();
-		DragListener.prototype.dragStop.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when a the mouse has just moved over a new cell
-	cellOver: function(cell) {
-		this.cell = cell;
-		this.trigger('cellOver', cell, isCellsEqual(cell, this.origCell), this.origCell);
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the mouse has just moved out of a cell
-	cellOut: function() {
-		if (this.cell) {
-			this.trigger('cellOut', this.cell);
-			this.cellDone();
-			this.cell = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called after a cellOut. Also called before a dragStop
-	cellDone: function() {
-		if (this.cell) {
-			this.trigger('cellDone', this.cell);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when drag listening has stopped
-	listenStop: function() {
-		DragListener.prototype.listenStop.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		this.origCell = this.cell = null;
-		this.coordMap.clear();
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when scrolling has stopped, whether through auto scroll, or the user scrolling
-	scrollStop: function() {
-		DragListener.prototype.scrollStop.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		this.computeCoords(); // cells' absolute positions will be in new places. recompute
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the cell underneath the coordinates for the given mouse event
-	getCell: function(left, top) {
-
-		if (this.coordAdjust) {
-			left += this.coordAdjust.left;
-			top += this.coordAdjust.top;
-		}
-
-		return this.coordMap.getCell(left, top);
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-// Returns `true` if the cells are identically equal. `false` otherwise.
-// They must have the same row, col, and be from the same grid.
-// Two null values will be considered equal, as two "out of the grid" states are the same.
-function isCellsEqual(cell1, cell2) {
-
-	if (!cell1 && !cell2) {
-		return true;
-	}
-
-	if (cell1 && cell2) {
-		return cell1.grid === cell2.grid &&
-			cell1.row === cell2.row &&
-			cell1.col === cell2.col;
-	}
-
-	return false;
-}
-
-;;
-
-/* Creates a clone of an element and lets it track the mouse as it moves
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var MouseFollower = Class.extend({
-
-	options: null,
-
-	sourceEl: null, // the element that will be cloned and made to look like it is dragging
-	el: null, // the clone of `sourceEl` that will track the mouse
-	parentEl: null, // the element that `el` (the clone) will be attached to
-
-	// the initial position of el, relative to the offset parent. made to match the initial offset of sourceEl
-	top0: null,
-	left0: null,
-
-	// the initial position of the mouse
-	mouseY0: null,
-	mouseX0: null,
-
-	// the number of pixels the mouse has moved from its initial position
-	topDelta: null,
-	leftDelta: null,
-
-	mousemoveProxy: null, // document mousemove handler, bound to the MouseFollower's `this`
-
-	isFollowing: false,
-	isHidden: false,
-	isAnimating: false, // doing the revert animation?
-
-	constructor: function(sourceEl, options) {
-		this.options = options = options || {};
-		this.sourceEl = sourceEl;
-		this.parentEl = options.parentEl ? $(options.parentEl) : sourceEl.parent(); // default to sourceEl's parent
-	},
-
-
-	// Causes the element to start following the mouse
-	start: function(ev) {
-		if (!this.isFollowing) {
-			this.isFollowing = true;
-
-			this.mouseY0 = ev.pageY;
-			this.mouseX0 = ev.pageX;
-			this.topDelta = 0;
-			this.leftDelta = 0;
-
-			if (!this.isHidden) {
-				this.updatePosition();
-			}
-
-			$(document).on('mousemove', this.mousemoveProxy = proxy(this, 'mousemove'));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Causes the element to stop following the mouse. If shouldRevert is true, will animate back to original position.
-	// `callback` gets invoked when the animation is complete. If no animation, it is invoked immediately.
-	stop: function(shouldRevert, callback) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var revertDuration = this.options.revertDuration;
-
-		function complete() {
-			this.isAnimating = false;
-			_this.removeElement();
-
-			this.top0 = this.left0 = null; // reset state for future updatePosition calls
-
-			if (callback) {
-				callback();
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (this.isFollowing && !this.isAnimating) { // disallow more than one stop animation at a time
-			this.isFollowing = false;
-
-			$(document).off('mousemove', this.mousemoveProxy);
-
-			if (shouldRevert && revertDuration && !this.isHidden) { // do a revert animation?
-				this.isAnimating = true;
-				this.el.animate({
-					top: this.top0,
-					left: this.left0
-				}, {
-					duration: revertDuration,
-					complete: complete
-				});
-			}
-			else {
-				complete();
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the tracking element. Create it if necessary
-	getEl: function() {
-		var el = this.el;
-
-		if (!el) {
-			this.sourceEl.width(); // hack to force IE8 to compute correct bounding box
-			el = this.el = this.sourceEl.clone()
-				.css({
-					position: 'absolute',
-					visibility: '', // in case original element was hidden (commonly through hideEvents())
-					display: this.isHidden ? 'none' : '', // for when initially hidden
-					margin: 0,
-					right: 'auto', // erase and set width instead
-					bottom: 'auto', // erase and set height instead
-					width: this.sourceEl.width(), // explicit height in case there was a 'right' value
-					height: this.sourceEl.height(), // explicit width in case there was a 'bottom' value
-					opacity: this.options.opacity || '',
-					zIndex: this.options.zIndex
-				})
-				.appendTo(this.parentEl);
-		}
-
-		return el;
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes the tracking element if it has already been created
-	removeElement: function() {
-		if (this.el) {
-			this.el.remove();
-			this.el = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Update the CSS position of the tracking element
-	updatePosition: function() {
-		var sourceOffset;
-		var origin;
-
-		this.getEl(); // ensure this.el
-
-		// make sure origin info was computed
-		if (this.top0 === null) {
-			this.sourceEl.width(); // hack to force IE8 to compute correct bounding box
-			sourceOffset = this.sourceEl.offset();
-			origin = this.el.offsetParent().offset();
-			this.top0 = sourceOffset.top - origin.top;
-			this.left0 = sourceOffset.left - origin.left;
-		}
-
-		this.el.css({
-			top: this.top0 + this.topDelta,
-			left: this.left0 + this.leftDelta
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets called when the user moves the mouse
-	mousemove: function(ev) {
-		this.topDelta = ev.pageY - this.mouseY0;
-		this.leftDelta = ev.pageX - this.mouseX0;
-
-		if (!this.isHidden) {
-			this.updatePosition();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Temporarily makes the tracking element invisible. Can be called before following starts
-	hide: function() {
-		if (!this.isHidden) {
-			this.isHidden = true;
-			if (this.el) {
-				this.el.hide();
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Show the tracking element after it has been temporarily hidden
-	show: function() {
-		if (this.isHidden) {
-			this.isHidden = false;
-			this.updatePosition();
-			this.getEl().show();
-		}
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* A utility class for rendering <tr> rows.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-// It leverages methods of the subclass and the View to determine custom rendering behavior for each row "type"
-// (such as highlight rows, day rows, helper rows, etc).
-
-var RowRenderer = Class.extend({
-
-	view: null, // a View object
-	isRTL: null, // shortcut to the view's isRTL option
-	cellHtml: '<td/>', // plain default HTML used for a cell when no other is available
-
-
-	constructor: function(view) {
-		this.view = view;
-		this.isRTL = view.opt('isRTL');
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the HTML for a row, leveraging custom cell-HTML-renderers based on the `rowType`.
-	// Also applies the "intro" and "outro" cells, which are specified by the subclass and views.
-	// `row` is an optional row number.
-	rowHtml: function(rowType, row) {
-		var renderCell = this.getHtmlRenderer('cell', rowType);
-		var rowCellHtml = '';
-		var col;
-		var cell;
-
-		row = row || 0;
-
-		for (col = 0; col < this.colCnt; col++) {
-			cell = this.getCell(row, col);
-			rowCellHtml += renderCell(cell);
-		}
-
-		rowCellHtml = this.bookendCells(rowCellHtml, rowType, row); // apply intro and outro
-
-		return '<tr>' + rowCellHtml + '</tr>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Applies the "intro" and "outro" HTML to the given cells.
-	// Intro means the leftmost cell when the calendar is LTR and the rightmost cell when RTL. Vice-versa for outro.
-	// `cells` can be an HTML string of <td>'s or a jQuery <tr> element
-	// `row` is an optional row number.
-	bookendCells: function(cells, rowType, row) {
-		var intro = this.getHtmlRenderer('intro', rowType)(row || 0);
-		var outro = this.getHtmlRenderer('outro', rowType)(row || 0);
-		var prependHtml = this.isRTL ? outro : intro;
-		var appendHtml = this.isRTL ? intro : outro;
-
-		if (typeof cells === 'string') {
-			return prependHtml + cells + appendHtml;
-		}
-		else { // a jQuery <tr> element
-			return cells.prepend(prependHtml).append(appendHtml);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns an HTML-rendering function given a specific `rendererName` (like cell, intro, or outro) and a specific
-	// `rowType` (like day, eventSkeleton, helperSkeleton), which is optional.
-	// If a renderer for the specific rowType doesn't exist, it will fall back to a generic renderer.
-	// We will query the View object first for any custom rendering functions, then the methods of the subclass.
-	getHtmlRenderer: function(rendererName, rowType) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var generalName; // like "cellHtml"
-		var specificName; // like "dayCellHtml". based on rowType
-		var provider; // either the View or the RowRenderer subclass, whichever provided the method
-		var renderer;
-
-		generalName = rendererName + 'Html';
-		if (rowType) {
-			specificName = rowType + capitaliseFirstLetter(rendererName) + 'Html';
-		}
-
-		if (specificName && (renderer = view[specificName])) {
-			provider = view;
-		}
-		else if (specificName && (renderer = this[specificName])) {
-			provider = this;
-		}
-		else if ((renderer = view[generalName])) {
-			provider = view;
-		}
-		else if ((renderer = this[generalName])) {
-			provider = this;
-		}
-
-		if (typeof renderer === 'function') {
-			return function() {
-				return renderer.apply(provider, arguments) || ''; // use correct `this` and always return a string
-			};
-		}
-
-		// the rendered can be a plain string as well. if not specified, always an empty string.
-		return function() {
-			return renderer || '';
-		};
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* An abstract class comprised of a "grid" of cells that each represent a specific datetime
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var Grid = fc.Grid = RowRenderer.extend({
-
-	start: null, // the date of the first cell
-	end: null, // the date after the last cell
-
-	rowCnt: 0, // number of rows
-	colCnt: 0, // number of cols
-
-	el: null, // the containing element
-	coordMap: null, // a GridCoordMap that converts pixel values to datetimes
-	elsByFill: null, // a hash of jQuery element sets used for rendering each fill. Keyed by fill name.
-
-	externalDragStartProxy: null, // binds the Grid's scope to externalDragStart (in DayGrid.events)
-
-	// derived from options
-	colHeadFormat: null, // TODO: move to another class. not applicable to all Grids
-	eventTimeFormat: null,
-	displayEventTime: null,
-	displayEventEnd: null,
-
-	// if all cells are the same length of time, the duration they all share. optional.
-	// when defined, allows the computeCellRange shortcut, as well as improved resizing behavior.
-	cellDuration: null,
-
-	// if defined, holds the unit identified (ex: "year" or "month") that determines the level of granularity
-	// of the date cells. if not defined, assumes to be day and time granularity.
-	largeUnit: null,
-
-
-	constructor: function() {
-		RowRenderer.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-constructor
-
-		this.coordMap = new GridCoordMap(this);
-		this.elsByFill = {};
-		this.externalDragStartProxy = proxy(this, 'externalDragStart');
-	},
-
-
-	/* Options
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Generates the format string used for the text in column headers, if not explicitly defined by 'columnFormat'
-	// TODO: move to another class. not applicable to all Grids
-	computeColHeadFormat: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement if they want to use headHtml()
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the format string used for event time text, if not explicitly defined by 'timeFormat'
-	computeEventTimeFormat: function() {
-		return this.view.opt('smallTimeFormat');
-	},
-
-
-	// Determines whether events should have their end times displayed, if not explicitly defined by 'displayEventTime'.
-	// Only applies to non-all-day events.
-	computeDisplayEventTime: function() {
-		return true;
-	},
-
-
-	// Determines whether events should have their end times displayed, if not explicitly defined by 'displayEventEnd'
-	computeDisplayEventEnd: function() {
-		return true;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Tells the grid about what period of time to display.
-	// Any date-related cell system internal data should be generated.
-	setRange: function(range) {
-		this.start = range.start.clone();
-		this.end = range.end.clone();
-
-		this.rangeUpdated();
-		this.processRangeOptions();
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when internal variables that rely on the range should be updated
-	rangeUpdated: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates values that rely on options and also relate to range
-	processRangeOptions: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var displayEventTime;
-		var displayEventEnd;
-
-		// Populate option-derived settings. Look for override first, then compute if necessary.
-		this.colHeadFormat = view.opt('columnFormat') || this.computeColHeadFormat();
-
-		this.eventTimeFormat =
-			view.opt('eventTimeFormat') ||
-			view.opt('timeFormat') || // deprecated
-			this.computeEventTimeFormat();
-
-		displayEventTime = view.opt('displayEventTime');
-		if (displayEventTime == null) {
-			displayEventTime = this.computeDisplayEventTime(); // might be based off of range
-		}
-
-		displayEventEnd = view.opt('displayEventEnd');
-		if (displayEventEnd == null) {
-			displayEventEnd = this.computeDisplayEventEnd(); // might be based off of range
-		}
-
-		this.displayEventTime = displayEventTime;
-		this.displayEventEnd = displayEventEnd;
-	},
-
-
-	// Called before the grid's coordinates will need to be queried for cells.
-	// Any non-date-related cell system internal data should be built.
-	build: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// Called after the grid's coordinates are done being relied upon.
-	// Any non-date-related cell system internal data should be cleared.
-	clear: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// Converts a range with an inclusive `start` and an exclusive `end` into an array of segment objects
-	rangeToSegs: function(range) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Diffs the two dates, returning a duration, based on granularity of the grid
-	diffDates: function(a, b) {
-		if (this.largeUnit) {
-			return diffByUnit(a, b, this.largeUnit);
-		}
-		else {
-			return diffDayTime(a, b);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Cells
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// NOTE: columns are ordered left-to-right
-
-
-	// Gets an object containing row/col number, misc data, and range information about the cell.
-	// Accepts row/col values, an object with row/col properties, or a single-number offset from the first cell.
-	getCell: function(row, col) {
-		var cell;
-
-		if (col == null) {
-			if (typeof row === 'number') { // a single-number offset
-				col = row % this.colCnt;
-				row = Math.floor(row / this.colCnt);
-			}
-			else { // an object with row/col properties
-				col = row.col;
-				row = row.row;
-			}
-		}
-
-		cell = { row: row, col: col };
-
-		$.extend(cell, this.getRowData(row), this.getColData(col));
-		$.extend(cell, this.computeCellRange(cell));
-
-		return cell;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a cell object with index and misc data, generates a range object
-	// If the grid is leveraging cellDuration, this doesn't need to be defined. Only computeCellDate does.
-	// If being overridden, should return a range with reference-free date copies.
-	computeCellRange: function(cell) {
-		var date = this.computeCellDate(cell);
-
-		return {
-			start: date,
-			end: date.clone().add(this.cellDuration)
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a cell, returns its start date. Should return a reference-free date copy.
-	computeCellDate: function(cell) {
-		// subclasses can implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves misc data about the given row
-	getRowData: function(row) {
-		return {};
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves misc data baout the given column
-	getColData: function(col) {
-		return {};
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves the element representing the given row
-	getRowEl: function(row) {
-		// subclasses should implement if leveraging the default getCellDayEl() or computeRowCoords()
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves the element representing the given column
-	getColEl: function(col) {
-		// subclasses should implement if leveraging the default getCellDayEl() or computeColCoords()
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a cell object, returns the element that represents the cell's whole-day
-	getCellDayEl: function(cell) {
-		return this.getColEl(cell.col) || this.getRowEl(cell.row);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Cell Coordinates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes the top/bottom coordinates of all rows.
-	// By default, queries the dimensions of the element provided by getRowEl().
-	computeRowCoords: function() {
-		var items = [];
-		var i, el;
-		var top;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.rowCnt; i++) {
-			el = this.getRowEl(i);
-			top = el.offset().top;
-			items.push({
-				top: top,
-				bottom: top + el.outerHeight()
-			});
-		}
-
-		return items;
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the left/right coordinates of all rows.
-	// By default, queries the dimensions of the element provided by getColEl(). Columns can be LTR or RTL.
-	computeColCoords: function() {
-		var items = [];
-		var i, el;
-		var left;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.colCnt; i++) {
-			el = this.getColEl(i);
-			left = el.offset().left;
-			items.push({
-				left: left,
-				right: left + el.outerWidth()
-			});
-		}
-
-		return items;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Sets the container element that the grid should render inside of.
-	// Does other DOM-related initializations.
-	setElement: function(el) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		this.el = el;
-
-		// attach a handler to the grid's root element.
-		// jQuery will take care of unregistering them when removeElement gets called.
-		el.on('mousedown', function(ev) {
-			if (
-				!$(ev.target).is('.fc-event-container *, .fc-more') && // not an an event element, or "more.." link
-				!$(ev.target).closest('.fc-popover').length // not on a popover (like the "more.." events one)
-			) {
-				_this.dayMousedown(ev);
-			}
-		});
-
-		// attach event-element-related handlers. in Grid.events
-		// same garbage collection note as above.
-		this.bindSegHandlers();
-
-		this.bindGlobalHandlers();
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes the grid's container element from the DOM. Undoes any other DOM-related attachments.
-	// DOES NOT remove any content beforehand (doesn't clear events or call unrenderDates), unlike View
-	removeElement: function() {
-		this.unbindGlobalHandlers();
-
-		this.el.remove();
-
-		// NOTE: we don't null-out this.el for the same reasons we don't do it within View::removeElement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the basic structure of grid view before any content is rendered
-	renderSkeleton: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the grid's date-related content (like cells that represent days/times).
-	// Assumes setRange has already been called and the skeleton has already been rendered.
-	renderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the grid's date-related content
-	unrenderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Handlers
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Binds DOM handlers to elements that reside outside the grid, such as the document
-	bindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		$(document).on('dragstart sortstart', this.externalDragStartProxy); // jqui
-	},
-
-
-	// Unbinds DOM handlers from elements that reside outside the grid
-	unbindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		$(document).off('dragstart sortstart', this.externalDragStartProxy); // jqui
-	},
-
-
-	// Process a mousedown on an element that represents a day. For day clicking and selecting.
-	dayMousedown: function(ev) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var isSelectable = view.opt('selectable');
-		var dayClickCell; // null if invalid dayClick
-		var selectionRange; // null if invalid selection
-
-		// this listener tracks a mousedown on a day element, and a subsequent drag.
-		// if the drag ends on the same day, it is a 'dayClick'.
-		// if 'selectable' is enabled, this listener also detects selections.
-		var dragListener = new CellDragListener(this.coordMap, {
-			//distance: 5, // needs more work if we want dayClick to fire correctly
-			scroll: view.opt('dragScroll'),
-			dragStart: function() {
-				view.unselect(); // since we could be rendering a new selection, we want to clear any old one
-			},
-			cellOver: function(cell, isOrig, origCell) {
-				if (origCell) { // click needs to have started on a cell
-					dayClickCell = isOrig ? cell : null; // single-cell selection is a day click
-					if (isSelectable) {
-						selectionRange = _this.computeSelection(origCell, cell);
-						if (selectionRange) {
-							_this.renderSelection(selectionRange);
-						}
-						else {
-							disableCursor();
-						}
-					}
-				}
-			},
-			cellOut: function(cell) {
-				dayClickCell = null;
-				selectionRange = null;
-				_this.unrenderSelection();
-				enableCursor();
-			},
-			listenStop: function(ev) {
-				if (dayClickCell) {
-					view.triggerDayClick(dayClickCell, _this.getCellDayEl(dayClickCell), ev);
-				}
-				if (selectionRange) {
-					// the selection will already have been rendered. just report it
-					view.reportSelection(selectionRange, ev);
-				}
-				enableCursor();
-			}
-		});
-
-		dragListener.mousedown(ev); // start listening, which will eventually initiate a dragStart
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Helper
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// TODO: should probably move this to Grid.events, like we did event dragging / resizing
-
-
-	// Renders a mock event over the given range
-	renderRangeHelper: function(range, sourceSeg) {
-		var fakeEvent = this.fabricateHelperEvent(range, sourceSeg);
-
-		this.renderHelper(fakeEvent, sourceSeg); // do the actual rendering
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds a fake event given a date range it should cover, and a segment is should be inspired from.
-	// The range's end can be null, in which case the mock event that is rendered will have a null end time.
-	// `sourceSeg` is the internal segment object involved in the drag. If null, something external is dragging.
-	fabricateHelperEvent: function(range, sourceSeg) {
-		var fakeEvent = sourceSeg ? createObject(sourceSeg.event) : {}; // mask the original event object if possible
-
-		fakeEvent.start = range.start.clone();
-		fakeEvent.end = range.end ? range.end.clone() : null;
-		fakeEvent.allDay = null; // force it to be freshly computed by normalizeEventRange
-		this.view.calendar.normalizeEventRange(fakeEvent);
-
-		// this extra className will be useful for differentiating real events from mock events in CSS
-		fakeEvent.className = (fakeEvent.className || []).concat('fc-helper');
-
-		// if something external is being dragged in, don't render a resizer
-		if (!sourceSeg) {
-			fakeEvent.editable = false;
-		}
-
-		return fakeEvent;
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a mock event
-	renderHelper: function(event, sourceSeg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a mock event
-	unrenderHelper: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Selection
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of a selection. Will highlight by default but can be overridden by subclasses.
-	renderSelection: function(range) {
-		this.renderHighlight(this.selectionRangeToSegs(range));
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indications of a selection. Will unrender a highlight by default.
-	unrenderSelection: function() {
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-	},
-
-
-	// Given the first and last cells of a selection, returns a range object.
-	// Will return something falsy if the selection is invalid (when outside of selectionConstraint for example).
-	// Subclasses can override and provide additional data in the range object. Will be passed to renderSelection().
-	computeSelection: function(firstCell, lastCell) {
-		var dates = [
-			firstCell.start,
-			firstCell.end,
-			lastCell.start,
-			lastCell.end
-		];
-		var range;
-
-		dates.sort(compareNumbers); // sorts chronologically. works with Moments
-
-		range = {
-			start: dates[0].clone(),
-			end: dates[3].clone()
-		};
-
-		if (!this.view.calendar.isSelectionRangeAllowed(range)) {
-			return null;
-		}
-
-		return range;
-	},
-
-
-	selectionRangeToSegs: function(range) {
-		return this.rangeToSegs(range);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Highlight
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders an emphasis on the given date range. Given an array of segments.
-	renderHighlight: function(segs) {
-		this.renderFill('highlight', segs);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the emphasis on a date range
-	unrenderHighlight: function() {
-		this.unrenderFill('highlight');
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an array of classNames for rendering the highlight. Used by the fill system.
-	highlightSegClasses: function() {
-		return [ 'fc-highlight' ];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Fill System (highlight, background events, business hours)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a set of rectangles over the given segments of time.
-	// MUST RETURN a subset of segs, the segs that were actually rendered.
-	// Responsible for populating this.elsByFill. TODO: better API for expressing this requirement
-	renderFill: function(type, segs) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a specific type of fill that is currently rendered on the grid
-	unrenderFill: function(type) {
-		var el = this.elsByFill[type];
-
-		if (el) {
-			el.remove();
-			delete this.elsByFill[type];
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders and assigns an `el` property for each fill segment. Generic enough to work with different types.
-	// Only returns segments that successfully rendered.
-	// To be harnessed by renderFill (implemented by subclasses).
-	// Analagous to renderFgSegEls.
-	renderFillSegEls: function(type, segs) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var segElMethod = this[type + 'SegEl'];
-		var html = '';
-		var renderedSegs = [];
-		var i;
-
-		if (segs.length) {
-
-			// build a large concatenation of segment HTML
-			for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-				html += this.fillSegHtml(type, segs[i]);
-			}
-
-			// Grab individual elements from the combined HTML string. Use each as the default rendering.
-			// Then, compute the 'el' for each segment.
-			$(html).each(function(i, node) {
-				var seg = segs[i];
-				var el = $(node);
-
-				// allow custom filter methods per-type
-				if (segElMethod) {
-					el = segElMethod.call(_this, seg, el);
-				}
-
-				if (el) { // custom filters did not cancel the render
-					el = $(el); // allow custom filter to return raw DOM node
-
-					// correct element type? (would be bad if a non-TD were inserted into a table for example)
-					if (el.is(_this.fillSegTag)) {
-						seg.el = el;
-						renderedSegs.push(seg);
-					}
-				}
-			});
-		}
-
-		return renderedSegs;
-	},
-
-
-	fillSegTag: 'div', // subclasses can override
-
-
-	// Builds the HTML needed for one fill segment. Generic enought o work with different types.
-	fillSegHtml: function(type, seg) {
-
-		// custom hooks per-type
-		var classesMethod = this[type + 'SegClasses'];
-		var cssMethod = this[type + 'SegCss'];
-
-		var classes = classesMethod ? classesMethod.call(this, seg) : [];
-		var css = cssToStr(cssMethod ? cssMethod.call(this, seg) : {});
-
-		return '<' + this.fillSegTag +
-			(classes.length ? ' class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' : '') +
-			(css ? ' style="' + css + '"' : '') +
-			' />';
-	},
-
-
-	/* Generic rendering utilities for subclasses
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a day-of-week header row.
-	// TODO: move to another class. not applicable to all Grids
-	headHtml: function() {
-		return '' +
-			'<div class="fc-row ' + this.view.widgetHeaderClass + '">' +
-				'<table>' +
-					'<thead>' +
-						this.rowHtml('head') + // leverages RowRenderer
-					'</thead>' +
-				'</table>' +
-			'</div>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Used by the `headHtml` method, via RowRenderer, for rendering the HTML of a day-of-week header cell
-	// TODO: move to another class. not applicable to all Grids
-	headCellHtml: function(cell) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var date = cell.start;
-
-		return '' +
-			'<th class="fc-day-header ' + view.widgetHeaderClass + ' fc-' + dayIDs[date.day()] + '">' +
-				htmlEscape(date.format(this.colHeadFormat)) +
-			'</th>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the HTML for a single-day background cell
-	bgCellHtml: function(cell) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var date = cell.start;
-		var classes = this.getDayClasses(date);
-
-		classes.unshift('fc-day', view.widgetContentClass);
-
-		return '<td class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' +
-			' data-date="' + date.format('YYYY-MM-DD') + '"' + // if date has a time, won't format it
-			'></td>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes HTML classNames for a single-day cell
-	getDayClasses: function(date) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var today = view.calendar.getNow().stripTime();
-		var classes = [ 'fc-' + dayIDs[date.day()] ];
-
-		if (
-			view.intervalDuration.as('months') == 1 &&
-			date.month() != view.intervalStart.month()
-		) {
-			classes.push('fc-other-month');
-		}
-
-		if (date.isSame(today, 'day')) {
-			classes.push(
-				'fc-today',
-				view.highlightStateClass
-			);
-		}
-		else if (date < today) {
-			classes.push('fc-past');
-		}
-		else {
-			classes.push('fc-future');
-		}
-
-		return classes;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Event-rendering and event-interaction methods for the abstract Grid class
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-Grid.mixin({
-
-	mousedOverSeg: null, // the segment object the user's mouse is over. null if over nothing
-	isDraggingSeg: false, // is a segment being dragged? boolean
-	isResizingSeg: false, // is a segment being resized? boolean
-	isDraggingExternal: false, // jqui-dragging an external element? boolean
-	segs: null, // the event segments currently rendered in the grid
-
-
-	// Renders the given events onto the grid
-	renderEvents: function(events) {
-		var segs = this.eventsToSegs(events);
-		var bgSegs = [];
-		var fgSegs = [];
-		var i, seg;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-
-			if (isBgEvent(seg.event)) {
-				bgSegs.push(seg);
-			}
-			else {
-				fgSegs.push(seg);
-			}
-		}
-
-		// Render each different type of segment.
-		// Each function may return a subset of the segs, segs that were actually rendered.
-		bgSegs = this.renderBgSegs(bgSegs) || bgSegs;
-		fgSegs = this.renderFgSegs(fgSegs) || fgSegs;
-
-		this.segs = bgSegs.concat(fgSegs);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all events currently rendered on the grid
-	unrenderEvents: function() {
-		this.triggerSegMouseout(); // trigger an eventMouseout if user's mouse is over an event
-
-		this.unrenderFgSegs();
-		this.unrenderBgSegs();
-
-		this.segs = null;
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves all rendered segment objects currently rendered on the grid
-	getEventSegs: function() {
-		return this.segs || [];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Foreground Segment Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders foreground event segments onto the grid. May return a subset of segs that were rendered.
-	renderFgSegs: function(segs) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all currently rendered foreground segments
-	unrenderFgSegs: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders and assigns an `el` property for each foreground event segment.
-	// Only returns segments that successfully rendered.
-	// A utility that subclasses may use.
-	renderFgSegEls: function(segs, disableResizing) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var html = '';
-		var renderedSegs = [];
-		var i;
-
-		if (segs.length) { // don't build an empty html string
-
-			// build a large concatenation of event segment HTML
-			for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-				html += this.fgSegHtml(segs[i], disableResizing);
-			}
-
-			// Grab individual elements from the combined HTML string. Use each as the default rendering.
-			// Then, compute the 'el' for each segment. An el might be null if the eventRender callback returned false.
-			$(html).each(function(i, node) {
-				var seg = segs[i];
-				var el = view.resolveEventEl(seg.event, $(node));
-
-				if (el) {
-					el.data('fc-seg', seg); // used by handlers
-					seg.el = el;
-					renderedSegs.push(seg);
-				}
-			});
-		}
-
-		return renderedSegs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML for the default rendering of a foreground event segment. Used by renderFgSegEls()
-	fgSegHtml: function(seg, disableResizing) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Background Segment Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders the given background event segments onto the grid.
-	// Returns a subset of the segs that were actually rendered.
-	renderBgSegs: function(segs) {
-		return this.renderFill('bgEvent', segs);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all the currently rendered background event segments
-	unrenderBgSegs: function() {
-		this.unrenderFill('bgEvent');
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a background event element, given the default rendering. Called by the fill system.
-	bgEventSegEl: function(seg, el) {
-		return this.view.resolveEventEl(seg.event, el); // will filter through eventRender
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an array of classNames to be used for the default rendering of a background event.
-	// Called by the fill system.
-	bgEventSegClasses: function(seg) {
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var source = event.source || {};
-
-		return [ 'fc-bgevent' ].concat(
-			event.className,
-			source.className || []
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates a semicolon-separated CSS string to be used for the default rendering of a background event.
-	// Called by the fill system.
-	// TODO: consolidate with getEventSkinCss?
-	bgEventSegCss: function(seg) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var source = event.source || {};
-
-		return {
-			'background-color':
-				event.backgroundColor ||
-				event.color ||
-				source.backgroundColor ||
-				source.color ||
-				view.opt('eventBackgroundColor') ||
-				view.opt('eventColor')
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an array of classNames to be used for the rendering business hours overlay. Called by the fill system.
-	businessHoursSegClasses: function(seg) {
-		return [ 'fc-nonbusiness', 'fc-bgevent' ];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Handlers
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Attaches event-element-related handlers to the container element and leverage bubbling
-	bindSegHandlers: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-
-		$.each(
-			{
-				mouseenter: function(seg, ev) {
-					_this.triggerSegMouseover(seg, ev);
-				},
-				mouseleave: function(seg, ev) {
-					_this.triggerSegMouseout(seg, ev);
-				},
-				click: function(seg, ev) {
-					return view.trigger('eventClick', this, seg.event, ev); // can return `false` to cancel
-				},
-				mousedown: function(seg, ev) {
-					if ($(ev.target).is('.fc-resizer') && view.isEventResizable(seg.event)) {
-						_this.segResizeMousedown(seg, ev, $(ev.target).is('.fc-start-resizer'));
-					}
-					else if (view.isEventDraggable(seg.event)) {
-						_this.segDragMousedown(seg, ev);
-					}
-				}
-			},
-			function(name, func) {
-				// attach the handler to the container element and only listen for real event elements via bubbling
-				_this.el.on(name, '.fc-event-container > *', function(ev) {
-					var seg = $(this).data('fc-seg'); // grab segment data. put there by View::renderEvents
-
-					// only call the handlers if there is not a drag/resize in progress
-					if (seg && !_this.isDraggingSeg && !_this.isResizingSeg) {
-						return func.call(this, seg, ev); // `this` will be the event element
-					}
-				});
-			}
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates internal state and triggers handlers for when an event element is moused over
-	triggerSegMouseover: function(seg, ev) {
-		if (!this.mousedOverSeg) {
-			this.mousedOverSeg = seg;
-			this.view.trigger('eventMouseover', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates internal state and triggers handlers for when an event element is moused out.
-	// Can be given no arguments, in which case it will mouseout the segment that was previously moused over.
-	triggerSegMouseout: function(seg, ev) {
-		ev = ev || {}; // if given no args, make a mock mouse event
-
-		if (this.mousedOverSeg) {
-			seg = seg || this.mousedOverSeg; // if given no args, use the currently moused-over segment
-			this.mousedOverSeg = null;
-			this.view.trigger('eventMouseout', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Dragging
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Called when the user does a mousedown on an event, which might lead to dragging.
-	// Generic enough to work with any type of Grid.
-	segDragMousedown: function(seg, ev) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var calendar = view.calendar;
-		var el = seg.el;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var dropLocation;
-
-		// A clone of the original element that will move with the mouse
-		var mouseFollower = new MouseFollower(seg.el, {
-			parentEl: view.el,
-			opacity: view.opt('dragOpacity'),
-			revertDuration: view.opt('dragRevertDuration'),
-			zIndex: 2 // one above the .fc-view
-		});
-
-		// Tracks mouse movement over the *view's* coordinate map. Allows dragging and dropping between subcomponents
-		// of the view.
-		var dragListener = new CellDragListener(view.coordMap, {
-			distance: 5,
-			scroll: view.opt('dragScroll'),
-			subjectEl: el,
-			subjectCenter: true,
-			listenStart: function(ev) {
-				mouseFollower.hide(); // don't show until we know this is a real drag
-				mouseFollower.start(ev);
-			},
-			dragStart: function(ev) {
-				_this.triggerSegMouseout(seg, ev); // ensure a mouseout on the manipulated event has been reported
-				_this.segDragStart(seg, ev);
-				view.hideEvent(event); // hide all event segments. our mouseFollower will take over
-			},
-			cellOver: function(cell, isOrig, origCell) {
-
-				// starting cell could be forced (DayGrid.limit)
-				if (seg.cell) {
-					origCell = seg.cell;
-				}
-
-				dropLocation = _this.computeEventDrop(origCell, cell, event);
-
-				if (dropLocation && !calendar.isEventRangeAllowed(dropLocation, event)) {
-					disableCursor();
-					dropLocation = null;
-				}
-
-				// if a valid drop location, have the subclass render a visual indication
-				if (dropLocation && view.renderDrag(dropLocation, seg)) {
-					mouseFollower.hide(); // if the subclass is already using a mock event "helper", hide our own
-				}
-				else {
-					mouseFollower.show(); // otherwise, have the helper follow the mouse (no snapping)
-				}
-
-				if (isOrig) {
-					dropLocation = null; // needs to have moved cells to be a valid drop
-				}
-			},
-			cellOut: function() { // called before mouse moves to a different cell OR moved out of all cells
-				view.unrenderDrag(); // unrender whatever was done in renderDrag
-				mouseFollower.show(); // show in case we are moving out of all cells
-				dropLocation = null;
-			},
-			cellDone: function() { // Called after a cellOut OR before a dragStop
-				enableCursor();
-			},
-			dragStop: function(ev) {
-				// do revert animation if hasn't changed. calls a callback when finished (whether animation or not)
-				mouseFollower.stop(!dropLocation, function() {
-					view.unrenderDrag();
-					view.showEvent(event);
-					_this.segDragStop(seg, ev);
-
-					if (dropLocation) {
-						view.reportEventDrop(event, dropLocation, this.largeUnit, el, ev);
-					}
-				});
-			},
-			listenStop: function() {
-				mouseFollower.stop(); // put in listenStop in case there was a mousedown but the drag never started
-			}
-		});
-
-		dragListener.mousedown(ev); // start listening, which will eventually lead to a dragStart
-	},
-
-
-	// Called before event segment dragging starts
-	segDragStart: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isDraggingSeg = true;
-		this.view.trigger('eventDragStart', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Called after event segment dragging stops
-	segDragStop: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isDraggingSeg = false;
-		this.view.trigger('eventDragStop', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Given the cell an event drag began, and the cell event was dropped, calculates the new start/end/allDay
-	// values for the event. Subclasses may override and set additional properties to be used by renderDrag.
-	// A falsy returned value indicates an invalid drop.
-	computeEventDrop: function(startCell, endCell, event) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var dragStart = startCell.start;
-		var dragEnd = endCell.start;
-		var delta;
-		var dropLocation;
-
-		if (dragStart.hasTime() === dragEnd.hasTime()) {
-			delta = this.diffDates(dragEnd, dragStart);
-
-			// if an all-day event was in a timed area and it was dragged to a different time,
-			// guarantee an end and adjust start/end to have times
-			if (event.allDay && durationHasTime(delta)) {
-				dropLocation = {
-					start: event.start.clone(),
-					end: calendar.getEventEnd(event), // will be an ambig day
-					allDay: false // for normalizeEventRangeTimes
-				};
-				calendar.normalizeEventRangeTimes(dropLocation);
-			}
-			// othewise, work off existing values
-			else {
-				dropLocation = {
-					start: event.start.clone(),
-					end: event.end ? event.end.clone() : null,
-					allDay: event.allDay // keep it the same
-				};
-			}
-
-			dropLocation.start.add(delta);
-			if (dropLocation.end) {
-				dropLocation.end.add(delta);
-			}
-		}
-		else {
-			// if switching from day <-> timed, start should be reset to the dropped date, and the end cleared
-			dropLocation = {
-				start: dragEnd.clone(),
-				end: null, // end should be cleared
-				allDay: !dragEnd.hasTime()
-			};
-		}
-
-		return dropLocation;
-	},
-
-
-	// Utility for apply dragOpacity to a jQuery set
-	applyDragOpacity: function(els) {
-		var opacity = this.view.opt('dragOpacity');
-
-		if (opacity != null) {
-			els.each(function(i, node) {
-				// Don't use jQuery (will set an IE filter), do it the old fashioned way.
-				// In IE8, a helper element will disappears if there's a filter.
-				node.style.opacity = opacity;
-			});
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* External Element Dragging
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Called when a jQuery UI drag is initiated anywhere in the DOM
-	externalDragStart: function(ev, ui) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var el;
-		var accept;
-
-		if (view.opt('droppable')) { // only listen if this setting is on
-			el = $((ui ? ui.item : null) || ev.target);
-
-			// Test that the dragged element passes the dropAccept selector or filter function.
-			// FYI, the default is "*" (matches all)
-			accept = view.opt('dropAccept');
-			if ($.isFunction(accept) ? accept.call(el[0], el) : el.is(accept)) {
-				if (!this.isDraggingExternal) { // prevent double-listening if fired twice
-					this.listenToExternalDrag(el, ev, ui);
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when a jQuery UI drag starts and it needs to be monitored for cell dropping
-	listenToExternalDrag: function(el, ev, ui) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var meta = getDraggedElMeta(el); // extra data about event drop, including possible event to create
-		var dragListener;
-		var dropLocation; // a null value signals an unsuccessful drag
-
-		// listener that tracks mouse movement over date-associated pixel regions
-		dragListener = new CellDragListener(this.coordMap, {
-			listenStart: function() {
-				_this.isDraggingExternal = true;
-			},
-			cellOver: function(cell) {
-				dropLocation = _this.computeExternalDrop(cell, meta);
-				if (dropLocation) {
-					_this.renderDrag(dropLocation); // called without a seg parameter
-				}
-				else { // invalid drop cell
-					disableCursor();
-				}
-			},
-			cellOut: function() {
-				dropLocation = null; // signal unsuccessful
-				_this.unrenderDrag();
-				enableCursor();
-			},
-			dragStop: function() {
-				_this.unrenderDrag();
-				enableCursor();
-
-				if (dropLocation) { // element was dropped on a valid date/time cell
-					_this.view.reportExternalDrop(meta, dropLocation, el, ev, ui);
-				}
-			},
-			listenStop: function() {
-				_this.isDraggingExternal = false;
-			}
-		});
-
-		dragListener.startDrag(ev); // start listening immediately
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a cell to be dropped upon, and misc data associated with the jqui drag (guaranteed to be a plain object),
-	// returns start/end dates for the event that would result from the hypothetical drop. end might be null.
-	// Returning a null value signals an invalid drop cell.
-	computeExternalDrop: function(cell, meta) {
-		var dropLocation = {
-			start: cell.start.clone(),
-			end: null
-		};
-
-		// if dropped on an all-day cell, and element's metadata specified a time, set it
-		if (meta.startTime && !dropLocation.start.hasTime()) {
-			dropLocation.start.time(meta.startTime);
-		}
-
-		if (meta.duration) {
-			dropLocation.end = dropLocation.start.clone().add(meta.duration);
-		}
-
-		if (!this.view.calendar.isExternalDropRangeAllowed(dropLocation, meta.eventProps)) {
-			return null;
-		}
-
-		return dropLocation;
-	},
-
-
-
-	/* Drag Rendering (for both events and an external elements)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event or external element being dragged.
-	// `dropLocation` contains hypothetical start/end/allDay values the event would have if dropped. end can be null.
-	// `seg` is the internal segment object that is being dragged. If dragging an external element, `seg` is null.
-	// A truthy returned value indicates this method has rendered a helper element.
-	renderDrag: function(dropLocation, seg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event or external element being dragged
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Resizing
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Called when the user does a mousedown on an event's resizer, which might lead to resizing.
-	// Generic enough to work with any type of Grid.
-	segResizeMousedown: function(seg, ev, isStart) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var calendar = view.calendar;
-		var el = seg.el;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var eventEnd = calendar.getEventEnd(event);
-		var dragListener;
-		var resizeLocation; // falsy if invalid resize
-
-		// Tracks mouse movement over the *grid's* coordinate map
-		dragListener = new CellDragListener(this.coordMap, {
-			distance: 5,
-			scroll: view.opt('dragScroll'),
-			subjectEl: el,
-			dragStart: function(ev) {
-				_this.triggerSegMouseout(seg, ev); // ensure a mouseout on the manipulated event has been reported
-				_this.segResizeStart(seg, ev);
-			},
-			cellOver: function(cell, isOrig, origCell) {
-				resizeLocation = isStart ?
-					_this.computeEventStartResize(origCell, cell, event) :
-					_this.computeEventEndResize(origCell, cell, event);
-
-				if (resizeLocation) {
-					if (!calendar.isEventRangeAllowed(resizeLocation, event)) {
-						disableCursor();
-						resizeLocation = null;
-					}
-					// no change? (TODO: how does this work with timezones?)
-					else if (resizeLocation.start.isSame(event.start) && resizeLocation.end.isSame(eventEnd)) {
-						resizeLocation = null;
-					}
-				}
-
-				if (resizeLocation) {
-					view.hideEvent(event);
-					_this.renderEventResize(resizeLocation, seg);
-				}
-			},
-			cellOut: function() { // called before mouse moves to a different cell OR moved out of all cells
-				resizeLocation = null;
-			},
-			cellDone: function() { // resets the rendering to show the original event
-				_this.unrenderEventResize();
-				view.showEvent(event);
-				enableCursor();
-			},
-			dragStop: function(ev) {
-				_this.segResizeStop(seg, ev);
-
-				if (resizeLocation) { // valid date to resize to?
-					view.reportEventResize(event, resizeLocation, this.largeUnit, el, ev);
-				}
-			}
-		});
-
-		dragListener.mousedown(ev); // start listening, which will eventually lead to a dragStart
-	},
-
-
-	// Called before event segment resizing starts
-	segResizeStart: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isResizingSeg = true;
-		this.view.trigger('eventResizeStart', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Called after event segment resizing stops
-	segResizeStop: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isResizingSeg = false;
-		this.view.trigger('eventResizeStop', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns new date-information for an event segment being resized from its start
-	computeEventStartResize: function(startCell, endCell, event) {
-		return this.computeEventResize('start', startCell, endCell, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns new date-information for an event segment being resized from its end
-	computeEventEndResize: function(startCell, endCell, event) {
-		return this.computeEventResize('end', startCell, endCell, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns new date-information for an event segment being resized from its start OR end
-	// `type` is either 'start' or 'end'
-	computeEventResize: function(type, startCell, endCell, event) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var delta = this.diffDates(endCell[type], startCell[type]);
-		var range;
-		var defaultDuration;
-
-		// build original values to work from, guaranteeing a start and end
-		range = {
-			start: event.start.clone(),
-			end: calendar.getEventEnd(event),
-			allDay: event.allDay
-		};
-
-		// if an all-day event was in a timed area and was resized to a time, adjust start/end to have times
-		if (range.allDay && durationHasTime(delta)) {
-			range.allDay = false;
-			calendar.normalizeEventRangeTimes(range);
-		}
-
-		range[type].add(delta); // apply delta to start or end
-
-		// if the event was compressed too small, find a new reasonable duration for it
-		if (!range.start.isBefore(range.end)) {
-
-			defaultDuration = event.allDay ?
-				calendar.defaultAllDayEventDuration :
-				calendar.defaultTimedEventDuration;
-
-			// between the cell's duration and the event's default duration, use the smaller of the two.
-			// example: if year-length slots, and compressed to one slot, we don't want the event to be a year long
-			if (this.cellDuration && this.cellDuration < defaultDuration) {
-				defaultDuration = this.cellDuration;
-			}
-
-			if (type == 'start') { // resizing the start?
-				range.start = range.end.clone().subtract(defaultDuration);
-			}
-			else { // resizing the end?
-				range.end = range.start.clone().add(defaultDuration);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return range;
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being resized.
-	// `range` has the updated dates of the event. `seg` is the original segment object involved in the drag.
-	renderEventResize: function(range, seg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event being resized.
-	unrenderEventResize: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Rendering Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Compute the text that should be displayed on an event's element.
-	// `range` can be the Event object itself, or something range-like, with at least a `start`.
-	// If event times are disabled, or the event has no time, will return a blank string.
-	// If not specified, formatStr will default to the eventTimeFormat setting,
-	// and displayEnd will default to the displayEventEnd setting.
-	getEventTimeText: function(range, formatStr, displayEnd) {
-
-		if (formatStr == null) {
-			formatStr = this.eventTimeFormat;
-		}
-
-		if (displayEnd == null) {
-			displayEnd = this.displayEventEnd;
-		}
-
-		if (this.displayEventTime && range.start.hasTime()) {
-			if (displayEnd && range.end) {
-				return this.view.formatRange(range, formatStr);
-			}
-			else {
-				return range.start.format(formatStr);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return '';
-	},
-
-
-	// Generic utility for generating the HTML classNames for an event segment's element
-	getSegClasses: function(seg, isDraggable, isResizable) {
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var classes = [
-			'fc-event',
-			seg.isStart ? 'fc-start' : 'fc-not-start',
-			seg.isEnd ? 'fc-end' : 'fc-not-end'
-		].concat(
-			event.className,
-			event.source ? event.source.className : []
-		);
-
-		if (isDraggable) {
-			classes.push('fc-draggable');
-		}
-		if (isResizable) {
-			classes.push('fc-resizable');
-		}
-
-		return classes;
-	},
-
-
-	// Utility for generating event skin-related CSS properties
-	getEventSkinCss: function(event) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var source = event.source || {};
-		var eventColor = event.color;
-		var sourceColor = source.color;
-		var optionColor = view.opt('eventColor');
-
-		return {
-			'background-color':
-				event.backgroundColor ||
-				eventColor ||
-				source.backgroundColor ||
-				sourceColor ||
-				view.opt('eventBackgroundColor') ||
-				optionColor,
-			'border-color':
-				event.borderColor ||
-				eventColor ||
-				source.borderColor ||
-				sourceColor ||
-				view.opt('eventBorderColor') ||
-				optionColor,
-			color:
-				event.textColor ||
-				source.textColor ||
-				view.opt('eventTextColor')
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	/* Converting events -> ranges -> segs
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Converts an array of event objects into an array of event segment objects.
-	// A custom `rangeToSegsFunc` may be given for arbitrarily slicing up events.
-	// Doesn't guarantee an order for the resulting array.
-	eventsToSegs: function(events, rangeToSegsFunc) {
-		var eventRanges = this.eventsToRanges(events);
-		var segs = [];
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < eventRanges.length; i++) {
-			segs.push.apply(
-				segs,
-				this.eventRangeToSegs(eventRanges[i], rangeToSegsFunc)
-			);
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Converts an array of events into an array of "range" objects.
-	// A "range" object is a plain object with start/end properties denoting the time it covers. Also an event property.
-	// For "normal" events, this will be identical to the event's start/end, but for "inverse-background" events,
-	// will create an array of ranges that span the time *not* covered by the given event.
-	// Doesn't guarantee an order for the resulting array.
-	eventsToRanges: function(events) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var eventsById = groupEventsById(events);
-		var ranges = [];
-
-		// group by ID so that related inverse-background events can be rendered together
-		$.each(eventsById, function(id, eventGroup) {
-			if (eventGroup.length) {
-				ranges.push.apply(
-					ranges,
-					isInverseBgEvent(eventGroup[0]) ?
-						_this.eventsToInverseRanges(eventGroup) :
-						_this.eventsToNormalRanges(eventGroup)
-				);
-			}
-		});
-
-		return ranges;
-	},
-
-
-	// Converts an array of "normal" events (not inverted rendering) into a parallel array of ranges
-	eventsToNormalRanges: function(events) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var ranges = [];
-		var i, event;
-		var eventStart, eventEnd;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < events.length; i++) {
-			event = events[i];
-
-			// make copies and normalize by stripping timezone
-			eventStart = event.start.clone().stripZone();
-			eventEnd = calendar.getEventEnd(event).stripZone();
-
-			ranges.push({
-				event: event,
-				start: eventStart,
-				end: eventEnd,
-				eventStartMS: +eventStart,
-				eventDurationMS: eventEnd - eventStart
-			});
-		}
-
-		return ranges;
-	},
-
-
-	// Converts an array of events, with inverse-background rendering, into an array of range objects.
-	// The range objects will cover all the time NOT covered by the events.
-	eventsToInverseRanges: function(events) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var viewStart = view.start.clone().stripZone(); // normalize timezone
-		var viewEnd = view.end.clone().stripZone(); // normalize timezone
-		var normalRanges = this.eventsToNormalRanges(events); // will give us normalized dates we can use w/o copies
-		var inverseRanges = [];
-		var event0 = events[0]; // assign this to each range's `.event`
-		var start = viewStart; // the end of the previous range. the start of the new range
-		var i, normalRange;
-
-		// ranges need to be in order. required for our date-walking algorithm
-		normalRanges.sort(compareNormalRanges);
-
-		for (i = 0; i < normalRanges.length; i++) {
-			normalRange = normalRanges[i];
-
-			// add the span of time before the event (if there is any)
-			if (normalRange.start > start) { // compare millisecond time (skip any ambig logic)
-				inverseRanges.push({
-					event: event0,
-					start: start,
-					end: normalRange.start
-				});
-			}
-
-			start = normalRange.end;
-		}
-
-		// add the span of time after the last event (if there is any)
-		if (start < viewEnd) { // compare millisecond time (skip any ambig logic)
-			inverseRanges.push({
-				event: event0,
-				start: start,
-				end: viewEnd
-			});
-		}
-
-		return inverseRanges;
-	},
-
-
-	// Slices the given event range into one or more segment objects.
-	// A `rangeToSegsFunc` custom slicing function can be given.
-	eventRangeToSegs: function(eventRange, rangeToSegsFunc) {
-		var segs;
-		var i, seg;
-
-		eventRange = this.view.calendar.ensureVisibleEventRange(eventRange);
-
-		if (rangeToSegsFunc) {
-			segs = rangeToSegsFunc(eventRange);
-		}
-		else {
-			segs = this.rangeToSegs(eventRange); // defined by the subclass
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			seg.event = eventRange.event;
-			seg.eventStartMS = eventRange.eventStartMS;
-			seg.eventDurationMS = eventRange.eventDurationMS;
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	sortSegs: function(segs) {
-		segs.sort(proxy(this, 'compareSegs'));
-	},
-
-
-	// A cmp function for determining which segments should take visual priority
-	// DOES NOT WORK ON INVERTED BACKGROUND EVENTS because they have no eventStartMS/eventDurationMS
-	compareSegs: function(seg1, seg2) {
-		return seg1.eventStartMS - seg2.eventStartMS || // earlier events go first
-			seg2.eventDurationMS - seg1.eventDurationMS || // tie? longer events go first
-			seg2.event.allDay - seg1.event.allDay || // tie? put all-day events first (booleans cast to 0/1)
-			compareByFieldSpecs(seg1.event, seg2.event, this.view.eventOrderSpecs);
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-/* Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-function isBgEvent(event) { // returns true if background OR inverse-background
-	var rendering = getEventRendering(event);
-	return rendering === 'background' || rendering === 'inverse-background';
-}
-
-
-function isInverseBgEvent(event) {
-	return getEventRendering(event) === 'inverse-background';
-}
-
-
-function getEventRendering(event) {
-	return firstDefined((event.source || {}).rendering, event.rendering);
-}
-
-
-function groupEventsById(events) {
-	var eventsById = {};
-	var i, event;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < events.length; i++) {
-		event = events[i];
-		(eventsById[event._id] || (eventsById[event._id] = [])).push(event);
-	}
-
-	return eventsById;
-}
-
-
-// A cmp function for determining which non-inverted "ranges" (see above) happen earlier
-function compareNormalRanges(range1, range2) {
-	return range1.eventStartMS - range2.eventStartMS; // earlier ranges go first
-}
-
-
-/* External-Dragging-Element Data
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-// Require all HTML5 data-* attributes used by FullCalendar to have this prefix.
-// A value of '' will query attributes like data-event. A value of 'fc' will query attributes like data-fc-event.
-fc.dataAttrPrefix = '';
-
-// Given a jQuery element that might represent a dragged FullCalendar event, returns an intermediate data structure
-// to be used for Event Object creation.
-// A defined `.eventProps`, even when empty, indicates that an event should be created.
-function getDraggedElMeta(el) {
-	var prefix = fc.dataAttrPrefix;
-	var eventProps; // properties for creating the event, not related to date/time
-	var startTime; // a Duration
-	var duration;
-	var stick;
-
-	if (prefix) { prefix += '-'; }
-	eventProps = el.data(prefix + 'event') || null;
-
-	if (eventProps) {
-		if (typeof eventProps === 'object') {
-			eventProps = $.extend({}, eventProps); // make a copy
-		}
-		else { // something like 1 or true. still signal event creation
-			eventProps = {};
-		}
-
-		// pluck special-cased date/time properties
-		startTime = eventProps.start;
-		if (startTime == null) { startTime = eventProps.time; } // accept 'time' as well
-		duration = eventProps.duration;
-		stick = eventProps.stick;
-		delete eventProps.start;
-		delete eventProps.time;
-		delete eventProps.duration;
-		delete eventProps.stick;
-	}
-
-	// fallback to standalone attribute values for each of the date/time properties
-	if (startTime == null) { startTime = el.data(prefix + 'start'); }
-	if (startTime == null) { startTime = el.data(prefix + 'time'); } // accept 'time' as well
-	if (duration == null) { duration = el.data(prefix + 'duration'); }
-	if (stick == null) { stick = el.data(prefix + 'stick'); }
-
-	// massage into correct data types
-	startTime = startTime != null ? moment.duration(startTime) : null;
-	duration = duration != null ? moment.duration(duration) : null;
-	stick = Boolean(stick);
-
-	return { eventProps: eventProps, startTime: startTime, duration: duration, stick: stick };
-}
-
-
-;;
-
-/* A component that renders a grid of whole-days that runs horizontally. There can be multiple rows, one per week.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var DayGrid = Grid.extend({
-
-	numbersVisible: false, // should render a row for day/week numbers? set by outside view. TODO: make internal
-	bottomCoordPadding: 0, // hack for extending the hit area for the last row of the coordinate grid
-	breakOnWeeks: null, // should create a new row for each week? set by outside view
-
-	cellDates: null, // flat chronological array of each cell's dates
-	dayToCellOffsets: null, // maps days offsets from grid's start date, to cell offsets
-
-	rowEls: null, // set of fake row elements
-	dayEls: null, // set of whole-day elements comprising the row's background
-	helperEls: null, // set of cell skeleton elements for rendering the mock event "helper"
-
-
-	constructor: function() {
-		Grid.apply(this, arguments);
-
-		this.cellDuration = moment.duration(1, 'day'); // for Grid system
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the rows and columns into the component's `this.el`, which should already be assigned.
-	// isRigid determins whether the individual rows should ignore the contents and be a constant height.
-	// Relies on the view's colCnt and rowCnt. In the future, this component should probably be self-sufficient.
-	renderDates: function(isRigid) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var rowCnt = this.rowCnt;
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var cellCnt = rowCnt * colCnt;
-		var html = '';
-		var row;
-		var i, cell;
-
-		for (row = 0; row < rowCnt; row++) {
-			html += this.dayRowHtml(row, isRigid);
-		}
-		this.el.html(html);
-
-		this.rowEls = this.el.find('.fc-row');
-		this.dayEls = this.el.find('.fc-day');
-
-		// trigger dayRender with each cell's element
-		for (i = 0; i < cellCnt; i++) {
-			cell = this.getCell(i);
-			view.trigger('dayRender', null, cell.start, this.dayEls.eq(i));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderDates: function() {
-		this.removeSegPopover();
-	},
-
-
-	renderBusinessHours: function() {
-		var events = this.view.calendar.getBusinessHoursEvents(true); // wholeDay=true
-		var segs = this.eventsToSegs(events);
-
-		this.renderFill('businessHours', segs, 'bgevent');
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML for a single row. `row` is the row number.
-	dayRowHtml: function(row, isRigid) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var classes = [ 'fc-row', 'fc-week', view.widgetContentClass ];
-
-		if (isRigid) {
-			classes.push('fc-rigid');
-		}
-
-		return '' +
-			'<div class="' + classes.join(' ') + '">' +
-				'<div class="fc-bg">' +
-					'<table>' +
-						this.rowHtml('day', row) + // leverages RowRenderer. calls dayCellHtml()
-					'</table>' +
-				'</div>' +
-				'<div class="fc-content-skeleton">' +
-					'<table>' +
-						(this.numbersVisible ?
-							'<thead>' +
-								this.rowHtml('number', row) + // leverages RowRenderer. View will define render method
-							'</thead>' :
-							''
-							) +
-					'</table>' +
-				'</div>' +
-			'</div>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the HTML for a whole-day cell. Will eventually end up in the day-row's background.
-	// We go through a 'day' row type instead of just doing a 'bg' row type so that the View can do custom rendering
-	// specifically for whole-day rows, whereas a 'bg' might also be used for other purposes (TimeGrid bg for example).
-	dayCellHtml: function(cell) {
-		return this.bgCellHtml(cell);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Options
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes a default column header formatting string if `colFormat` is not explicitly defined
-	computeColHeadFormat: function() {
-		if (this.rowCnt > 1) { // more than one week row. day numbers will be in each cell
-			return 'ddd'; // "Sat"
-		}
-		else if (this.colCnt > 1) { // multiple days, so full single date string WON'T be in title text
-			return this.view.opt('dayOfMonthFormat'); // "Sat 12/10"
-		}
-		else { // single day, so full single date string will probably be in title text
-			return 'dddd'; // "Saturday"
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default event time formatting string if `timeFormat` is not explicitly defined
-	computeEventTimeFormat: function() {
-		return this.view.opt('extraSmallTimeFormat'); // like "6p" or "6:30p"
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default `displayEventEnd` value if one is not expliclty defined
-	computeDisplayEventEnd: function() {
-		return this.colCnt == 1; // we'll likely have space if there's only one day
-	},
-
-
-	/* Cell System
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	rangeUpdated: function() {
-		var cellDates;
-		var firstDay;
-		var rowCnt;
-		var colCnt;
-
-		this.updateCellDates(); // populates cellDates and dayToCellOffsets
-		cellDates = this.cellDates;
-
-		if (this.breakOnWeeks) {
-			// count columns until the day-of-week repeats
-			firstDay = cellDates[0].day();
-			for (colCnt = 1; colCnt < cellDates.length; colCnt++) {
-				if (cellDates[colCnt].day() == firstDay) {
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-			rowCnt = Math.ceil(cellDates.length / colCnt);
-		}
-		else {
-			rowCnt = 1;
-			colCnt = cellDates.length;
-		}
-
-		this.rowCnt = rowCnt;
-		this.colCnt = colCnt;
-	},
-
-
-	// Populates cellDates and dayToCellOffsets
-	updateCellDates: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var date = this.start.clone();
-		var dates = [];
-		var offset = -1;
-		var offsets = [];
-
-		while (date.isBefore(this.end)) { // loop each day from start to end
-			if (view.isHiddenDay(date)) {
-				offsets.push(offset + 0.5); // mark that it's between offsets
-			}
-			else {
-				offset++;
-				offsets.push(offset);
-				dates.push(date.clone());
-			}
-			date.add(1, 'days');
-		}
-
-		this.cellDates = dates;
-		this.dayToCellOffsets = offsets;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a cell object, generates its start date. Returns a reference-free copy.
-	computeCellDate: function(cell) {
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var index = cell.row * colCnt + (this.isRTL ? colCnt - cell.col - 1 : cell.col);
-
-		return this.cellDates[index].clone();
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves the element representing the given row
-	getRowEl: function(row) {
-		return this.rowEls.eq(row);
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves the element representing the given column
-	getColEl: function(col) {
-		return this.dayEls.eq(col);
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the whole-day element associated with the cell
-	getCellDayEl: function(cell) {
-		return this.dayEls.eq(cell.row * this.colCnt + cell.col);
-	},
-
-
-	// Overrides Grid's method for when row coordinates are computed
-	computeRowCoords: function() {
-		var rowCoords = Grid.prototype.computeRowCoords.call(this); // call the super-method
-
-		// hack for extending last row (used by AgendaView)
-		rowCoords[rowCoords.length - 1].bottom += this.bottomCoordPadding;
-
-		return rowCoords;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Slices up a date range by row into an array of segments
-	rangeToSegs: function(range) {
-		var isRTL = this.isRTL;
-		var rowCnt = this.rowCnt;
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var segs = [];
-		var first, last; // inclusive cell-offset range for given range
-		var row;
-		var rowFirst, rowLast; // inclusive cell-offset range for current row
-		var isStart, isEnd;
-		var segFirst, segLast; // inclusive cell-offset range for segment
-		var seg;
-
-		range = this.view.computeDayRange(range); // make whole-day range, considering nextDayThreshold
-		first = this.dateToCellOffset(range.start);
-		last = this.dateToCellOffset(range.end.subtract(1, 'days')); // offset of inclusive end date
-
-		for (row = 0; row < rowCnt; row++) {
-			rowFirst = row * colCnt;
-			rowLast = rowFirst + colCnt - 1;
-
-			// intersect segment's offset range with the row's
-			segFirst = Math.max(rowFirst, first);
-			segLast = Math.min(rowLast, last);
-
-			// deal with in-between indices
-			segFirst = Math.ceil(segFirst); // in-between starts round to next cell
-			segLast = Math.floor(segLast); // in-between ends round to prev cell
-
-			if (segFirst <= segLast) { // was there any intersection with the current row?
-
-				// must be matching integers to be the segment's start/end
-				isStart = segFirst === first;
-				isEnd = segLast === last;
-
-				// translate offsets to be relative to start-of-row
-				segFirst -= rowFirst;
-				segLast -= rowFirst;
-
-				seg = { row: row, isStart: isStart, isEnd: isEnd };
-				if (isRTL) {
-					seg.leftCol = colCnt - segLast - 1;
-					seg.rightCol = colCnt - segFirst - 1;
-				}
-				else {
-					seg.leftCol = segFirst;
-					seg.rightCol = segLast;
-				}
-				segs.push(seg);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a date, returns its chronolocial cell-offset from the first cell of the grid.
-	// If the date lies between cells (because of hiddenDays), returns a floating-point value between offsets.
-	// If before the first offset, returns a negative number.
-	// If after the last offset, returns an offset past the last cell offset.
-	// Only works for *start* dates of cells. Will not work for exclusive end dates for cells.
-	dateToCellOffset: function(date) {
-		var offsets = this.dayToCellOffsets;
-		var day = date.diff(this.start, 'days');
-
-		if (day < 0) {
-			return offsets[0] - 1;
-		}
-		else if (day >= offsets.length) {
-			return offsets[offsets.length - 1] + 1;
-		}
-		else {
-			return offsets[day];
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Drag Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// TODO: move to DayGrid.event, similar to what we did with Grid's drag methods
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event or external element being dragged.
-	// The dropLocation's end can be null. seg can be null. See Grid::renderDrag for more info.
-	renderDrag: function(dropLocation, seg) {
-
-		// always render a highlight underneath
-		this.renderHighlight(this.eventRangeToSegs(dropLocation));
-
-		// if a segment from the same calendar but another component is being dragged, render a helper event
-		if (seg && !seg.el.closest(this.el).length) {
-
-			this.renderRangeHelper(dropLocation, seg);
-			this.applyDragOpacity(this.helperEls);
-
-			return true; // a helper has been rendered
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of a hovering event
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Resize Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being resized
-	renderEventResize: function(range, seg) {
-		this.renderHighlight(this.eventRangeToSegs(range));
-		this.renderRangeHelper(range, seg);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event being resized
-	unrenderEventResize: function() {
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Helper
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a mock "helper" event. `sourceSeg` is the associated internal segment object. It can be null.
-	renderHelper: function(event, sourceSeg) {
-		var helperNodes = [];
-		var segs = this.eventsToSegs([ event ]);
-		var rowStructs;
-
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs); // assigns each seg's el and returns a subset of segs that were rendered
-		rowStructs = this.renderSegRows(segs);
-
-		// inject each new event skeleton into each associated row
-		this.rowEls.each(function(row, rowNode) {
-			var rowEl = $(rowNode); // the .fc-row
-			var skeletonEl = $('<div class="fc-helper-skeleton"><table/></div>'); // will be absolutely positioned
-			var skeletonTop;
-
-			// If there is an original segment, match the top position. Otherwise, put it at the row's top level
-			if (sourceSeg && sourceSeg.row === row) {
-				skeletonTop = sourceSeg.el.position().top;
-			}
-			else {
-				skeletonTop = rowEl.find('.fc-content-skeleton tbody').position().top;
-			}
-
-			skeletonEl.css('top', skeletonTop)
-				.find('table')
-					.append(rowStructs[row].tbodyEl);
-
-			rowEl.append(skeletonEl);
-			helperNodes.push(skeletonEl[0]);
-		});
-
-		this.helperEls = $(helperNodes); // array -> jQuery set
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of a mock helper event
-	unrenderHelper: function() {
-		if (this.helperEls) {
-			this.helperEls.remove();
-			this.helperEls = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Fill System (highlight, background events, business hours)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	fillSegTag: 'td', // override the default tag name
-
-
-	// Renders a set of rectangles over the given segments of days.
-	// Only returns segments that successfully rendered.
-	renderFill: function(type, segs, className) {
-		var nodes = [];
-		var i, seg;
-		var skeletonEl;
-
-		segs = this.renderFillSegEls(type, segs); // assignes `.el` to each seg. returns successfully rendered segs
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			skeletonEl = this.renderFillRow(type, seg, className);
-			this.rowEls.eq(seg.row).append(skeletonEl);
-			nodes.push(skeletonEl[0]);
-		}
-
-		this.elsByFill[type] = $(nodes);
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML needed for one row of a fill. Requires the seg's el to be rendered.
-	renderFillRow: function(type, seg, className) {
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var startCol = seg.leftCol;
-		var endCol = seg.rightCol + 1;
-		var skeletonEl;
-		var trEl;
-
-		className = className || type.toLowerCase();
-
-		skeletonEl = $(
-			'<div class="fc-' + className + '-skeleton">' +
-				'<table><tr/></table>' +
-			'</div>'
-		);
-		trEl = skeletonEl.find('tr');
-
-		if (startCol > 0) {
-			trEl.append('<td colspan="' + startCol + '"/>');
-		}
-
-		trEl.append(
-			seg.el.attr('colspan', endCol - startCol)
-		);
-
-		if (endCol < colCnt) {
-			trEl.append('<td colspan="' + (colCnt - endCol) + '"/>');
-		}
-
-		this.bookendCells(trEl, type);
-
-		return skeletonEl;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Event-rendering methods for the DayGrid class
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-DayGrid.mixin({
-
-	rowStructs: null, // an array of objects, each holding information about a row's foreground event-rendering
-
-
-	// Unrenders all events currently rendered on the grid
-	unrenderEvents: function() {
-		this.removeSegPopover(); // removes the "more.." events popover
-		Grid.prototype.unrenderEvents.apply(this, arguments); // calls the super-method
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves all rendered segment objects currently rendered on the grid
-	getEventSegs: function() {
-		return Grid.prototype.getEventSegs.call(this) // get the segments from the super-method
-			.concat(this.popoverSegs || []); // append the segments from the "more..." popover
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the given background event segments onto the grid
-	renderBgSegs: function(segs) {
-
-		// don't render timed background events
-		var allDaySegs = $.grep(segs, function(seg) {
-			return seg.event.allDay;
-		});
-
-		return Grid.prototype.renderBgSegs.call(this, allDaySegs); // call the super-method
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the given foreground event segments onto the grid
-	renderFgSegs: function(segs) {
-		var rowStructs;
-
-		// render an `.el` on each seg
-		// returns a subset of the segs. segs that were actually rendered
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs);
-
-		rowStructs = this.rowStructs = this.renderSegRows(segs);
-
-		// append to each row's content skeleton
-		this.rowEls.each(function(i, rowNode) {
-			$(rowNode).find('.fc-content-skeleton > table').append(
-				rowStructs[i].tbodyEl
-			);
-		});
-
-		return segs; // return only the segs that were actually rendered
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all currently rendered foreground event segments
-	unrenderFgSegs: function() {
-		var rowStructs = this.rowStructs || [];
-		var rowStruct;
-
-		while ((rowStruct = rowStructs.pop())) {
-			rowStruct.tbodyEl.remove();
-		}
-
-		this.rowStructs = null;
-	},
-
-
-	// Uses the given events array to generate <tbody> elements that should be appended to each row's content skeleton.
-	// Returns an array of rowStruct objects (see the bottom of `renderSegRow`).
-	// PRECONDITION: each segment shoud already have a rendered and assigned `.el`
-	renderSegRows: function(segs) {
-		var rowStructs = [];
-		var segRows;
-		var row;
-
-		segRows = this.groupSegRows(segs); // group into nested arrays
-
-		// iterate each row of segment groupings
-		for (row = 0; row < segRows.length; row++) {
-			rowStructs.push(
-				this.renderSegRow(row, segRows[row])
-			);
-		}
-
-		return rowStructs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds the HTML to be used for the default element for an individual segment
-	fgSegHtml: function(seg, disableResizing) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var isDraggable = view.isEventDraggable(event);
-		var isResizableFromStart = !disableResizing && event.allDay &&
-			seg.isStart && view.isEventResizableFromStart(event);
-		var isResizableFromEnd = !disableResizing && event.allDay &&
-			seg.isEnd && view.isEventResizableFromEnd(event);
-		var classes = this.getSegClasses(seg, isDraggable, isResizableFromStart || isResizableFromEnd);
-		var skinCss = cssToStr(this.getEventSkinCss(event));
-		var timeHtml = '';
-		var timeText;
-		var titleHtml;
-
-		classes.unshift('fc-day-grid-event', 'fc-h-event');
-
-		// Only display a timed events time if it is the starting segment
-		if (seg.isStart) {
-			timeText = this.getEventTimeText(event);
-			if (timeText) {
-				timeHtml = '<span class="fc-time">' + htmlEscape(timeText) + '</span>';
-			}
-		}
-
-		titleHtml =
-			'<span class="fc-title">' +
-				(htmlEscape(event.title || '') || '&nbsp;') + // we always want one line of height
-			'</span>';
-		
-		return '<a class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' +
-				(event.url ?
-					' href="' + htmlEscape(event.url) + '"' :
-					''
-					) +
-				(skinCss ?
-					' style="' + skinCss + '"' :
-					''
-					) +
-			'>' +
-				'<div class="fc-content">' +
-					(this.isRTL ?
-						titleHtml + ' ' + timeHtml : // put a natural space in between
-						timeHtml + ' ' + titleHtml   //
-						) +
-				'</div>' +
-				(isResizableFromStart ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-start-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-				(isResizableFromEnd ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-end-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-			'</a>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a row # and an array of segments all in the same row, render a <tbody> element, a skeleton that contains
-	// the segments. Returns object with a bunch of internal data about how the render was calculated.
-	// NOTE: modifies rowSegs
-	renderSegRow: function(row, rowSegs) {
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var segLevels = this.buildSegLevels(rowSegs); // group into sub-arrays of levels
-		var levelCnt = Math.max(1, segLevels.length); // ensure at least one level
-		var tbody = $('<tbody/>');
-		var segMatrix = []; // lookup for which segments are rendered into which level+col cells
-		var cellMatrix = []; // lookup for all <td> elements of the level+col matrix
-		var loneCellMatrix = []; // lookup for <td> elements that only take up a single column
-		var i, levelSegs;
-		var col;
-		var tr;
-		var j, seg;
-		var td;
-
-		// populates empty cells from the current column (`col`) to `endCol`
-		function emptyCellsUntil(endCol) {
-			while (col < endCol) {
-				// try to grab a cell from the level above and extend its rowspan. otherwise, create a fresh cell
-				td = (loneCellMatrix[i - 1] || [])[col];
-				if (td) {
-					td.attr(
-						'rowspan',
-						parseInt(td.attr('rowspan') || 1, 10) + 1
-					);
-				}
-				else {
-					td = $('<td/>');
-					tr.append(td);
-				}
-				cellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-				loneCellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-				col++;
-			}
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < levelCnt; i++) { // iterate through all levels
-			levelSegs = segLevels[i];
-			col = 0;
-			tr = $('<tr/>');
-
-			segMatrix.push([]);
-			cellMatrix.push([]);
-			loneCellMatrix.push([]);
-
-			// levelCnt might be 1 even though there are no actual levels. protect against this.
-			// this single empty row is useful for styling.
-			if (levelSegs) {
-				for (j = 0; j < levelSegs.length; j++) { // iterate through segments in level
-					seg = levelSegs[j];
-
-					emptyCellsUntil(seg.leftCol);
-
-					// create a container that occupies or more columns. append the event element.
-					td = $('<td class="fc-event-container"/>').append(seg.el);
-					if (seg.leftCol != seg.rightCol) {
-						td.attr('colspan', seg.rightCol - seg.leftCol + 1);
-					}
-					else { // a single-column segment
-						loneCellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-					}
-
-					while (col <= seg.rightCol) {
-						cellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-						segMatrix[i][col] = seg;
-						col++;
-					}
-
-					tr.append(td);
-				}
-			}
-
-			emptyCellsUntil(colCnt); // finish off the row
-			this.bookendCells(tr, 'eventSkeleton');
-			tbody.append(tr);
-		}
-
-		return { // a "rowStruct"
-			row: row, // the row number
-			tbodyEl: tbody,
-			cellMatrix: cellMatrix,
-			segMatrix: segMatrix,
-			segLevels: segLevels,
-			segs: rowSegs
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Stacks a flat array of segments, which are all assumed to be in the same row, into subarrays of vertical levels.
-	// NOTE: modifies segs
-	buildSegLevels: function(segs) {
-		var levels = [];
-		var i, seg;
-		var j;
-
-		// Give preference to elements with certain criteria, so they have
-		// a chance to be closer to the top.
-		this.sortSegs(segs);
-		
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-
-			// loop through levels, starting with the topmost, until the segment doesn't collide with other segments
-			for (j = 0; j < levels.length; j++) {
-				if (!isDaySegCollision(seg, levels[j])) {
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-			// `j` now holds the desired subrow index
-			seg.level = j;
-
-			// create new level array if needed and append segment
-			(levels[j] || (levels[j] = [])).push(seg);
-		}
-
-		// order segments left-to-right. very important if calendar is RTL
-		for (j = 0; j < levels.length; j++) {
-			levels[j].sort(compareDaySegCols);
-		}
-
-		return levels;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a flat array of segments, return an array of sub-arrays, grouped by each segment's row
-	groupSegRows: function(segs) {
-		var segRows = [];
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.rowCnt; i++) {
-			segRows.push([]);
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			segRows[segs[i].row].push(segs[i]);
-		}
-
-		return segRows;
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-// Computes whether two segments' columns collide. They are assumed to be in the same row.
-function isDaySegCollision(seg, otherSegs) {
-	var i, otherSeg;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < otherSegs.length; i++) {
-		otherSeg = otherSegs[i];
-
-		if (
-			otherSeg.leftCol <= seg.rightCol &&
-			otherSeg.rightCol >= seg.leftCol
-		) {
-			return true;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return false;
-}
-
-
-// A cmp function for determining the leftmost event
-function compareDaySegCols(a, b) {
-	return a.leftCol - b.leftCol;
-}
-
-;;
-
-/* Methods relate to limiting the number events for a given day on a DayGrid
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-// NOTE: all the segs being passed around in here are foreground segs
-
-DayGrid.mixin({
-
-	segPopover: null, // the Popover that holds events that can't fit in a cell. null when not visible
-	popoverSegs: null, // an array of segment objects that the segPopover holds. null when not visible
-
-
-	removeSegPopover: function() {
-		if (this.segPopover) {
-			this.segPopover.hide(); // in handler, will call segPopover's removeElement
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Limits the number of "levels" (vertically stacking layers of events) for each row of the grid.
-	// `levelLimit` can be false (don't limit), a number, or true (should be computed).
-	limitRows: function(levelLimit) {
-		var rowStructs = this.rowStructs || [];
-		var row; // row #
-		var rowLevelLimit;
-
-		for (row = 0; row < rowStructs.length; row++) {
-			this.unlimitRow(row);
-
-			if (!levelLimit) {
-				rowLevelLimit = false;
-			}
-			else if (typeof levelLimit === 'number') {
-				rowLevelLimit = levelLimit;
-			}
-			else {
-				rowLevelLimit = this.computeRowLevelLimit(row);
-			}
-
-			if (rowLevelLimit !== false) {
-				this.limitRow(row, rowLevelLimit);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the number of levels a row will accomodate without going outside its bounds.
-	// Assumes the row is "rigid" (maintains a constant height regardless of what is inside).
-	// `row` is the row number.
-	computeRowLevelLimit: function(row) {
-		var rowEl = this.rowEls.eq(row); // the containing "fake" row div
-		var rowHeight = rowEl.height(); // TODO: cache somehow?
-		var trEls = this.rowStructs[row].tbodyEl.children();
-		var i, trEl;
-		var trHeight;
-
-		function iterInnerHeights(i, childNode) {
-			trHeight = Math.max(trHeight, $(childNode).outerHeight());
-		}
-
-		// Reveal one level <tr> at a time and stop when we find one out of bounds
-		for (i = 0; i < trEls.length; i++) {
-			trEl = trEls.eq(i).removeClass('fc-limited'); // reset to original state (reveal)
-
-			// with rowspans>1 and IE8, trEl.outerHeight() would return the height of the largest cell,
-			// so instead, find the tallest inner content element.
-			trHeight = 0;
-			trEl.find('> td > :first-child').each(iterInnerHeights);
-
-			if (trEl.position().top + trHeight > rowHeight) {
-				return i;
-			}
-		}
-
-		return false; // should not limit at all
-	},
-
-
-	// Limits the given grid row to the maximum number of levels and injects "more" links if necessary.
-	// `row` is the row number.
-	// `levelLimit` is a number for the maximum (inclusive) number of levels allowed.
-	limitRow: function(row, levelLimit) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var rowStruct = this.rowStructs[row];
-		var moreNodes = []; // array of "more" <a> links and <td> DOM nodes
-		var col = 0; // col #, left-to-right (not chronologically)
-		var cell;
-		var levelSegs; // array of segment objects in the last allowable level, ordered left-to-right
-		var cellMatrix; // a matrix (by level, then column) of all <td> jQuery elements in the row
-		var limitedNodes; // array of temporarily hidden level <tr> and segment <td> DOM nodes
-		var i, seg;
-		var segsBelow; // array of segment objects below `seg` in the current `col`
-		var totalSegsBelow; // total number of segments below `seg` in any of the columns `seg` occupies
-		var colSegsBelow; // array of segment arrays, below seg, one for each column (offset from segs's first column)
-		var td, rowspan;
-		var segMoreNodes; // array of "more" <td> cells that will stand-in for the current seg's cell
-		var j;
-		var moreTd, moreWrap, moreLink;
-
-		// Iterates through empty level cells and places "more" links inside if need be
-		function emptyCellsUntil(endCol) { // goes from current `col` to `endCol`
-			while (col < endCol) {
-				cell = _this.getCell(row, col);
-				segsBelow = _this.getCellSegs(cell, levelLimit);
-				if (segsBelow.length) {
-					td = cellMatrix[levelLimit - 1][col];
-					moreLink = _this.renderMoreLink(cell, segsBelow);
-					moreWrap = $('<div/>').append(moreLink);
-					td.append(moreWrap);
-					moreNodes.push(moreWrap[0]);
-				}
-				col++;
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (levelLimit && levelLimit < rowStruct.segLevels.length) { // is it actually over the limit?
-			levelSegs = rowStruct.segLevels[levelLimit - 1];
-			cellMatrix = rowStruct.cellMatrix;
-
-			limitedNodes = rowStruct.tbodyEl.children().slice(levelLimit) // get level <tr> elements past the limit
-				.addClass('fc-limited').get(); // hide elements and get a simple DOM-nodes array
-
-			// iterate though segments in the last allowable level
-			for (i = 0; i < levelSegs.length; i++) {
-				seg = levelSegs[i];
-				emptyCellsUntil(seg.leftCol); // process empty cells before the segment
-
-				// determine *all* segments below `seg` that occupy the same columns
-				colSegsBelow = [];
-				totalSegsBelow = 0;
-				while (col <= seg.rightCol) {
-					cell = this.getCell(row, col);
-					segsBelow = this.getCellSegs(cell, levelLimit);
-					colSegsBelow.push(segsBelow);
-					totalSegsBelow += segsBelow.length;
-					col++;
-				}
-
-				if (totalSegsBelow) { // do we need to replace this segment with one or many "more" links?
-					td = cellMatrix[levelLimit - 1][seg.leftCol]; // the segment's parent cell
-					rowspan = td.attr('rowspan') || 1;
-					segMoreNodes = [];
-
-					// make a replacement <td> for each column the segment occupies. will be one for each colspan
-					for (j = 0; j < colSegsBelow.length; j++) {
-						moreTd = $('<td class="fc-more-cell"/>').attr('rowspan', rowspan);
-						segsBelow = colSegsBelow[j];
-						cell = this.getCell(row, seg.leftCol + j);
-						moreLink = this.renderMoreLink(cell, [ seg ].concat(segsBelow)); // count seg as hidden too
-						moreWrap = $('<div/>').append(moreLink);
-						moreTd.append(moreWrap);
-						segMoreNodes.push(moreTd[0]);
-						moreNodes.push(moreTd[0]);
-					}
-
-					td.addClass('fc-limited').after($(segMoreNodes)); // hide original <td> and inject replacements
-					limitedNodes.push(td[0]);
-				}
-			}
-
-			emptyCellsUntil(this.colCnt); // finish off the level
-			rowStruct.moreEls = $(moreNodes); // for easy undoing later
-			rowStruct.limitedEls = $(limitedNodes); // for easy undoing later
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Reveals all levels and removes all "more"-related elements for a grid's row.
-	// `row` is a row number.
-	unlimitRow: function(row) {
-		var rowStruct = this.rowStructs[row];
-
-		if (rowStruct.moreEls) {
-			rowStruct.moreEls.remove();
-			rowStruct.moreEls = null;
-		}
-
-		if (rowStruct.limitedEls) {
-			rowStruct.limitedEls.removeClass('fc-limited');
-			rowStruct.limitedEls = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders an <a> element that represents hidden event element for a cell.
-	// Responsible for attaching click handler as well.
-	renderMoreLink: function(cell, hiddenSegs) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-
-		return $('<a class="fc-more"/>')
-			.text(
-				this.getMoreLinkText(hiddenSegs.length)
-			)
-			.on('click', function(ev) {
-				var clickOption = view.opt('eventLimitClick');
-				var date = cell.start;
-				var moreEl = $(this);
-				var dayEl = _this.getCellDayEl(cell);
-				var allSegs = _this.getCellSegs(cell);
-
-				// rescope the segments to be within the cell's date
-				var reslicedAllSegs = _this.resliceDaySegs(allSegs, date);
-				var reslicedHiddenSegs = _this.resliceDaySegs(hiddenSegs, date);
-
-				if (typeof clickOption === 'function') {
-					// the returned value can be an atomic option
-					clickOption = view.trigger('eventLimitClick', null, {
-						date: date,
-						dayEl: dayEl,
-						moreEl: moreEl,
-						segs: reslicedAllSegs,
-						hiddenSegs: reslicedHiddenSegs
-					}, ev);
-				}
-
-				if (clickOption === 'popover') {
-					_this.showSegPopover(cell, moreEl, reslicedAllSegs);
-				}
-				else if (typeof clickOption === 'string') { // a view name
-					view.calendar.zoomTo(date, clickOption);
-				}
-			});
-	},
-
-
-	// Reveals the popover that displays all events within a cell
-	showSegPopover: function(cell, moreLink, segs) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var moreWrap = moreLink.parent(); // the <div> wrapper around the <a>
-		var topEl; // the element we want to match the top coordinate of
-		var options;
-
-		if (this.rowCnt == 1) {
-			topEl = view.el; // will cause the popover to cover any sort of header
-		}
-		else {
-			topEl = this.rowEls.eq(cell.row); // will align with top of row
-		}
-
-		options = {
-			className: 'fc-more-popover',
-			content: this.renderSegPopoverContent(cell, segs),
-			parentEl: this.el,
-			top: topEl.offset().top,
-			autoHide: true, // when the user clicks elsewhere, hide the popover
-			viewportConstrain: view.opt('popoverViewportConstrain'),
-			hide: function() {
-				// kill everything when the popover is hidden
-				_this.segPopover.removeElement();
-				_this.segPopover = null;
-				_this.popoverSegs = null;
-			}
-		};
-
-		// Determine horizontal coordinate.
-		// We use the moreWrap instead of the <td> to avoid border confusion.
-		if (this.isRTL) {
-			options.right = moreWrap.offset().left + moreWrap.outerWidth() + 1; // +1 to be over cell border
-		}
-		else {
-			options.left = moreWrap.offset().left - 1; // -1 to be over cell border
-		}
-
-		this.segPopover = new Popover(options);
-		this.segPopover.show();
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds the inner DOM contents of the segment popover
-	renderSegPopoverContent: function(cell, segs) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var isTheme = view.opt('theme');
-		var title = cell.start.format(view.opt('dayPopoverFormat'));
-		var content = $(
-			'<div class="fc-header ' + view.widgetHeaderClass + '">' +
-				'<span class="fc-close ' +
-					(isTheme ? 'ui-icon ui-icon-closethick' : 'fc-icon fc-icon-x') +
-				'"></span>' +
-				'<span class="fc-title">' +
-					htmlEscape(title) +
-				'</span>' +
-				'<div class="fc-clear"/>' +
-			'</div>' +
-			'<div class="fc-body ' + view.widgetContentClass + '">' +
-				'<div class="fc-event-container"></div>' +
-			'</div>'
-		);
-		var segContainer = content.find('.fc-event-container');
-		var i;
-
-		// render each seg's `el` and only return the visible segs
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs, true); // disableResizing=true
-		this.popoverSegs = segs;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-
-			// because segments in the popover are not part of a grid coordinate system, provide a hint to any
-			// grids that want to do drag-n-drop about which cell it came from
-			segs[i].cell = cell;
-
-			segContainer.append(segs[i].el);
-		}
-
-		return content;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given the events within an array of segment objects, reslice them to be in a single day
-	resliceDaySegs: function(segs, dayDate) {
-
-		// build an array of the original events
-		var events = $.map(segs, function(seg) {
-			return seg.event;
-		});
-
-		var dayStart = dayDate.clone().stripTime();
-		var dayEnd = dayStart.clone().add(1, 'days');
-		var dayRange = { start: dayStart, end: dayEnd };
-
-		// slice the events with a custom slicing function
-		segs = this.eventsToSegs(
-			events,
-			function(range) {
-				var seg = intersectionToSeg(range, dayRange); // undefind if no intersection
-				return seg ? [ seg ] : []; // must return an array of segments
-			}
-		);
-
-		// force an order because eventsToSegs doesn't guarantee one
-		this.sortSegs(segs);
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the text that should be inside a "more" link, given the number of events it represents
-	getMoreLinkText: function(num) {
-		var opt = this.view.opt('eventLimitText');
-
-		if (typeof opt === 'function') {
-			return opt(num);
-		}
-		else {
-			return '+' + num + ' ' + opt;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns segments within a given cell.
-	// If `startLevel` is specified, returns only events including and below that level. Otherwise returns all segs.
-	getCellSegs: function(cell, startLevel) {
-		var segMatrix = this.rowStructs[cell.row].segMatrix;
-		var level = startLevel || 0;
-		var segs = [];
-		var seg;
-
-		while (level < segMatrix.length) {
-			seg = segMatrix[level][cell.col];
-			if (seg) {
-				segs.push(seg);
-			}
-			level++;
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* A component that renders one or more columns of vertical time slots
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var TimeGrid = Grid.extend({
-
-	slotDuration: null, // duration of a "slot", a distinct time segment on given day, visualized by lines
-	snapDuration: null, // granularity of time for dragging and selecting
-	minTime: null, // Duration object that denotes the first visible time of any given day
-	maxTime: null, // Duration object that denotes the exclusive visible end time of any given day
-	colDates: null, // whole-day dates for each column. left to right
-	labelFormat: null, // formatting string for times running along vertical axis
-	labelInterval: null, // duration of how often a label should be displayed for a slot
-
-	dayEls: null, // cells elements in the day-row background
-	slatEls: null, // elements running horizontally across all columns
-
-	slatTops: null, // an array of top positions, relative to the container. last item holds bottom of last slot
-
-	helperEl: null, // cell skeleton element for rendering the mock event "helper"
-
-	businessHourSegs: null,
-
-
-	constructor: function() {
-		Grid.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-constructor
-		this.processOptions();
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the time grid into `this.el`, which should already be assigned.
-	// Relies on the view's colCnt. In the future, this component should probably be self-sufficient.
-	renderDates: function() {
-		this.el.html(this.renderHtml());
-		this.dayEls = this.el.find('.fc-day');
-		this.slatEls = this.el.find('.fc-slats tr');
-	},
-
-
-	renderBusinessHours: function() {
-		var events = this.view.calendar.getBusinessHoursEvents();
-		this.businessHourSegs = this.renderFill('businessHours', this.eventsToSegs(events), 'bgevent');
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the basic HTML skeleton for the grid
-	renderHtml: function() {
-		return '' +
-			'<div class="fc-bg">' +
-				'<table>' +
-					this.rowHtml('slotBg') + // leverages RowRenderer, which will call slotBgCellHtml
-				'</table>' +
-			'</div>' +
-			'<div class="fc-slats">' +
-				'<table>' +
-					this.slatRowHtml() +
-				'</table>' +
-			'</div>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the HTML for a vertical background cell behind the slots.
-	// This method is distinct from 'bg' because we wanted a new `rowType` so the View could customize the rendering.
-	slotBgCellHtml: function(cell) {
-		return this.bgCellHtml(cell);
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML for the horizontal "slats" that run width-wise. Has a time axis on a side. Depends on RTL.
-	slatRowHtml: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var isRTL = this.isRTL;
-		var html = '';
-		var slotTime = moment.duration(+this.minTime); // wish there was .clone() for durations
-		var slotDate; // will be on the view's first day, but we only care about its time
-		var isLabeled;
-		var axisHtml;
-
-		// Calculate the time for each slot
-		while (slotTime < this.maxTime) {
-			slotDate = this.start.clone().time(slotTime); // after .time() will be in UTC. but that's good, avoids DST issues
-			isLabeled = isInt(divideDurationByDuration(slotTime, this.labelInterval));
-
-			axisHtml =
-				'<td class="fc-axis fc-time ' + view.widgetContentClass + '" ' + view.axisStyleAttr() + '>' +
-					(isLabeled ?
-						'<span>' + // for matchCellWidths
-							htmlEscape(slotDate.format(this.labelFormat)) +
-						'</span>' :
-						''
-						) +
-				'</td>';
-
-			html +=
-				'<tr ' + (isLabeled ? '' : 'class="fc-minor"') + '>' +
-					(!isRTL ? axisHtml : '') +
-					'<td class="' + view.widgetContentClass + '"/>' +
-					(isRTL ? axisHtml : '') +
-				"</tr>";
-
-			slotTime.add(this.slotDuration);
-		}
-
-		return html;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Options
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Parses various options into properties of this object
-	processOptions: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var slotDuration = view.opt('slotDuration');
-		var snapDuration = view.opt('snapDuration');
-		var input;
-
-		slotDuration = moment.duration(slotDuration);
-		snapDuration = snapDuration ? moment.duration(snapDuration) : slotDuration;
-
-		this.slotDuration = slotDuration;
-		this.snapDuration = snapDuration;
-		this.cellDuration = snapDuration; // for Grid system
-
-		this.minTime = moment.duration(view.opt('minTime'));
-		this.maxTime = moment.duration(view.opt('maxTime'));
-
-		// might be an array value (for TimelineView).
-		// if so, getting the most granular entry (the last one probably).
-		input = view.opt('slotLabelFormat');
-		if ($.isArray(input)) {
-			input = input[input.length - 1];
-		}
-
-		this.labelFormat =
-			input ||
-			view.opt('axisFormat') || // deprecated
-			view.opt('smallTimeFormat'); // the computed default
-
-		input = view.opt('slotLabelInterval');
-		this.labelInterval = input ?
-			moment.duration(input) :
-			this.computeLabelInterval(slotDuration);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes an automatic value for slotLabelInterval
-	computeLabelInterval: function(slotDuration) {
-		var i;
-		var labelInterval;
-		var slotsPerLabel;
-
-		// find the smallest stock label interval that results in more than one slots-per-label
-		for (i = AGENDA_STOCK_SUB_DURATIONS.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
-			labelInterval = moment.duration(AGENDA_STOCK_SUB_DURATIONS[i]);
-			slotsPerLabel = divideDurationByDuration(labelInterval, slotDuration);
-			if (isInt(slotsPerLabel) && slotsPerLabel > 1) {
-				return labelInterval;
-			}
-		}
-
-		return moment.duration(slotDuration); // fall back. clone
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default column header formatting string if `colFormat` is not explicitly defined
-	computeColHeadFormat: function() {
-		if (this.colCnt > 1) { // multiple days, so full single date string WON'T be in title text
-			return this.view.opt('dayOfMonthFormat'); // "Sat 12/10"
-		}
-		else { // single day, so full single date string will probably be in title text
-			return 'dddd'; // "Saturday"
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default event time formatting string if `timeFormat` is not explicitly defined
-	computeEventTimeFormat: function() {
-		return this.view.opt('noMeridiemTimeFormat'); // like "6:30" (no AM/PM)
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default `displayEventEnd` value if one is not expliclty defined
-	computeDisplayEventEnd: function() {
-		return true;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Cell System
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	rangeUpdated: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var colDates = [];
-		var date;
-
-		date = this.start.clone();
-		while (date.isBefore(this.end)) {
-			colDates.push(date.clone());
-			date.add(1, 'day');
-			date = view.skipHiddenDays(date);
-		}
-
-		if (this.isRTL) {
-			colDates.reverse();
-		}
-
-		this.colDates = colDates;
-		this.colCnt = colDates.length;
-		this.rowCnt = Math.ceil((this.maxTime - this.minTime) / this.snapDuration); // # of vertical snaps
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a cell object, generates its start date. Returns a reference-free copy.
-	computeCellDate: function(cell) {
-		var date = this.colDates[cell.col];
-		var time = this.computeSnapTime(cell.row);
-
-		date = this.view.calendar.rezoneDate(date); // give it a 00:00 time
-		date.time(time);
-
-		return date;
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves the element representing the given column
-	getColEl: function(col) {
-		return this.dayEls.eq(col);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Given a row number of the grid, representing a "snap", returns a time (Duration) from its start-of-day
-	computeSnapTime: function(row) {
-		return moment.duration(this.minTime + this.snapDuration * row);
-	},
-
-
-	// Slices up a date range by column into an array of segments
-	rangeToSegs: function(range) {
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var segs = [];
-		var seg;
-		var col;
-		var colDate;
-		var colRange;
-
-		// normalize :(
-		range = {
-			start: range.start.clone().stripZone(),
-			end: range.end.clone().stripZone()
-		};
-
-		for (col = 0; col < colCnt; col++) {
-			colDate = this.colDates[col]; // will be ambig time/timezone
-			colRange = {
-				start: colDate.clone().time(this.minTime),
-				end: colDate.clone().time(this.maxTime)
-			};
-			seg = intersectionToSeg(range, colRange); // both will be ambig timezone
-			if (seg) {
-				seg.col = col;
-				segs.push(seg);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Coordinates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	updateSize: function(isResize) { // NOT a standard Grid method
-		this.computeSlatTops();
-
-		if (isResize) {
-			this.updateSegVerticals();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the top/bottom coordinates of each "snap" rows
-	computeRowCoords: function() {
-		var originTop = this.el.offset().top;
-		var items = [];
-		var i;
-		var item;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.rowCnt; i++) {
-			item = {
-				top: originTop + this.computeTimeTop(this.computeSnapTime(i))
-			};
-			if (i > 0) {
-				items[i - 1].bottom = item.top;
-			}
-			items.push(item);
-		}
-		item.bottom = item.top + this.computeTimeTop(this.computeSnapTime(i));
-
-		return items;
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the top coordinate, relative to the bounds of the grid, of the given date.
-	// A `startOfDayDate` must be given for avoiding ambiguity over how to treat midnight.
-	computeDateTop: function(date, startOfDayDate) {
-		return this.computeTimeTop(
-			moment.duration(
-				date.clone().stripZone() - startOfDayDate.clone().stripTime()
-			)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the top coordinate, relative to the bounds of the grid, of the given time (a Duration).
-	computeTimeTop: function(time) {
-		var slatCoverage = (time - this.minTime) / this.slotDuration; // floating-point value of # of slots covered
-		var slatIndex;
-		var slatRemainder;
-		var slatTop;
-		var slatBottom;
-
-		// constrain. because minTime/maxTime might be customized
-		slatCoverage = Math.max(0, slatCoverage);
-		slatCoverage = Math.min(this.slatEls.length, slatCoverage);
-
-		slatIndex = Math.floor(slatCoverage); // an integer index of the furthest whole slot
-		slatRemainder = slatCoverage - slatIndex;
-		slatTop = this.slatTops[slatIndex]; // the top position of the furthest whole slot
-
-		if (slatRemainder) { // time spans part-way into the slot
-			slatBottom = this.slatTops[slatIndex + 1];
-			return slatTop + (slatBottom - slatTop) * slatRemainder; // part-way between slots
-		}
-		else {
-			return slatTop;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Queries each `slatEl` for its position relative to the grid's container and stores it in `slatTops`.
-	// Includes the the bottom of the last slat as the last item in the array.
-	computeSlatTops: function() {
-		var tops = [];
-		var top;
-
-		this.slatEls.each(function(i, node) {
-			top = $(node).position().top;
-			tops.push(top);
-		});
-
-		tops.push(top + this.slatEls.last().outerHeight()); // bottom of the last slat
-
-		this.slatTops = tops;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Drag Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being dragged over the specified date(s).
-	// dropLocation's end might be null, as well as `seg`. See Grid::renderDrag for more info.
-	// A returned value of `true` signals that a mock "helper" event has been rendered.
-	renderDrag: function(dropLocation, seg) {
-
-		if (seg) { // if there is event information for this drag, render a helper event
-			this.renderRangeHelper(dropLocation, seg);
-			this.applyDragOpacity(this.helperEl);
-
-			return true; // signal that a helper has been rendered
-		}
-		else {
-			// otherwise, just render a highlight
-			this.renderHighlight(this.eventRangeToSegs(dropLocation));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of an event being dragged
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Resize Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being resized
-	renderEventResize: function(range, seg) {
-		this.renderRangeHelper(range, seg);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of an event being resized
-	unrenderEventResize: function() {
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Helper
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a mock "helper" event. `sourceSeg` is the original segment object and might be null (an external drag)
-	renderHelper: function(event, sourceSeg) {
-		var segs = this.eventsToSegs([ event ]);
-		var tableEl;
-		var i, seg;
-		var sourceEl;
-
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs); // assigns each seg's el and returns a subset of segs that were rendered
-		tableEl = this.renderSegTable(segs);
-
-		// Try to make the segment that is in the same row as sourceSeg look the same
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			if (sourceSeg && sourceSeg.col === seg.col) {
-				sourceEl = sourceSeg.el;
-				seg.el.css({
-					left: sourceEl.css('left'),
-					right: sourceEl.css('right'),
-					'margin-left': sourceEl.css('margin-left'),
-					'margin-right': sourceEl.css('margin-right')
-				});
-			}
-		}
-
-		this.helperEl = $('<div class="fc-helper-skeleton"/>')
-			.append(tableEl)
-				.appendTo(this.el);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any mock helper event
-	unrenderHelper: function() {
-		if (this.helperEl) {
-			this.helperEl.remove();
-			this.helperEl = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Selection
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of a selection. Overrides the default, which was to simply render a highlight.
-	renderSelection: function(range) {
-		if (this.view.opt('selectHelper')) { // this setting signals that a mock helper event should be rendered
-			this.renderRangeHelper(range);
-		}
-		else {
-			this.renderHighlight(this.selectionRangeToSegs(range));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of a selection
-	unrenderSelection: function() {
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Fill System (highlight, background events, business hours)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a set of rectangles over the given time segments.
-	// Only returns segments that successfully rendered.
-	renderFill: function(type, segs, className) {
-		var segCols;
-		var skeletonEl;
-		var trEl;
-		var col, colSegs;
-		var tdEl;
-		var containerEl;
-		var dayDate;
-		var i, seg;
-
-		if (segs.length) {
-
-			segs = this.renderFillSegEls(type, segs); // assignes `.el` to each seg. returns successfully rendered segs
-			segCols = this.groupSegCols(segs); // group into sub-arrays, and assigns 'col' to each seg
-
-			className = className || type.toLowerCase();
-			skeletonEl = $(
-				'<div class="fc-' + className + '-skeleton">' +
-					'<table><tr/></table>' +
-				'</div>'
-			);
-			trEl = skeletonEl.find('tr');
-
-			for (col = 0; col < segCols.length; col++) {
-				colSegs = segCols[col];
-				tdEl = $('<td/>').appendTo(trEl);
-
-				if (colSegs.length) {
-					containerEl = $('<div class="fc-' + className + '-container"/>').appendTo(tdEl);
-					dayDate = this.colDates[col];
-
-					for (i = 0; i < colSegs.length; i++) {
-						seg = colSegs[i];
-						containerEl.append(
-							seg.el.css({
-								top: this.computeDateTop(seg.start, dayDate),
-								bottom: -this.computeDateTop(seg.end, dayDate) // the y position of the bottom edge
-							})
-						);
-					}
-				}
-			}
-
-			this.bookendCells(trEl, type);
-
-			this.el.append(skeletonEl);
-			this.elsByFill[type] = skeletonEl;
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Event-rendering methods for the TimeGrid class
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-TimeGrid.mixin({
-
-	eventSkeletonEl: null, // has cells with event-containers, which contain absolutely positioned event elements
-
-
-	// Renders the given foreground event segments onto the grid
-	renderFgSegs: function(segs) {
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs); // returns a subset of the segs. segs that were actually rendered
-
-		this.el.append(
-			this.eventSkeletonEl = $('<div class="fc-content-skeleton"/>')
-				.append(this.renderSegTable(segs))
-		);
-
-		return segs; // return only the segs that were actually rendered
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all currently rendered foreground event segments
-	unrenderFgSegs: function(segs) {
-		if (this.eventSkeletonEl) {
-			this.eventSkeletonEl.remove();
-			this.eventSkeletonEl = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders and returns the <table> portion of the event-skeleton.
-	// Returns an object with properties 'tbodyEl' and 'segs'.
-	renderSegTable: function(segs) {
-		var tableEl = $('<table><tr/></table>');
-		var trEl = tableEl.find('tr');
-		var segCols;
-		var i, seg;
-		var col, colSegs;
-		var containerEl;
-
-		segCols = this.groupSegCols(segs); // group into sub-arrays, and assigns 'col' to each seg
-
-		this.computeSegVerticals(segs); // compute and assign top/bottom
-
-		for (col = 0; col < segCols.length; col++) { // iterate each column grouping
-			colSegs = segCols[col];
-			this.placeSlotSegs(colSegs); // compute horizontal coordinates, z-index's, and reorder the array
-
-			containerEl = $('<div class="fc-event-container"/>');
-
-			// assign positioning CSS and insert into container
-			for (i = 0; i < colSegs.length; i++) {
-				seg = colSegs[i];
-				seg.el.css(this.generateSegPositionCss(seg));
-
-				// if the height is short, add a className for alternate styling
-				if (seg.bottom - seg.top < 30) {
-					seg.el.addClass('fc-short');
-				}
-
-				containerEl.append(seg.el);
-			}
-
-			trEl.append($('<td/>').append(containerEl));
-		}
-
-		this.bookendCells(trEl, 'eventSkeleton');
-
-		return tableEl;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an array of segments that are all in the same column, sets the backwardCoord and forwardCoord on each.
-	// NOTE: Also reorders the given array by date!
-	placeSlotSegs: function(segs) {
-		var levels;
-		var level0;
-		var i;
-
-		this.sortSegs(segs); // order by date
-		levels = buildSlotSegLevels(segs);
-		computeForwardSlotSegs(levels);
-
-		if ((level0 = levels[0])) {
-
-			for (i = 0; i < level0.length; i++) {
-				computeSlotSegPressures(level0[i]);
-			}
-
-			for (i = 0; i < level0.length; i++) {
-				this.computeSlotSegCoords(level0[i], 0, 0);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Calculate seg.forwardCoord and seg.backwardCoord for the segment, where both values range
-	// from 0 to 1. If the calendar is left-to-right, the seg.backwardCoord maps to "left" and
-	// seg.forwardCoord maps to "right" (via percentage). Vice-versa if the calendar is right-to-left.
-	//
-	// The segment might be part of a "series", which means consecutive segments with the same pressure
-	// who's width is unknown until an edge has been hit. `seriesBackwardPressure` is the number of
-	// segments behind this one in the current series, and `seriesBackwardCoord` is the starting
-	// coordinate of the first segment in the series.
-	computeSlotSegCoords: function(seg, seriesBackwardPressure, seriesBackwardCoord) {
-		var forwardSegs = seg.forwardSegs;
-		var i;
-
-		if (seg.forwardCoord === undefined) { // not already computed
-
-			if (!forwardSegs.length) {
-
-				// if there are no forward segments, this segment should butt up against the edge
-				seg.forwardCoord = 1;
-			}
-			else {
-
-				// sort highest pressure first
-				this.sortForwardSlotSegs(forwardSegs);
-
-				// this segment's forwardCoord will be calculated from the backwardCoord of the
-				// highest-pressure forward segment.
-				this.computeSlotSegCoords(forwardSegs[0], seriesBackwardPressure + 1, seriesBackwardCoord);
-				seg.forwardCoord = forwardSegs[0].backwardCoord;
-			}
-
-			// calculate the backwardCoord from the forwardCoord. consider the series
-			seg.backwardCoord = seg.forwardCoord -
-				(seg.forwardCoord - seriesBackwardCoord) / // available width for series
-				(seriesBackwardPressure + 1); // # of segments in the series
-
-			// use this segment's coordinates to computed the coordinates of the less-pressurized
-			// forward segments
-			for (i=0; i<forwardSegs.length; i++) {
-				this.computeSlotSegCoords(forwardSegs[i], 0, seg.forwardCoord);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Refreshes the CSS top/bottom coordinates for each segment element. Probably after a window resize/zoom.
-	// Repositions business hours segs too, so not just for events. Maybe shouldn't be here.
-	updateSegVerticals: function() {
-		var allSegs = (this.segs || []).concat(this.businessHourSegs || []);
-		var i;
-
-		this.computeSegVerticals(allSegs);
-
-		for (i = 0; i < allSegs.length; i++) {
-			allSegs[i].el.css(
-				this.generateSegVerticalCss(allSegs[i])
-			);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// For each segment in an array, computes and assigns its top and bottom properties
-	computeSegVerticals: function(segs) {
-		var i, seg;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			seg.top = this.computeDateTop(seg.start, seg.start);
-			seg.bottom = this.computeDateTop(seg.end, seg.start);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the HTML for a single event segment's default rendering
-	fgSegHtml: function(seg, disableResizing) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var isDraggable = view.isEventDraggable(event);
-		var isResizableFromStart = !disableResizing && seg.isStart && view.isEventResizableFromStart(event);
-		var isResizableFromEnd = !disableResizing && seg.isEnd && view.isEventResizableFromEnd(event);
-		var classes = this.getSegClasses(seg, isDraggable, isResizableFromStart || isResizableFromEnd);
-		var skinCss = cssToStr(this.getEventSkinCss(event));
-		var timeText;
-		var fullTimeText; // more verbose time text. for the print stylesheet
-		var startTimeText; // just the start time text
-
-		classes.unshift('fc-time-grid-event', 'fc-v-event');
-
-		if (view.isMultiDayEvent(event)) { // if the event appears to span more than one day...
-			// Don't display time text on segments that run entirely through a day.
-			// That would appear as midnight-midnight and would look dumb.
-			// Otherwise, display the time text for the *segment's* times (like 6pm-midnight or midnight-10am)
-			if (seg.isStart || seg.isEnd) {
-				timeText = this.getEventTimeText(seg);
-				fullTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(seg, 'LT');
-				startTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(seg, null, false); // displayEnd=false
-			}
-		} else {
-			// Display the normal time text for the *event's* times
-			timeText = this.getEventTimeText(event);
-			fullTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(event, 'LT');
-			startTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(event, null, false); // displayEnd=false
-		}
-
-		return '<a class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' +
-			(event.url ?
-				' href="' + htmlEscape(event.url) + '"' :
-				''
-				) +
-			(skinCss ?
-				' style="' + skinCss + '"' :
-				''
-				) +
-			'>' +
-				'<div class="fc-content">' +
-					(timeText ?
-						'<div class="fc-time"' +
-						' data-start="' + htmlEscape(startTimeText) + '"' +
-						' data-full="' + htmlEscape(fullTimeText) + '"' +
-						'>' +
-							'<span>' + htmlEscape(timeText) + '</span>' +
-						'</div>' :
-						''
-						) +
-					(event.title ?
-						'<div class="fc-title">' +
-							htmlEscape(event.title) +
-						'</div>' :
-						''
-						) +
-				'</div>' +
-				'<div class="fc-bg"/>' +
-				/* TODO: write CSS for this
-				(isResizableFromStart ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-start-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-				*/
-				(isResizableFromEnd ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-end-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-			'</a>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an object with CSS properties/values that should be applied to an event segment element.
-	// Contains important positioning-related properties that should be applied to any event element, customized or not.
-	generateSegPositionCss: function(seg) {
-		var shouldOverlap = this.view.opt('slotEventOverlap');
-		var backwardCoord = seg.backwardCoord; // the left side if LTR. the right side if RTL. floating-point
-		var forwardCoord = seg.forwardCoord; // the right side if LTR. the left side if RTL. floating-point
-		var props = this.generateSegVerticalCss(seg); // get top/bottom first
-		var left; // amount of space from left edge, a fraction of the total width
-		var right; // amount of space from right edge, a fraction of the total width
-
-		if (shouldOverlap) {
-			// double the width, but don't go beyond the maximum forward coordinate (1.0)
-			forwardCoord = Math.min(1, backwardCoord + (forwardCoord - backwardCoord) * 2);
-		}
-
-		if (this.isRTL) {
-			left = 1 - forwardCoord;
-			right = backwardCoord;
-		}
-		else {
-			left = backwardCoord;
-			right = 1 - forwardCoord;
-		}
-
-		props.zIndex = seg.level + 1; // convert from 0-base to 1-based
-		props.left = left * 100 + '%';
-		props.right = right * 100 + '%';
-
-		if (shouldOverlap && seg.forwardPressure) {
-			// add padding to the edge so that forward stacked events don't cover the resizer's icon
-			props[this.isRTL ? 'marginLeft' : 'marginRight'] = 10 * 2; // 10 is a guesstimate of the icon's width
-		}
-
-		return props;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an object with CSS properties for the top/bottom coordinates of a segment element
-	generateSegVerticalCss: function(seg) {
-		return {
-			top: seg.top,
-			bottom: -seg.bottom // flipped because needs to be space beyond bottom edge of event container
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a flat array of segments, return an array of sub-arrays, grouped by each segment's col
-	groupSegCols: function(segs) {
-		var segCols = [];
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.colCnt; i++) {
-			segCols.push([]);
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			segCols[segs[i].col].push(segs[i]);
-		}
-
-		return segCols;
-	},
-
-
-	sortForwardSlotSegs: function(forwardSegs) {
-		forwardSegs.sort(proxy(this, 'compareForwardSlotSegs'));
-	},
-
-
-	// A cmp function for determining which forward segment to rely on more when computing coordinates.
-	compareForwardSlotSegs: function(seg1, seg2) {
-		// put higher-pressure first
-		return seg2.forwardPressure - seg1.forwardPressure ||
-			// put segments that are closer to initial edge first (and favor ones with no coords yet)
-			(seg1.backwardCoord || 0) - (seg2.backwardCoord || 0) ||
-			// do normal sorting...
-			this.compareSegs(seg1, seg2);
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-// Builds an array of segments "levels". The first level will be the leftmost tier of segments if the calendar is
-// left-to-right, or the rightmost if the calendar is right-to-left. Assumes the segments are already ordered by date.
-function buildSlotSegLevels(segs) {
-	var levels = [];
-	var i, seg;
-	var j;
-
-	for (i=0; i<segs.length; i++) {
-		seg = segs[i];
-
-		// go through all the levels and stop on the first level where there are no collisions
-		for (j=0; j<levels.length; j++) {
-			if (!computeSlotSegCollisions(seg, levels[j]).length) {
-				break;
-			}
-		}
-
-		seg.level = j;
-
-		(levels[j] || (levels[j] = [])).push(seg);
-	}
-
-	return levels;
-}
-
-
-// For every segment, figure out the other segments that are in subsequent
-// levels that also occupy the same vertical space. Accumulate in seg.forwardSegs
-function computeForwardSlotSegs(levels) {
-	var i, level;
-	var j, seg;
-	var k;
-
-	for (i=0; i<levels.length; i++) {
-		level = levels[i];
-
-		for (j=0; j<level.length; j++) {
-			seg = level[j];
-
-			seg.forwardSegs = [];
-			for (k=i+1; k<levels.length; k++) {
-				computeSlotSegCollisions(seg, levels[k], seg.forwardSegs);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Figure out which path forward (via seg.forwardSegs) results in the longest path until
-// the furthest edge is reached. The number of segments in this path will be seg.forwardPressure
-function computeSlotSegPressures(seg) {
-	var forwardSegs = seg.forwardSegs;
-	var forwardPressure = 0;
-	var i, forwardSeg;
-
-	if (seg.forwardPressure === undefined) { // not already computed
-
-		for (i=0; i<forwardSegs.length; i++) {
-			forwardSeg = forwardSegs[i];
-
-			// figure out the child's maximum forward path
-			computeSlotSegPressures(forwardSeg);
-
-			// either use the existing maximum, or use the child's forward pressure
-			// plus one (for the forwardSeg itself)
-			forwardPressure = Math.max(
-				forwardPressure,
-				1 + forwardSeg.forwardPressure
-			);
-		}
-
-		seg.forwardPressure = forwardPressure;
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Find all the segments in `otherSegs` that vertically collide with `seg`.
-// Append into an optionally-supplied `results` array and return.
-function computeSlotSegCollisions(seg, otherSegs, results) {
-	results = results || [];
-
-	for (var i=0; i<otherSegs.length; i++) {
-		if (isSlotSegCollision(seg, otherSegs[i])) {
-			results.push(otherSegs[i]);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return results;
-}
-
-
-// Do these segments occupy the same vertical space?
-function isSlotSegCollision(seg1, seg2) {
-	return seg1.bottom > seg2.top && seg1.top < seg2.bottom;
-}
-
-;;
-
-/* An abstract class from which other views inherit from
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var View = fc.View = Class.extend({
-
-	type: null, // subclass' view name (string)
-	name: null, // deprecated. use `type` instead
-	title: null, // the text that will be displayed in the header's title
-
-	calendar: null, // owner Calendar object
-	options: null, // hash containing all options. already merged with view-specific-options
-	coordMap: null, // a CoordMap object for converting pixel regions to dates
-	el: null, // the view's containing element. set by Calendar
-
-	displaying: null, // a promise representing the state of rendering. null if no render requested
-	isSkeletonRendered: false,
-	isEventsRendered: false,
-
-	// range the view is actually displaying (moments)
-	start: null,
-	end: null, // exclusive
-
-	// range the view is formally responsible for (moments)
-	// may be different from start/end. for example, a month view might have 1st-31st, excluding padded dates
-	intervalStart: null,
-	intervalEnd: null, // exclusive
-	intervalDuration: null,
-	intervalUnit: null, // name of largest unit being displayed, like "month" or "week"
-
-	isRTL: false,
-	isSelected: false, // boolean whether a range of time is user-selected or not
-
-	eventOrderSpecs: null, // criteria for ordering events when they have same date/time
-
-	// subclasses can optionally use a scroll container
-	scrollerEl: null, // the element that will most likely scroll when content is too tall
-	scrollTop: null, // cached vertical scroll value
-
-	// classNames styled by jqui themes
-	widgetHeaderClass: null,
-	widgetContentClass: null,
-	highlightStateClass: null,
-
-	// for date utils, computed from options
-	nextDayThreshold: null,
-	isHiddenDayHash: null,
-
-	// document handlers, bound to `this` object
-	documentMousedownProxy: null, // TODO: doesn't work with touch
-
-
-	constructor: function(calendar, type, options, intervalDuration) {
-
-		this.calendar = calendar;
-		this.type = this.name = type; // .name is deprecated
-		this.options = options;
-		this.intervalDuration = intervalDuration || moment.duration(1, 'day');
-
-		this.nextDayThreshold = moment.duration(this.opt('nextDayThreshold'));
-		this.initThemingProps();
-		this.initHiddenDays();
-		this.isRTL = this.opt('isRTL');
-
-		this.eventOrderSpecs = parseFieldSpecs(this.opt('eventOrder'));
-
-		this.documentMousedownProxy = proxy(this, 'documentMousedown');
-
-		this.initialize();
-	},
-
-
-	// A good place for subclasses to initialize member variables
-	initialize: function() {
-		// subclasses can implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves an option with the given name
-	opt: function(name) {
-		return this.options[name];
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers handlers that are view-related. Modifies args before passing to calendar.
-	trigger: function(name, thisObj) { // arguments beyond thisObj are passed along
-		var calendar = this.calendar;
-
-		return calendar.trigger.apply(
-			calendar,
-			[name, thisObj || this].concat(
-				Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 2), // arguments beyond thisObj
-				[ this ] // always make the last argument a reference to the view. TODO: deprecate
-			)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Updates all internal dates to center around the given current date
-	setDate: function(date) {
-		this.setRange(this.computeRange(date));
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates all internal dates for displaying the given range.
-	// Expects all values to be normalized (like what computeRange does).
-	setRange: function(range) {
-		$.extend(this, range);
-		this.updateTitle();
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a single current date, produce information about what range to display.
-	// Subclasses can override. Must return all properties.
-	computeRange: function(date) {
-		var intervalUnit = computeIntervalUnit(this.intervalDuration);
-		var intervalStart = date.clone().startOf(intervalUnit);
-		var intervalEnd = intervalStart.clone().add(this.intervalDuration);
-		var start, end;
-
-		// normalize the range's time-ambiguity
-		if (/year|month|week|day/.test(intervalUnit)) { // whole-days?
-			intervalStart.stripTime();
-			intervalEnd.stripTime();
-		}
-		else { // needs to have a time?
-			if (!intervalStart.hasTime()) {
-				intervalStart = this.calendar.rezoneDate(intervalStart); // convert to current timezone, with 00:00
-			}
-			if (!intervalEnd.hasTime()) {
-				intervalEnd = this.calendar.rezoneDate(intervalEnd); // convert to current timezone, with 00:00
-			}
-		}
-
-		start = intervalStart.clone();
-		start = this.skipHiddenDays(start);
-		end = intervalEnd.clone();
-		end = this.skipHiddenDays(end, -1, true); // exclusively move backwards
-
-		return {
-			intervalUnit: intervalUnit,
-			intervalStart: intervalStart,
-			intervalEnd: intervalEnd,
-			start: start,
-			end: end
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the new date when the user hits the prev button, given the current date
-	computePrevDate: function(date) {
-		return this.massageCurrentDate(
-			date.clone().startOf(this.intervalUnit).subtract(this.intervalDuration), -1
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the new date when the user hits the next button, given the current date
-	computeNextDate: function(date) {
-		return this.massageCurrentDate(
-			date.clone().startOf(this.intervalUnit).add(this.intervalDuration)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an arbitrarily calculated current date of the calendar, returns a date that is ensured to be completely
-	// visible. `direction` is optional and indicates which direction the current date was being
-	// incremented or decremented (1 or -1).
-	massageCurrentDate: function(date, direction) {
-		if (this.intervalDuration.as('days') <= 1) { // if the view displays a single day or smaller
-			if (this.isHiddenDay(date)) {
-				date = this.skipHiddenDays(date, direction);
-				date.startOf('day');
-			}
-		}
-
-		return date;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Title and Date Formatting
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Sets the view's title property to the most updated computed value
-	updateTitle: function() {
-		this.title = this.computeTitle();
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes what the title at the top of the calendar should be for this view
-	computeTitle: function() {
-		return this.formatRange(
-			{ start: this.intervalStart, end: this.intervalEnd },
-			this.opt('titleFormat') || this.computeTitleFormat(),
-			this.opt('titleRangeSeparator')
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the format string that should be used to generate the title for the current date range.
-	// Attempts to compute the most appropriate format if not explicitly specified with `titleFormat`.
-	computeTitleFormat: function() {
-		if (this.intervalUnit == 'year') {
-			return 'YYYY';
-		}
-		else if (this.intervalUnit == 'month') {
-			return this.opt('monthYearFormat'); // like "September 2014"
-		}
-		else if (this.intervalDuration.as('days') > 1) {
-			return 'll'; // multi-day range. shorter, like "Sep 9 - 10 2014"
-		}
-		else {
-			return 'LL'; // one day. longer, like "September 9 2014"
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Utility for formatting a range. Accepts a range object, formatting string, and optional separator.
-	// Displays all-day ranges naturally, with an inclusive end. Takes the current isRTL into account.
-	formatRange: function(range, formatStr, separator) {
-		var end = range.end;
-
-		if (!end.hasTime()) { // all-day?
-			end = end.clone().subtract(1); // convert to inclusive. last ms of previous day
-		}
-
-		return formatRange(range.start, end, formatStr, separator, this.opt('isRTL'));
-	},
-
-
-	/* Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Sets the container element that the view should render inside of.
-	// Does other DOM-related initializations.
-	setElement: function(el) {
-		this.el = el;
-		this.bindGlobalHandlers();
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes the view's container element from the DOM, clearing any content beforehand.
-	// Undoes any other DOM-related attachments.
-	removeElement: function() {
-		this.clear(); // clears all content
-
-		// clean up the skeleton
-		if (this.isSkeletonRendered) {
-			this.unrenderSkeleton();
-			this.isSkeletonRendered = false;
-		}
-
-		this.unbindGlobalHandlers();
-
-		this.el.remove();
-
-		// NOTE: don't null-out this.el in case the View was destroyed within an API callback.
-		// We don't null-out the View's other jQuery element references upon destroy,
-		//  so we shouldn't kill this.el either.
-	},
-
-
-	// Does everything necessary to display the view centered around the given date.
-	// Does every type of rendering EXCEPT rendering events.
-	// Is asychronous and returns a promise.
-	display: function(date) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var scrollState = null;
-
-		if (this.displaying) {
-			scrollState = this.queryScroll();
-		}
-
-		return this.clear().then(function() { // clear the content first (async)
-			return (
-				_this.displaying =
-					$.when(_this.displayView(date)) // displayView might return a promise
-						.then(function() {
-							_this.forceScroll(_this.computeInitialScroll(scrollState));
-							_this.triggerRender();
-						})
-			);
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Does everything necessary to clear the content of the view.
-	// Clears dates and events. Does not clear the skeleton.
-	// Is asychronous and returns a promise.
-	clear: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var displaying = this.displaying;
-
-		if (displaying) { // previously displayed, or in the process of being displayed?
-			return displaying.then(function() { // wait for the display to finish
-				_this.displaying = null;
-				_this.clearEvents();
-				return _this.clearView(); // might return a promise. chain it
-			});
-		}
-		else {
-			return $.when(); // an immediately-resolved promise
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Displays the view's non-event content, such as date-related content or anything required by events.
-	// Renders the view's non-content skeleton if necessary.
-	// Can be asynchronous and return a promise.
-	displayView: function(date) {
-		if (!this.isSkeletonRendered) {
-			this.renderSkeleton();
-			this.isSkeletonRendered = true;
-		}
-		this.setDate(date);
-		if (this.render) {
-			this.render(); // TODO: deprecate
-		}
-		this.renderDates();
-		this.updateSize();
-		this.renderBusinessHours(); // might need coordinates, so should go after updateSize()
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the view content that was rendered in displayView.
-	// Can be asynchronous and return a promise.
-	clearView: function() {
-		this.unselect();
-		this.triggerUnrender();
-		this.unrenderBusinessHours();
-		this.unrenderDates();
-		if (this.destroy) {
-			this.destroy(); // TODO: deprecate
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the basic structure of the view before any content is rendered
-	renderSkeleton: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the basic structure of the view
-	unrenderSkeleton: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the view's date-related content (like cells that represent days/times).
-	// Assumes setRange has already been called and the skeleton has already been rendered.
-	renderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the view's date-related content
-	unrenderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should override
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders business-hours onto the view. Assumes updateSize has already been called.
-	renderBusinessHours: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders previously-rendered business-hours
-	unrenderBusinessHours: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Signals that the view's content has been rendered
-	triggerRender: function() {
-		this.trigger('viewRender', this, this, this.el);
-	},
-
-
-	// Signals that the view's content is about to be unrendered
-	triggerUnrender: function() {
-		this.trigger('viewDestroy', this, this, this.el);
-	},
-
-
-	// Binds DOM handlers to elements that reside outside the view container, such as the document
-	bindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		$(document).on('mousedown', this.documentMousedownProxy);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unbinds DOM handlers from elements that reside outside the view container
-	unbindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		$(document).off('mousedown', this.documentMousedownProxy);
-	},
-
-
-	// Initializes internal variables related to theming
-	initThemingProps: function() {
-		var tm = this.opt('theme') ? 'ui' : 'fc';
-
-		this.widgetHeaderClass = tm + '-widget-header';
-		this.widgetContentClass = tm + '-widget-content';
-		this.highlightStateClass = tm + '-state-highlight';
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dimensions
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Refreshes anything dependant upon sizing of the container element of the grid
-	updateSize: function(isResize) {
-		var scrollState;
-
-		if (isResize) {
-			scrollState = this.queryScroll();
-		}
-
-		this.updateHeight(isResize);
-		this.updateWidth(isResize);
-
-		if (isResize) {
-			this.setScroll(scrollState);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Refreshes the horizontal dimensions of the calendar
-	updateWidth: function(isResize) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Refreshes the vertical dimensions of the calendar
-	updateHeight: function(isResize) {
-		var calendar = this.calendar; // we poll the calendar for height information
-
-		this.setHeight(
-			calendar.getSuggestedViewHeight(),
-			calendar.isHeightAuto()
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates the vertical dimensions of the calendar to the specified height.
-	// if `isAuto` is set to true, height becomes merely a suggestion and the view should use its "natural" height.
-	setHeight: function(height, isAuto) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Scroller
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Given the total height of the view, return the number of pixels that should be used for the scroller.
-	// Utility for subclasses.
-	computeScrollerHeight: function(totalHeight) {
-		var scrollerEl = this.scrollerEl;
-		var both;
-		var otherHeight; // cumulative height of everything that is not the scrollerEl in the view (header+borders)
-
-		both = this.el.add(scrollerEl);
-
-		// fuckin IE8/9/10/11 sometimes returns 0 for dimensions. this weird hack was the only thing that worked
-		both.css({
-			position: 'relative', // cause a reflow, which will force fresh dimension recalculation
-			left: -1 // ensure reflow in case the el was already relative. negative is less likely to cause new scroll
-		});
-		otherHeight = this.el.outerHeight() - scrollerEl.height(); // grab the dimensions
-		both.css({ position: '', left: '' }); // undo hack
-
-		return totalHeight - otherHeight;
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the initial pre-configured scroll state prior to allowing the user to change it.
-	// Given the scroll state from the previous rendering. If first time rendering, given null.
-	computeInitialScroll: function(previousScrollState) {
-		return 0;
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves the view's current natural scroll state. Can return an arbitrary format.
-	queryScroll: function() {
-		if (this.scrollerEl) {
-			return this.scrollerEl.scrollTop(); // operates on scrollerEl by default
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Sets the view's scroll state. Will accept the same format computeInitialScroll and queryScroll produce.
-	setScroll: function(scrollState) {
-		if (this.scrollerEl) {
-			return this.scrollerEl.scrollTop(scrollState); // operates on scrollerEl by default
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Sets the scroll state, making sure to overcome any predefined scroll value the browser has in mind
-	forceScroll: function(scrollState) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		this.setScroll(scrollState);
-		setTimeout(function() {
-			_this.setScroll(scrollState);
-		}, 0);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Elements / Segments
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Does everything necessary to display the given events onto the current view
-	displayEvents: function(events) {
-		var scrollState = this.queryScroll();
-
-		this.clearEvents();
-		this.renderEvents(events);
-		this.isEventsRendered = true;
-		this.setScroll(scrollState);
-		this.triggerEventRender();
-	},
-
-
-	// Does everything necessary to clear the view's currently-rendered events
-	clearEvents: function() {
-		if (this.isEventsRendered) {
-			this.triggerEventUnrender();
-			if (this.destroyEvents) {
-				this.destroyEvents(); // TODO: deprecate
-			}
-			this.unrenderEvents();
-			this.isEventsRendered = false;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the events onto the view.
-	renderEvents: function(events) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes event elements from the view.
-	unrenderEvents: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Signals that all events have been rendered
-	triggerEventRender: function() {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			this.trigger('eventAfterRender', seg.event, seg.event, seg.el);
-		});
-		this.trigger('eventAfterAllRender');
-	},
-
-
-	// Signals that all event elements are about to be removed
-	triggerEventUnrender: function() {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			this.trigger('eventDestroy', seg.event, seg.event, seg.el);
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an event and the default element used for rendering, returns the element that should actually be used.
-	// Basically runs events and elements through the eventRender hook.
-	resolveEventEl: function(event, el) {
-		var custom = this.trigger('eventRender', event, event, el);
-
-		if (custom === false) { // means don't render at all
-			el = null;
-		}
-		else if (custom && custom !== true) {
-			el = $(custom);
-		}
-
-		return el;
-	},
-
-
-	// Hides all rendered event segments linked to the given event
-	showEvent: function(event) {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			seg.el.css('visibility', '');
-		}, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Shows all rendered event segments linked to the given event
-	hideEvent: function(event) {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			seg.el.css('visibility', 'hidden');
-		}, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Iterates through event segments that have been rendered (have an el). Goes through all by default.
-	// If the optional `event` argument is specified, only iterates through segments linked to that event.
-	// The `this` value of the callback function will be the view.
-	renderedEventSegEach: function(func, event) {
-		var segs = this.getEventSegs();
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			if (!event || segs[i].event._id === event._id) {
-				if (segs[i].el) {
-					func.call(this, segs[i]);
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves all the rendered segment objects for the view
-	getEventSegs: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-		return [];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Drag-n-Drop
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes if the given event is allowed to be dragged by the user
-	isEventDraggable: function(event) {
-		var source = event.source || {};
-
-		return firstDefined(
-			event.startEditable,
-			source.startEditable,
-			this.opt('eventStartEditable'),
-			event.editable,
-			source.editable,
-			this.opt('editable')
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Must be called when an event in the view is dropped onto new location.
-	// `dropLocation` is an object that contains the new start/end/allDay values for the event.
-	reportEventDrop: function(event, dropLocation, largeUnit, el, ev) {
-		var calendar = this.calendar;
-		var mutateResult = calendar.mutateEvent(event, dropLocation, largeUnit);
-		var undoFunc = function() {
-			mutateResult.undo();
-			calendar.reportEventChange();
-		};
-
-		this.triggerEventDrop(event, mutateResult.dateDelta, undoFunc, el, ev);
-		calendar.reportEventChange(); // will rerender events
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers event-drop handlers that have subscribed via the API
-	triggerEventDrop: function(event, dateDelta, undoFunc, el, ev) {
-		this.trigger('eventDrop', el[0], event, dateDelta, undoFunc, ev, {}); // {} = jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	/* External Element Drag-n-Drop
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Must be called when an external element, via jQuery UI, has been dropped onto the calendar.
-	// `meta` is the parsed data that has been embedded into the dragging event.
-	// `dropLocation` is an object that contains the new start/end/allDay values for the event.
-	reportExternalDrop: function(meta, dropLocation, el, ev, ui) {
-		var eventProps = meta.eventProps;
-		var eventInput;
-		var event;
-
-		// Try to build an event object and render it. TODO: decouple the two
-		if (eventProps) {
-			eventInput = $.extend({}, eventProps, dropLocation);
-			event = this.calendar.renderEvent(eventInput, meta.stick)[0]; // renderEvent returns an array
-		}
-
-		this.triggerExternalDrop(event, dropLocation, el, ev, ui);
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers external-drop handlers that have subscribed via the API
-	triggerExternalDrop: function(event, dropLocation, el, ev, ui) {
-
-		// trigger 'drop' regardless of whether element represents an event
-		this.trigger('drop', el[0], dropLocation.start, ev, ui);
-
-		if (event) {
-			this.trigger('eventReceive', null, event); // signal an external event landed
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Drag-n-Drop Rendering (for both events and external elements)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of a event or external-element drag over the given drop zone.
-	// If an external-element, seg will be `null`
-	renderDrag: function(dropLocation, seg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event or external-element being dragged.
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Resizing
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes if the given event is allowed to be resized from its starting edge
-	isEventResizableFromStart: function(event) {
-		return this.opt('eventResizableFromStart') && this.isEventResizable(event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes if the given event is allowed to be resized from its ending edge
-	isEventResizableFromEnd: function(event) {
-		return this.isEventResizable(event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes if the given event is allowed to be resized by the user at all
-	isEventResizable: function(event) {
-		var source = event.source || {};
-
-		return firstDefined(
-			event.durationEditable,
-			source.durationEditable,
-			this.opt('eventDurationEditable'),
-			event.editable,
-			source.editable,
-			this.opt('editable')
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Must be called when an event in the view has been resized to a new length
-	reportEventResize: function(event, resizeLocation, largeUnit, el, ev) {
-		var calendar = this.calendar;
-		var mutateResult = calendar.mutateEvent(event, resizeLocation, largeUnit);
-		var undoFunc = function() {
-			mutateResult.undo();
-			calendar.reportEventChange();
-		};
-
-		this.triggerEventResize(event, mutateResult.durationDelta, undoFunc, el, ev);
-		calendar.reportEventChange(); // will rerender events
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers event-resize handlers that have subscribed via the API
-	triggerEventResize: function(event, durationDelta, undoFunc, el, ev) {
-		this.trigger('eventResize', el[0], event, durationDelta, undoFunc, ev, {}); // {} = jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	/* Selection
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Selects a date range on the view. `start` and `end` are both Moments.
-	// `ev` is the native mouse event that begin the interaction.
-	select: function(range, ev) {
-		this.unselect(ev);
-		this.renderSelection(range);
-		this.reportSelection(range, ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of the selection
-	renderSelection: function(range) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when a new selection is made. Updates internal state and triggers handlers.
-	reportSelection: function(range, ev) {
-		this.isSelected = true;
-		this.triggerSelect(range, ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers handlers to 'select'
-	triggerSelect: function(range, ev) {
-		this.trigger('select', null, range.start, range.end, ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Undoes a selection. updates in the internal state and triggers handlers.
-	// `ev` is the native mouse event that began the interaction.
-	unselect: function(ev) {
-		if (this.isSelected) {
-			this.isSelected = false;
-			if (this.destroySelection) {
-				this.destroySelection(); // TODO: deprecate
-			}
-			this.unrenderSelection();
-			this.trigger('unselect', null, ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of selection
-	unrenderSelection: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Handler for unselecting when the user clicks something and the 'unselectAuto' setting is on
-	documentMousedown: function(ev) {
-		var ignore;
-
-		// is there a selection, and has the user made a proper left click?
-		if (this.isSelected && this.opt('unselectAuto') && isPrimaryMouseButton(ev)) {
-
-			// only unselect if the clicked element is not identical to or inside of an 'unselectCancel' element
-			ignore = this.opt('unselectCancel');
-			if (!ignore || !$(ev.target).closest(ignore).length) {
-				this.unselect(ev);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Day Click
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Triggers handlers to 'dayClick'
-	triggerDayClick: function(cell, dayEl, ev) {
-		this.trigger('dayClick', dayEl, cell.start, ev);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Date Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Initializes internal variables related to calculating hidden days-of-week
-	initHiddenDays: function() {
-		var hiddenDays = this.opt('hiddenDays') || []; // array of day-of-week indices that are hidden
-		var isHiddenDayHash = []; // is the day-of-week hidden? (hash with day-of-week-index -> bool)
-		var dayCnt = 0;
-		var i;
-
-		if (this.opt('weekends') === false) {
-			hiddenDays.push(0, 6); // 0=sunday, 6=saturday
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < 7; i++) {
-			if (
-				!(isHiddenDayHash[i] = $.inArray(i, hiddenDays) !== -1)
-			) {
-				dayCnt++;
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (!dayCnt) {
-			throw 'invalid hiddenDays'; // all days were hidden? bad.
-		}
-
-		this.isHiddenDayHash = isHiddenDayHash;
-	},
-
-
-	// Is the current day hidden?
-	// `day` is a day-of-week index (0-6), or a Moment
-	isHiddenDay: function(day) {
-		if (moment.isMoment(day)) {
-			day = day.day();
-		}
-		return this.isHiddenDayHash[day];
-	},
-
-
-	// Incrementing the current day until it is no longer a hidden day, returning a copy.
-	// If the initial value of `date` is not a hidden day, don't do anything.
-	// Pass `isExclusive` as `true` if you are dealing with an end date.
-	// `inc` defaults to `1` (increment one day forward each time)
-	skipHiddenDays: function(date, inc, isExclusive) {
-		var out = date.clone();
-		inc = inc || 1;
-		while (
-			this.isHiddenDayHash[(out.day() + (isExclusive ? inc : 0) + 7) % 7]
-		) {
-			out.add(inc, 'days');
-		}
-		return out;
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns the date range of the full days the given range visually appears to occupy.
-	// Returns a new range object.
-	computeDayRange: function(range) {
-		var startDay = range.start.clone().stripTime(); // the beginning of the day the range starts
-		var end = range.end;
-		var endDay = null;
-		var endTimeMS;
-
-		if (end) {
-			endDay = end.clone().stripTime(); // the beginning of the day the range exclusively ends
-			endTimeMS = +end.time(); // # of milliseconds into `endDay`
-
-			// If the end time is actually inclusively part of the next day and is equal to or
-			// beyond the next day threshold, adjust the end to be the exclusive end of `endDay`.
-			// Otherwise, leaving it as inclusive will cause it to exclude `endDay`.
-			if (endTimeMS && endTimeMS >= this.nextDayThreshold) {
-				endDay.add(1, 'days');
-			}
-		}
-
-		// If no end was specified, or if it is within `startDay` but not past nextDayThreshold,
-		// assign the default duration of one day.
-		if (!end || endDay <= startDay) {
-			endDay = startDay.clone().add(1, 'days');
-		}
-
-		return { start: startDay, end: endDay };
-	},
-
-
-	// Does the given event visually appear to occupy more than one day?
-	isMultiDayEvent: function(event) {
-		var range = this.computeDayRange(event); // event is range-ish
-
-		return range.end.diff(range.start, 'days') > 1;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-var Calendar = fc.Calendar = Class.extend({
-
-	dirDefaults: null, // option defaults related to LTR or RTL
-	langDefaults: null, // option defaults related to current locale
-	overrides: null, // option overrides given to the fullCalendar constructor
-	options: null, // all defaults combined with overrides
-	viewSpecCache: null, // cache of view definitions
-	view: null, // current View object
-	header: null,
-	loadingLevel: 0, // number of simultaneous loading tasks
-
-
-	// a lot of this class' OOP logic is scoped within this constructor function,
-	// but in the future, write individual methods on the prototype.
-	constructor: Calendar_constructor,
-
-
-	// Subclasses can override this for initialization logic after the constructor has been called
-	initialize: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// Initializes `this.options` and other important options-related objects
-	initOptions: function(overrides) {
-		var lang, langDefaults;
-		var isRTL, dirDefaults;
-
-		// converts legacy options into non-legacy ones.
-		// in the future, when this is removed, don't use `overrides` reference. make a copy.
-		overrides = massageOverrides(overrides);
-
-		lang = overrides.lang;
-		langDefaults = langOptionHash[lang];
-		if (!langDefaults) {
-			lang = Calendar.defaults.lang;
-			langDefaults = langOptionHash[lang] || {};
-		}
-
-		isRTL = firstDefined(
-			overrides.isRTL,
-			langDefaults.isRTL,
-			Calendar.defaults.isRTL
-		);
-		dirDefaults = isRTL ? Calendar.rtlDefaults : {};
-
-		this.dirDefaults = dirDefaults;
-		this.langDefaults = langDefaults;
-		this.overrides = overrides;
-		this.options = mergeOptions([ // merge defaults and overrides. lowest to highest precedence
-			Calendar.defaults, // global defaults
-			dirDefaults,
-			langDefaults,
-			overrides
-		]);
-		populateInstanceComputableOptions(this.options);
-
-		this.viewSpecCache = {}; // somewhat unrelated
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets information about how to create a view. Will use a cache.
-	getViewSpec: function(viewType) {
-		var cache = this.viewSpecCache;
-
-		return cache[viewType] || (cache[viewType] = this.buildViewSpec(viewType));
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a duration singular unit, like "week" or "day", finds a matching view spec.
-	// Preference is given to views that have corresponding buttons.
-	getUnitViewSpec: function(unit) {
-		var viewTypes;
-		var i;
-		var spec;
-
-		if ($.inArray(unit, intervalUnits) != -1) {
-
-			// put views that have buttons first. there will be duplicates, but oh well
-			viewTypes = this.header.getViewsWithButtons();
-			$.each(fc.views, function(viewType) { // all views
-				viewTypes.push(viewType);
-			});
-
-			for (i = 0; i < viewTypes.length; i++) {
-				spec = this.getViewSpec(viewTypes[i]);
-				if (spec) {
-					if (spec.singleUnit == unit) {
-						return spec;
-					}
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds an object with information on how to create a given view
-	buildViewSpec: function(requestedViewType) {
-		var viewOverrides = this.overrides.views || {};
-		var specChain = []; // for the view. lowest to highest priority
-		var defaultsChain = []; // for the view. lowest to highest priority
-		var overridesChain = []; // for the view. lowest to highest priority
-		var viewType = requestedViewType;
-		var spec; // for the view
-		var overrides; // for the view
-		var duration;
-		var unit;
-
-		// iterate from the specific view definition to a more general one until we hit an actual View class
-		while (viewType) {
-			spec = fcViews[viewType];
-			overrides = viewOverrides[viewType];
-			viewType = null; // clear. might repopulate for another iteration
-
-			if (typeof spec === 'function') { // TODO: deprecate
-				spec = { 'class': spec };
-			}
-
-			if (spec) {
-				specChain.unshift(spec);
-				defaultsChain.unshift(spec.defaults || {});
-				duration = duration || spec.duration;
-				viewType = viewType || spec.type;
-			}
-
-			if (overrides) {
-				overridesChain.unshift(overrides); // view-specific option hashes have options at zero-level
-				duration = duration || overrides.duration;
-				viewType = viewType || overrides.type;
-			}
-		}
-
-		spec = mergeProps(specChain);
-		spec.type = requestedViewType;
-		if (!spec['class']) {
-			return false;
-		}
-
-		if (duration) {
-			duration = moment.duration(duration);
-			if (duration.valueOf()) { // valid?
-				spec.duration = duration;
-				unit = computeIntervalUnit(duration);
-
-				// view is a single-unit duration, like "week" or "day"
-				// incorporate options for this. lowest priority
-				if (duration.as(unit) === 1) {
-					spec.singleUnit = unit;
-					overridesChain.unshift(viewOverrides[unit] || {});
-				}
-			}
-		}
-
-		spec.defaults = mergeOptions(defaultsChain);
-		spec.overrides = mergeOptions(overridesChain);
-
-		this.buildViewSpecOptions(spec);
-		this.buildViewSpecButtonText(spec, requestedViewType);
-
-		return spec;
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds and assigns a view spec's options object from its already-assigned defaults and overrides
-	buildViewSpecOptions: function(spec) {
-		spec.options = mergeOptions([ // lowest to highest priority
-			Calendar.defaults, // global defaults
-			spec.defaults, // view's defaults (from ViewSubclass.defaults)
-			this.dirDefaults,
-			this.langDefaults, // locale and dir take precedence over view's defaults!
-			this.overrides, // calendar's overrides (options given to constructor)
-			spec.overrides // view's overrides (view-specific options)
-		]);
-		populateInstanceComputableOptions(spec.options);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes and assigns a view spec's buttonText-related options
-	buildViewSpecButtonText: function(spec, requestedViewType) {
-
-		// given an options object with a possible `buttonText` hash, lookup the buttonText for the
-		// requested view, falling back to a generic unit entry like "week" or "day"
-		function queryButtonText(options) {
-			var buttonText = options.buttonText || {};
-			return buttonText[requestedViewType] ||
-				(spec.singleUnit ? buttonText[spec.singleUnit] : null);
-		}
-
-		// highest to lowest priority
-		spec.buttonTextOverride =
-			queryButtonText(this.overrides) || // constructor-specified buttonText lookup hash takes precedence
-			spec.overrides.buttonText; // `buttonText` for view-specific options is a string
-
-		// highest to lowest priority. mirrors buildViewSpecOptions
-		spec.buttonTextDefault =
-			queryButtonText(this.langDefaults) ||
-			queryButtonText(this.dirDefaults) ||
-			spec.defaults.buttonText || // a single string. from ViewSubclass.defaults
-			queryButtonText(Calendar.defaults) ||
-			(spec.duration ? this.humanizeDuration(spec.duration) : null) || // like "3 days"
-			requestedViewType; // fall back to given view name
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a view name for a custom view or a standard view, creates a ready-to-go View object
-	instantiateView: function(viewType) {
-		var spec = this.getViewSpec(viewType);
-
-		return new spec['class'](this, viewType, spec.options, spec.duration);
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns a boolean about whether the view is okay to instantiate at some point
-	isValidViewType: function(viewType) {
-		return Boolean(this.getViewSpec(viewType));
-	},
-
-
-	// Should be called when any type of async data fetching begins
-	pushLoading: function() {
-		if (!(this.loadingLevel++)) {
-			this.trigger('loading', null, true, this.view);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Should be called when any type of async data fetching completes
-	popLoading: function() {
-		if (!(--this.loadingLevel)) {
-			this.trigger('loading', null, false, this.view);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Given arguments to the select method in the API, returns a range
-	buildSelectRange: function(start, end) {
-
-		start = this.moment(start);
-		if (end) {
-			end = this.moment(end);
-		}
-		else if (start.hasTime()) {
-			end = start.clone().add(this.defaultTimedEventDuration);
-		}
-		else {
-			end = start.clone().add(this.defaultAllDayEventDuration);
-		}
-
-		return { start: start, end: end };
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-Calendar.mixin(Emitter);
-
-
-function Calendar_constructor(element, overrides) {
-	var t = this;
-
-
-	t.initOptions(overrides || {});
-	var options = this.options;
-
-	
-	// Exports
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-	t.render = render;
-	t.destroy = destroy;
-	t.refetchEvents = refetchEvents;
-	t.reportEvents = reportEvents;
-	t.reportEventChange = reportEventChange;
-	t.rerenderEvents = renderEvents; // `renderEvents` serves as a rerender. an API method
-	t.changeView = renderView; // `renderView` will switch to another view
-	t.select = select;
-	t.unselect = unselect;
-	t.prev = prev;
-	t.next = next;
-	t.prevYear = prevYear;
-	t.nextYear = nextYear;
-	t.today = today;
-	t.gotoDate = gotoDate;
-	t.incrementDate = incrementDate;
-	t.zoomTo = zoomTo;
-	t.getDate = getDate;
-	t.getCalendar = getCalendar;
-	t.getView = getView;
-	t.option = option;
-	t.trigger = trigger;
-
-
-
-	// Language-data Internals
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-	// Apply overrides to the current language's data
-
-
-	var localeData = createObject( // make a cheap copy
-		getMomentLocaleData(options.lang) // will fall back to en
-	);
-
-	if (options.monthNames) {
-		localeData._months = options.monthNames;
-	}
-	if (options.monthNamesShort) {
-		localeData._monthsShort = options.monthNamesShort;
-	}
-	if (options.dayNames) {
-		localeData._weekdays = options.dayNames;
-	}
-	if (options.dayNamesShort) {
-		localeData._weekdaysShort = options.dayNamesShort;
-	}
-	if (options.firstDay != null) {
-		var _week = createObject(localeData._week); // _week: { dow: # }
-		_week.dow = options.firstDay;
-		localeData._week = _week;
-	}
-
-	// assign a normalized value, to be used by our .week() moment extension
-	localeData._fullCalendar_weekCalc = (function(weekCalc) {
-		if (typeof weekCalc === 'function') {
-			return weekCalc;
-		}
-		else if (weekCalc === 'local') {
-			return weekCalc;
-		}
-		else if (weekCalc === 'iso' || weekCalc === 'ISO') {
-			return 'ISO';
-		}
-	})(options.weekNumberCalculation);
-
-
-
-	// Calendar-specific Date Utilities
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	t.defaultAllDayEventDuration = moment.duration(options.defaultAllDayEventDuration);
-	t.defaultTimedEventDuration = moment.duration(options.defaultTimedEventDuration);
-
-
-	// Builds a moment using the settings of the current calendar: timezone and language.
-	// Accepts anything the vanilla moment() constructor accepts.
-	t.moment = function() {
-		var mom;
-
-		if (options.timezone === 'local') {
-			mom = fc.moment.apply(null, arguments);
-
-			// Force the moment to be local, because fc.moment doesn't guarantee it.
-			if (mom.hasTime()) { // don't give ambiguously-timed moments a local zone
-				mom.local();
-			}
-		}
-		else if (options.timezone === 'UTC') {
-			mom = fc.moment.utc.apply(null, arguments); // process as UTC
-		}
-		else {
-			mom = fc.moment.parseZone.apply(null, arguments); // let the input decide the zone
-		}
-
-		if ('_locale' in mom) { // moment 2.8 and above
-			mom._locale = localeData;
-		}
-		else { // pre-moment-2.8
-			mom._lang = localeData;
-		}
-
-		return mom;
-	};
-
-
-	// Returns a boolean about whether or not the calendar knows how to calculate
-	// the timezone offset of arbitrary dates in the current timezone.
-	t.getIsAmbigTimezone = function() {
-		return options.timezone !== 'local' && options.timezone !== 'UTC';
-	};
-
-
-	// Returns a copy of the given date in the current timezone of it is ambiguously zoned.
-	// This will also give the date an unambiguous time.
-	t.rezoneDate = function(date) {
-		return t.moment(date.toArray());
-	};
-
-
-	// Returns a moment for the current date, as defined by the client's computer,
-	// or overridden by the `now` option.
-	t.getNow = function() {
-		var now = options.now;
-		if (typeof now === 'function') {
-			now = now();
-		}
-		return t.moment(now);
-	};
-
-
-	// Get an event's normalized end date. If not present, calculate it from the defaults.
-	t.getEventEnd = function(event) {
-		if (event.end) {
-			return event.end.clone();
-		}
-		else {
-			return t.getDefaultEventEnd(event.allDay, event.start);
-		}
-	};
-
-
-	// Given an event's allDay status and start date, return swhat its fallback end date should be.
-	t.getDefaultEventEnd = function(allDay, start) { // TODO: rename to computeDefaultEventEnd
-		var end = start.clone();
-
-		if (allDay) {
-			end.stripTime().add(t.defaultAllDayEventDuration);
-		}
-		else {
-			end.add(t.defaultTimedEventDuration);
-		}
-
-		if (t.getIsAmbigTimezone()) {
-			end.stripZone(); // we don't know what the tzo should be
-		}
-
-		return end;
-	};
-
-
-	// Produces a human-readable string for the given duration.
-	// Side-effect: changes the locale of the given duration.
-	t.humanizeDuration = function(duration) {
-		return (duration.locale || duration.lang).call(duration, options.lang) // works moment-pre-2.8
-			.humanize();
-	};
-
-
-	
-	// Imports
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	EventManager.call(t, options);
-	var isFetchNeeded = t.isFetchNeeded;
-	var fetchEvents = t.fetchEvents;
-
-
-
-	// Locals
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	var _element = element[0];
-	var header;
-	var headerElement;
-	var content;
-	var tm; // for making theme classes
-	var currentView; // NOTE: keep this in sync with this.view
-	var viewsByType = {}; // holds all instantiated view instances, current or not
-	var suggestedViewHeight;
-	var windowResizeProxy; // wraps the windowResize function
-	var ignoreWindowResize = 0;
-	var date;
-	var events = [];
-	
-	
-	
-	// Main Rendering
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	if (options.defaultDate != null) {
-		date = t.moment(options.defaultDate);
-	}
-	else {
-		date = t.getNow();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function render() {
-		if (!content) {
-			initialRender();
-		}
-		else if (elementVisible()) {
-			// mainly for the public API
-			calcSize();
-			renderView();
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function initialRender() {
-		tm = options.theme ? 'ui' : 'fc';
-		element.addClass('fc');
-
-		if (options.isRTL) {
-			element.addClass('fc-rtl');
-		}
-		else {
-			element.addClass('fc-ltr');
-		}
-
-		if (options.theme) {
-			element.addClass('ui-widget');
-		}
-		else {
-			element.addClass('fc-unthemed');
-		}
-
-		content = $("<div class='fc-view-container'/>").prependTo(element);
-
-		header = t.header = new Header(t, options);
-		headerElement = header.render();
-		if (headerElement) {
-			element.prepend(headerElement);
-		}
-
-		renderView(options.defaultView);
-
-		if (options.handleWindowResize) {
-			windowResizeProxy = debounce(windowResize, options.windowResizeDelay); // prevents rapid calls
-			$(window).resize(windowResizeProxy);
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function destroy() {
-
-		if (currentView) {
-			currentView.removeElement();
-
-			// NOTE: don't null-out currentView/t.view in case API methods are called after destroy.
-			// It is still the "current" view, just not rendered.
-		}
-
-		header.removeElement();
-		content.remove();
-		element.removeClass('fc fc-ltr fc-rtl fc-unthemed ui-widget');
-
-		if (windowResizeProxy) {
-			$(window).unbind('resize', windowResizeProxy);
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function elementVisible() {
-		return element.is(':visible');
-	}
-	
-	
-
-	// View Rendering
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// Renders a view because of a date change, view-type change, or for the first time.
-	// If not given a viewType, keep the current view but render different dates.
-	function renderView(viewType) {
-		ignoreWindowResize++;
-
-		// if viewType is changing, remove the old view's rendering
-		if (currentView && viewType && currentView.type !== viewType) {
-			header.deactivateButton(currentView.type);
-			freezeContentHeight(); // prevent a scroll jump when view element is removed
-			currentView.removeElement();
-			currentView = t.view = null;
-		}
-
-		// if viewType changed, or the view was never created, create a fresh view
-		if (!currentView && viewType) {
-			currentView = t.view =
-				viewsByType[viewType] ||
-				(viewsByType[viewType] = t.instantiateView(viewType));
-
-			currentView.setElement(
-				$("<div class='fc-view fc-" + viewType + "-view' />").appendTo(content)
-			);
-			header.activateButton(viewType);
-		}
-
-		if (currentView) {
-
-			// in case the view should render a period of time that is completely hidden
-			date = currentView.massageCurrentDate(date);
-
-			// render or rerender the view
-			if (
-				!currentView.displaying ||
-				!date.isWithin(currentView.intervalStart, currentView.intervalEnd) // implicit date window change
-			) {
-				if (elementVisible()) {
-
-					freezeContentHeight();
-					currentView.display(date);
-					unfreezeContentHeight(); // immediately unfreeze regardless of whether display is async
-
-					// need to do this after View::render, so dates are calculated
-					updateHeaderTitle();
-					updateTodayButton();
-
-					getAndRenderEvents();
-				}
-			}
-		}
-
-		unfreezeContentHeight(); // undo any lone freezeContentHeight calls
-		ignoreWindowResize--;
-	}
-
-	
-
-	// Resizing
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	t.getSuggestedViewHeight = function() {
-		if (suggestedViewHeight === undefined) {
-			calcSize();
-		}
-		return suggestedViewHeight;
-	};
-
-
-	t.isHeightAuto = function() {
-		return options.contentHeight === 'auto' || options.height === 'auto';
-	};
-	
-	
-	function updateSize(shouldRecalc) {
-		if (elementVisible()) {
-
-			if (shouldRecalc) {
-				_calcSize();
-			}
-
-			ignoreWindowResize++;
-			currentView.updateSize(true); // isResize=true. will poll getSuggestedViewHeight() and isHeightAuto()
-			ignoreWindowResize--;
-
-			return true; // signal success
-		}
-	}
-
-
-	function calcSize() {
-		if (elementVisible()) {
-			_calcSize();
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function _calcSize() { // assumes elementVisible
-		if (typeof options.contentHeight === 'number') { // exists and not 'auto'
-			suggestedViewHeight = options.contentHeight;
-		}
-		else if (typeof options.height === 'number') { // exists and not 'auto'
-			suggestedViewHeight = options.height - (headerElement ? headerElement.outerHeight(true) : 0);
-		}
-		else {
-			suggestedViewHeight = Math.round(content.width() / Math.max(options.aspectRatio, .5));
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function windowResize(ev) {
-		if (
-			!ignoreWindowResize &&
-			ev.target === window && // so we don't process jqui "resize" events that have bubbled up
-			currentView.start // view has already been rendered
-		) {
-			if (updateSize(true)) {
-				currentView.trigger('windowResize', _element);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	
-	/* Event Fetching/Rendering
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// TODO: going forward, most of this stuff should be directly handled by the view
-
-
-	function refetchEvents() { // can be called as an API method
-		destroyEvents(); // so that events are cleared before user starts waiting for AJAX
-		fetchAndRenderEvents();
-	}
-
-
-	function renderEvents() { // destroys old events if previously rendered
-		if (elementVisible()) {
-			freezeContentHeight();
-			currentView.displayEvents(events);
-			unfreezeContentHeight();
-		}
-	}
-
-
-	function destroyEvents() {
-		freezeContentHeight();
-		currentView.clearEvents();
-		unfreezeContentHeight();
-	}
-	
-
-	function getAndRenderEvents() {
-		if (!options.lazyFetching || isFetchNeeded(currentView.start, currentView.end)) {
-			fetchAndRenderEvents();
-		}
-		else {
-			renderEvents();
-		}
-	}
-
-
-	function fetchAndRenderEvents() {
-		fetchEvents(currentView.start, currentView.end);
-			// ... will call reportEvents
-			// ... which will call renderEvents
-	}
-
-	
-	// called when event data arrives
-	function reportEvents(_events) {
-		events = _events;
-		renderEvents();
-	}
-
-
-	// called when a single event's data has been changed
-	function reportEventChange() {
-		renderEvents();
-	}
-
-
-
-	/* Header Updating
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	function updateHeaderTitle() {
-		header.updateTitle(currentView.title);
-	}
-
-
-	function updateTodayButton() {
-		var now = t.getNow();
-		if (now.isWithin(currentView.intervalStart, currentView.intervalEnd)) {
-			header.disableButton('today');
-		}
-		else {
-			header.enableButton('today');
-		}
-	}
-	
-
-
-	/* Selection
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	
-
-	function select(start, end) {
-		currentView.select(
-			t.buildSelectRange.apply(t, arguments)
-		);
-	}
-	
-
-	function unselect() { // safe to be called before renderView
-		if (currentView) {
-			currentView.unselect();
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	
-	/* Date
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	
-	
-	function prev() {
-		date = currentView.computePrevDate(date);
-		renderView();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function next() {
-		date = currentView.computeNextDate(date);
-		renderView();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function prevYear() {
-		date.add(-1, 'years');
-		renderView();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function nextYear() {
-		date.add(1, 'years');
-		renderView();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function today() {
-		date = t.getNow();
-		renderView();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function gotoDate(dateInput) {
-		date = t.moment(dateInput);
-		renderView();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function incrementDate(delta) {
-		date.add(moment.duration(delta));
-		renderView();
-	}
-
-
-	// Forces navigation to a view for the given date.
-	// `viewType` can be a specific view name or a generic one like "week" or "day".
-	function zoomTo(newDate, viewType) {
-		var spec;
-
-		viewType = viewType || 'day'; // day is default zoom
-		spec = t.getViewSpec(viewType) || t.getUnitViewSpec(viewType);
-
-		date = newDate;
-		renderView(spec ? spec.type : null);
-	}
-	
-	
-	function getDate() {
-		return date.clone();
-	}
-
-
-
-	/* Height "Freezing"
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// TODO: move this into the view
-
-
-	function freezeContentHeight() {
-		content.css({
-			width: '100%',
-			height: content.height(),
-			overflow: 'hidden'
-		});
-	}
-
-
-	function unfreezeContentHeight() {
-		content.css({
-			width: '',
-			height: '',
-			overflow: ''
-		});
-	}
-	
-	
-	
-	/* Misc
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	
-
-	function getCalendar() {
-		return t;
-	}
-
-	
-	function getView() {
-		return currentView;
-	}
-	
-	
-	function option(name, value) {
-		if (value === undefined) {
-			return options[name];
-		}
-		if (name == 'height' || name == 'contentHeight' || name == 'aspectRatio') {
-			options[name] = value;
-			updateSize(true); // true = allow recalculation of height
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function trigger(name, thisObj) { // overrides the Emitter's trigger method :(
-		var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 2);
-
-		thisObj = thisObj || _element;
-		this.triggerWith(name, thisObj, args); // Emitter's method
-
-		if (options[name]) {
-			return options[name].apply(thisObj, args);
-		}
-	}
-
-	t.initialize();
-}
-
-;;
-
-Calendar.defaults = {
-
-	titleRangeSeparator: ' \u2014 ', // emphasized dash
-	monthYearFormat: 'MMMM YYYY', // required for en. other languages rely on datepicker computable option
-
-	defaultTimedEventDuration: '02:00:00',
-	defaultAllDayEventDuration: { days: 1 },
-	forceEventDuration: false,
-	nextDayThreshold: '09:00:00', // 9am
-
-	// display
-	defaultView: 'month',
-	aspectRatio: 1.35,
-	header: {
-		left: 'title',
-		center: '',
-		right: 'today prev,next'
-	},
-	weekends: true,
-	weekNumbers: false,
-
-	weekNumberTitle: 'W',
-	weekNumberCalculation: 'local',
-	
-	//editable: false,
-
-	scrollTime: '06:00:00',
-	
-	// event ajax
-	lazyFetching: true,
-	startParam: 'start',
-	endParam: 'end',
-	timezoneParam: 'timezone',
-
-	timezone: false,
-
-	//allDayDefault: undefined,
-
-	// locale
-	isRTL: false,
-	buttonText: {
-		prev: "prev",
-		next: "next",
-		prevYear: "prev year",
-		nextYear: "next year",
-		year: 'year', // TODO: locale files need to specify this
-		today: 'today',
-		month: 'month',
-		week: 'week',
-		day: 'day'
-	},
-
-	buttonIcons: {
-		prev: 'left-single-arrow',
-		next: 'right-single-arrow',
-		prevYear: 'left-double-arrow',
-		nextYear: 'right-double-arrow'
-	},
-	
-	// jquery-ui theming
-	theme: false,
-	themeButtonIcons: {
-		prev: 'circle-triangle-w',
-		next: 'circle-triangle-e',
-		prevYear: 'seek-prev',
-		nextYear: 'seek-next'
-	},
-
-	//eventResizableFromStart: false,
-	dragOpacity: .75,
-	dragRevertDuration: 500,
-	dragScroll: true,
-	
-	//selectable: false,
-	unselectAuto: true,
-	
-	dropAccept: '*',
-
-	eventOrder: 'title',
-
-	eventLimit: false,
-	eventLimitText: 'more',
-	eventLimitClick: 'popover',
-	dayPopoverFormat: 'LL',
-	
-	handleWindowResize: true,
-	windowResizeDelay: 200 // milliseconds before an updateSize happens
-	
-};
-
-
-Calendar.englishDefaults = { // used by lang.js
-	dayPopoverFormat: 'dddd, MMMM D'
-};
-
-
-Calendar.rtlDefaults = { // right-to-left defaults
-	header: { // TODO: smarter solution (first/center/last ?)
-		left: 'next,prev today',
-		center: '',
-		right: 'title'
-	},
-	buttonIcons: {
-		prev: 'right-single-arrow',
-		next: 'left-single-arrow',
-		prevYear: 'right-double-arrow',
-		nextYear: 'left-double-arrow'
-	},
-	themeButtonIcons: {
-		prev: 'circle-triangle-e',
-		next: 'circle-triangle-w',
-		nextYear: 'seek-prev',
-		prevYear: 'seek-next'
-	}
-};
-
-;;
-
-var langOptionHash = fc.langs = {}; // initialize and expose
-
-
-// TODO: document the structure and ordering of a FullCalendar lang file
-// TODO: rename everything "lang" to "locale", like what the moment project did
-
-
-// Initialize jQuery UI datepicker translations while using some of the translations
-// Will set this as the default language for datepicker.
-fc.datepickerLang = function(langCode, dpLangCode, dpOptions) {
-
-	// get the FullCalendar internal option hash for this language. create if necessary
-	var fcOptions = langOptionHash[langCode] || (langOptionHash[langCode] = {});
-
-	// transfer some simple options from datepicker to fc
-	fcOptions.isRTL = dpOptions.isRTL;
-	fcOptions.weekNumberTitle = dpOptions.weekHeader;
-
-	// compute some more complex options from datepicker
-	$.each(dpComputableOptions, function(name, func) {
-		fcOptions[name] = func(dpOptions);
-	});
-
-	// is jQuery UI Datepicker is on the page?
-	if ($.datepicker) {
-
-		// Register the language data.
-		// FullCalendar and MomentJS use language codes like "pt-br" but Datepicker
-		// does it like "pt-BR" or if it doesn't have the language, maybe just "pt".
-		// Make an alias so the language can be referenced either way.
-		$.datepicker.regional[dpLangCode] =
-			$.datepicker.regional[langCode] = // alias
-				dpOptions;
-
-		// Alias 'en' to the default language data. Do this every time.
-		$.datepicker.regional.en = $.datepicker.regional[''];
-
-		// Set as Datepicker's global defaults.
-		$.datepicker.setDefaults(dpOptions);
-	}
-};
-
-
-// Sets FullCalendar-specific translations. Will set the language as the global default.
-fc.lang = function(langCode, newFcOptions) {
-	var fcOptions;
-	var momOptions;
-
-	// get the FullCalendar internal option hash for this language. create if necessary
-	fcOptions = langOptionHash[langCode] || (langOptionHash[langCode] = {});
-
-	// provided new options for this language? merge them in
-	if (newFcOptions) {
-		fcOptions = langOptionHash[langCode] = mergeOptions([ fcOptions, newFcOptions ]);
-	}
-
-	// compute language options that weren't defined.
-	// always do this. newFcOptions can be undefined when initializing from i18n file,
-	// so no way to tell if this is an initialization or a default-setting.
-	momOptions = getMomentLocaleData(langCode); // will fall back to en
-	$.each(momComputableOptions, function(name, func) {
-		if (fcOptions[name] == null) {
-			fcOptions[name] = func(momOptions, fcOptions);
-		}
-	});
-
-	// set it as the default language for FullCalendar
-	Calendar.defaults.lang = langCode;
-};
-
-
-// NOTE: can't guarantee any of these computations will run because not every language has datepicker
-// configs, so make sure there are English fallbacks for these in the defaults file.
-var dpComputableOptions = {
-
-	buttonText: function(dpOptions) {
-		return {
-			// the translations sometimes wrongly contain HTML entities
-			prev: stripHtmlEntities(dpOptions.prevText),
-			next: stripHtmlEntities(dpOptions.nextText),
-			today: stripHtmlEntities(dpOptions.currentText)
-		};
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings like "MMMM YYYY" -> "September 2014"
-	monthYearFormat: function(dpOptions) {
-		return dpOptions.showMonthAfterYear ?
-			'YYYY[' + dpOptions.yearSuffix + '] MMMM' :
-			'MMMM YYYY[' + dpOptions.yearSuffix + ']';
-	}
-
-};
-
-var momComputableOptions = {
-
-	// Produces format strings like "ddd M/D" -> "Fri 9/15"
-	dayOfMonthFormat: function(momOptions, fcOptions) {
-		var format = momOptions.longDateFormat('l'); // for the format like "M/D/YYYY"
-
-		// strip the year off the edge, as well as other misc non-whitespace chars
-		format = format.replace(/^Y+[^\w\s]*|[^\w\s]*Y+$/g, '');
-
-		if (fcOptions.isRTL) {
-			format += ' ddd'; // for RTL, add day-of-week to end
-		}
-		else {
-			format = 'ddd ' + format; // for LTR, add day-of-week to beginning
-		}
-		return format;
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings like "h:mma" -> "6:00pm"
-	mediumTimeFormat: function(momOptions) { // can't be called `timeFormat` because collides with option
-		return momOptions.longDateFormat('LT')
-			.replace(/\s*a$/i, 'a'); // convert AM/PM/am/pm to lowercase. remove any spaces beforehand
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings like "h(:mm)a" -> "6pm" / "6:30pm"
-	smallTimeFormat: function(momOptions) {
-		return momOptions.longDateFormat('LT')
-			.replace(':mm', '(:mm)')
-			.replace(/(\Wmm)$/, '($1)') // like above, but for foreign langs
-			.replace(/\s*a$/i, 'a'); // convert AM/PM/am/pm to lowercase. remove any spaces beforehand
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings like "h(:mm)t" -> "6p" / "6:30p"
-	extraSmallTimeFormat: function(momOptions) {
-		return momOptions.longDateFormat('LT')
-			.replace(':mm', '(:mm)')
-			.replace(/(\Wmm)$/, '($1)') // like above, but for foreign langs
-			.replace(/\s*a$/i, 't'); // convert to AM/PM/am/pm to lowercase one-letter. remove any spaces beforehand
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings like "ha" / "H" -> "6pm" / "18"
-	hourFormat: function(momOptions) {
-		return momOptions.longDateFormat('LT')
-			.replace(':mm', '')
-			.replace(/(\Wmm)$/, '') // like above, but for foreign langs
-			.replace(/\s*a$/i, 'a'); // convert AM/PM/am/pm to lowercase. remove any spaces beforehand
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings like "h:mm" -> "6:30" (with no AM/PM)
-	noMeridiemTimeFormat: function(momOptions) {
-		return momOptions.longDateFormat('LT')
-			.replace(/\s*a$/i, ''); // remove trailing AM/PM
-	}
-
-};
-
-
-// options that should be computed off live calendar options (considers override options)
-var instanceComputableOptions = { // TODO: best place for this? related to lang?
-
-	// Produces format strings for results like "Mo 16"
-	smallDayDateFormat: function(options) {
-		return options.isRTL ?
-			'D dd' :
-			'dd D';
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings for results like "Wk 5"
-	weekFormat: function(options) {
-		return options.isRTL ?
-			'w[ ' + options.weekNumberTitle + ']' :
-			'[' + options.weekNumberTitle + ' ]w';
-	},
-
-	// Produces format strings for results like "Wk5"
-	smallWeekFormat: function(options) {
-		return options.isRTL ?
-			'w[' + options.weekNumberTitle + ']' :
-			'[' + options.weekNumberTitle + ']w';
-	}
-
-};
-
-function populateInstanceComputableOptions(options) {
-	$.each(instanceComputableOptions, function(name, func) {
-		if (options[name] == null) {
-			options[name] = func(options);
-		}
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Returns moment's internal locale data. If doesn't exist, returns English.
-// Works with moment-pre-2.8
-function getMomentLocaleData(langCode) {
-	var func = moment.localeData || moment.langData;
-	return func.call(moment, langCode) ||
-		func.call(moment, 'en'); // the newer localData could return null, so fall back to en
-}
-
-
-// Initialize English by forcing computation of moment-derived options.
-// Also, sets it as the default.
-fc.lang('en', Calendar.englishDefaults);
-
-;;
-
-/* Top toolbar area with buttons and title
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-// TODO: rename all header-related things to "toolbar"
-
-function Header(calendar, options) {
-	var t = this;
-	
-	// exports
-	t.render = render;
-	t.removeElement = removeElement;
-	t.updateTitle = updateTitle;
-	t.activateButton = activateButton;
-	t.deactivateButton = deactivateButton;
-	t.disableButton = disableButton;
-	t.enableButton = enableButton;
-	t.getViewsWithButtons = getViewsWithButtons;
-	
-	// locals
-	var el = $();
-	var viewsWithButtons = [];
-	var tm;
-
-
-	function render() {
-		var sections = options.header;
-
-		tm = options.theme ? 'ui' : 'fc';
-
-		if (sections) {
-			el = $("<div class='fc-toolbar'/>")
-				.append(renderSection('left'))
-				.append(renderSection('right'))
-				.append(renderSection('center'))
-				.append('<div class="fc-clear"/>');
-
-			return el;
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function removeElement() {
-		el.remove();
-		el = $();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function renderSection(position) {
-		var sectionEl = $('<div class="fc-' + position + '"/>');
-		var buttonStr = options.header[position];
-
-		if (buttonStr) {
-			$.each(buttonStr.split(' '), function(i) {
-				var groupChildren = $();
-				var isOnlyButtons = true;
-				var groupEl;
-
-				$.each(this.split(','), function(j, buttonName) {
-					var customButtonProps;
-					var viewSpec;
-					var buttonClick;
-					var overrideText; // text explicitly set by calendar's constructor options. overcomes icons
-					var defaultText;
-					var themeIcon;
-					var normalIcon;
-					var innerHtml;
-					var classes;
-					var button; // the element
-
-					if (buttonName == 'title') {
-						groupChildren = groupChildren.add($('<h2>&nbsp;</h2>')); // we always want it to take up height
-						isOnlyButtons = false;
-					}
-					else {
-						if ((customButtonProps = (calendar.options.customButtons || {})[buttonName])) {
-							buttonClick = function(ev) {
-								if (customButtonProps.click) {
-									customButtonProps.click.call(button[0], ev);
-								}
-							};
-							overrideText = ''; // icons will override text
-							defaultText = customButtonProps.text;
-						}
-						else if ((viewSpec = calendar.getViewSpec(buttonName))) {
-							buttonClick = function() {
-								calendar.changeView(buttonName);
-							};
-							viewsWithButtons.push(buttonName);
-							overrideText = viewSpec.buttonTextOverride;
-							defaultText = viewSpec.buttonTextDefault;
-						}
-						else if (calendar[buttonName]) { // a calendar method
-							buttonClick = function() {
-								calendar[buttonName]();
-							};
-							overrideText = (calendar.overrides.buttonText || {})[buttonName];
-							defaultText = options.buttonText[buttonName]; // everything else is considered default
-						}
-
-						if (buttonClick) {
-
-							themeIcon =
-								customButtonProps ?
-									customButtonProps.themeIcon :
-									options.themeButtonIcons[buttonName];
-
-							normalIcon =
-								customButtonProps ?
-									customButtonProps.icon :
-									options.buttonIcons[buttonName];
-
-							if (overrideText) {
-								innerHtml = htmlEscape(overrideText);
-							}
-							else if (themeIcon && options.theme) {
-								innerHtml = "<span class='ui-icon ui-icon-" + themeIcon + "'></span>";
-							}
-							else if (normalIcon && !options.theme) {
-								innerHtml = "<span class='fc-icon fc-icon-" + normalIcon + "'></span>";
-							}
-							else {
-								innerHtml = htmlEscape(defaultText);
-							}
-
-							classes = [
-								'fc-' + buttonName + '-button',
-								tm + '-button',
-								tm + '-state-default'
-							];
-
-							button = $( // type="button" so that it doesn't submit a form
-								'<button type="button" class="' + classes.join(' ') + '">' +
-									innerHtml +
-								'</button>'
-								)
-								.click(function(ev) {
-									// don't process clicks for disabled buttons
-									if (!button.hasClass(tm + '-state-disabled')) {
-
-										buttonClick(ev);
-
-										// after the click action, if the button becomes the "active" tab, or disabled,
-										// it should never have a hover class, so remove it now.
-										if (
-											button.hasClass(tm + '-state-active') ||
-											button.hasClass(tm + '-state-disabled')
-										) {
-											button.removeClass(tm + '-state-hover');
-										}
-									}
-								})
-								.mousedown(function() {
-									// the *down* effect (mouse pressed in).
-									// only on buttons that are not the "active" tab, or disabled
-									button
-										.not('.' + tm + '-state-active')
-										.not('.' + tm + '-state-disabled')
-										.addClass(tm + '-state-down');
-								})
-								.mouseup(function() {
-									// undo the *down* effect
-									button.removeClass(tm + '-state-down');
-								})
-								.hover(
-									function() {
-										// the *hover* effect.
-										// only on buttons that are not the "active" tab, or disabled
-										button
-											.not('.' + tm + '-state-active')
-											.not('.' + tm + '-state-disabled')
-											.addClass(tm + '-state-hover');
-									},
-									function() {
-										// undo the *hover* effect
-										button
-											.removeClass(tm + '-state-hover')
-											.removeClass(tm + '-state-down'); // if mouseleave happens before mouseup
-									}
-								);
-
-							groupChildren = groupChildren.add(button);
-						}
-					}
-				});
-
-				if (isOnlyButtons) {
-					groupChildren
-						.first().addClass(tm + '-corner-left').end()
-						.last().addClass(tm + '-corner-right').end();
-				}
-
-				if (groupChildren.length > 1) {
-					groupEl = $('<div/>');
-					if (isOnlyButtons) {
-						groupEl.addClass('fc-button-group');
-					}
-					groupEl.append(groupChildren);
-					sectionEl.append(groupEl);
-				}
-				else {
-					sectionEl.append(groupChildren); // 1 or 0 children
-				}
-			});
-		}
-
-		return sectionEl;
-	}
-	
-	
-	function updateTitle(text) {
-		el.find('h2').text(text);
-	}
-	
-	
-	function activateButton(buttonName) {
-		el.find('.fc-' + buttonName + '-button')
-			.addClass(tm + '-state-active');
-	}
-	
-	
-	function deactivateButton(buttonName) {
-		el.find('.fc-' + buttonName + '-button')
-			.removeClass(tm + '-state-active');
-	}
-	
-	
-	function disableButton(buttonName) {
-		el.find('.fc-' + buttonName + '-button')
-			.attr('disabled', 'disabled')
-			.addClass(tm + '-state-disabled');
-	}
-	
-	
-	function enableButton(buttonName) {
-		el.find('.fc-' + buttonName + '-button')
-			.removeAttr('disabled')
-			.removeClass(tm + '-state-disabled');
-	}
-
-
-	function getViewsWithButtons() {
-		return viewsWithButtons;
-	}
-
-}
-
-;;
-
-fc.sourceNormalizers = [];
-fc.sourceFetchers = [];
-
-var ajaxDefaults = {
-	dataType: 'json',
-	cache: false
-};
-
-var eventGUID = 1;
-
-
-function EventManager(options) { // assumed to be a calendar
-	var t = this;
-	
-	
-	// exports
-	t.isFetchNeeded = isFetchNeeded;
-	t.fetchEvents = fetchEvents;
-	t.addEventSource = addEventSource;
-	t.removeEventSource = removeEventSource;
-	t.updateEvent = updateEvent;
-	t.renderEvent = renderEvent;
-	t.removeEvents = removeEvents;
-	t.clientEvents = clientEvents;
-	t.mutateEvent = mutateEvent;
-	t.normalizeEventRange = normalizeEventRange;
-	t.normalizeEventRangeTimes = normalizeEventRangeTimes;
-	t.ensureVisibleEventRange = ensureVisibleEventRange;
-	
-	
-	// imports
-	var reportEvents = t.reportEvents;
-	
-	
-	// locals
-	var stickySource = { events: [] };
-	var sources = [ stickySource ];
-	var rangeStart, rangeEnd;
-	var currentFetchID = 0;
-	var pendingSourceCnt = 0;
-	var cache = []; // holds events that have already been expanded
-
-
-	$.each(
-		(options.events ? [ options.events ] : []).concat(options.eventSources || []),
-		function(i, sourceInput) {
-			var source = buildEventSource(sourceInput);
-			if (source) {
-				sources.push(source);
-			}
-		}
-	);
-	
-	
-	
-	/* Fetching
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	
-	
-	function isFetchNeeded(start, end) {
-		return !rangeStart || // nothing has been fetched yet?
-			// or, a part of the new range is outside of the old range? (after normalizing)
-			start.clone().stripZone() < rangeStart.clone().stripZone() ||
-			end.clone().stripZone() > rangeEnd.clone().stripZone();
-	}
-	
-	
-	function fetchEvents(start, end) {
-		rangeStart = start;
-		rangeEnd = end;
-		cache = [];
-		var fetchID = ++currentFetchID;
-		var len = sources.length;
-		pendingSourceCnt = len;
-		for (var i=0; i<len; i++) {
-			fetchEventSource(sources[i], fetchID);
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	function fetchEventSource(source, fetchID) {
-		_fetchEventSource(source, function(eventInputs) {
-			var isArraySource = $.isArray(source.events);
-			var i, eventInput;
-			var abstractEvent;
-
-			if (fetchID == currentFetchID) {
-
-				if (eventInputs) {
-					for (i = 0; i < eventInputs.length; i++) {
-						eventInput = eventInputs[i];
-
-						if (isArraySource) { // array sources have already been convert to Event Objects
-							abstractEvent = eventInput;
-						}
-						else {
-							abstractEvent = buildEventFromInput(eventInput, source);
-						}
-
-						if (abstractEvent) { // not false (an invalid event)
-							cache.push.apply(
-								cache,
-								expandEvent(abstractEvent) // add individual expanded events to the cache
-							);
-						}
-					}
-				}
-
-				pendingSourceCnt--;
-				if (!pendingSourceCnt) {
-					reportEvents(cache);
-				}
-			}
-		});
-	}
-	
-	
-	function _fetchEventSource(source, callback) {
-		var i;
-		var fetchers = fc.sourceFetchers;
-		var res;
-
-		for (i=0; i<fetchers.length; i++) {
-			res = fetchers[i].call(
-				t, // this, the Calendar object
-				source,
-				rangeStart.clone(),
-				rangeEnd.clone(),
-				options.timezone,
-				callback
-			);
-
-			if (res === true) {
-				// the fetcher is in charge. made its own async request
-				return;
-			}
-			else if (typeof res == 'object') {
-				// the fetcher returned a new source. process it
-				_fetchEventSource(res, callback);
-				return;
-			}
-		}
-
-		var events = source.events;
-		if (events) {
-			if ($.isFunction(events)) {
-				t.pushLoading();
-				events.call(
-					t, // this, the Calendar object
-					rangeStart.clone(),
-					rangeEnd.clone(),
-					options.timezone,
-					function(events) {
-						callback(events);
-						t.popLoading();
-					}
-				);
-			}
-			else if ($.isArray(events)) {
-				callback(events);
-			}
-			else {
-				callback();
-			}
-		}else{
-			var url = source.url;
-			if (url) {
-				var success = source.success;
-				var error = source.error;
-				var complete = source.complete;
-
-				// retrieve any outbound GET/POST $.ajax data from the options
-				var customData;
-				if ($.isFunction(source.data)) {
-					// supplied as a function that returns a key/value object
-					customData = source.data();
-				}
-				else {
-					// supplied as a straight key/value object
-					customData = source.data;
-				}
-
-				// use a copy of the custom data so we can modify the parameters
-				// and not affect the passed-in object.
-				var data = $.extend({}, customData || {});
-
-				var startParam = firstDefined(source.startParam, options.startParam);
-				var endParam = firstDefined(source.endParam, options.endParam);
-				var timezoneParam = firstDefined(source.timezoneParam, options.timezoneParam);
-
-				if (startParam) {
-					data[startParam] = rangeStart.format();
-				}
-				if (endParam) {
-					data[endParam] = rangeEnd.format();
-				}
-				if (options.timezone && options.timezone != 'local') {
-					data[timezoneParam] = options.timezone;
-				}
-
-				t.pushLoading();
-				$.ajax($.extend({}, ajaxDefaults, source, {
-					data: data,
-					success: function(events) {
-						events = events || [];
-						var res = applyAll(success, this, arguments);
-						if ($.isArray(res)) {
-							events = res;
-						}
-						callback(events);
-					},
-					error: function() {
-						applyAll(error, this, arguments);
-						callback();
-					},
-					complete: function() {
-						applyAll(complete, this, arguments);
-						t.popLoading();
-					}
-				}));
-			}else{
-				callback();
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	
-	
-	
-	/* Sources
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	
-
-	function addEventSource(sourceInput) {
-		var source = buildEventSource(sourceInput);
-		if (source) {
-			sources.push(source);
-			pendingSourceCnt++;
-			fetchEventSource(source, currentFetchID); // will eventually call reportEvents
-		}
-	}
-
-
-	function buildEventSource(sourceInput) { // will return undefined if invalid source
-		var normalizers = fc.sourceNormalizers;
-		var source;
-		var i;
-
-		if ($.isFunction(sourceInput) || $.isArray(sourceInput)) {
-			source = { events: sourceInput };
-		}
-		else if (typeof sourceInput === 'string') {
-			source = { url: sourceInput };
-		}
-		else if (typeof sourceInput === 'object') {
-			source = $.extend({}, sourceInput); // shallow copy
-		}
-
-		if (source) {
-
-			// TODO: repeat code, same code for event classNames
-			if (source.className) {
-				if (typeof source.className === 'string') {
-					source.className = source.className.split(/\s+/);
-				}
-				// otherwise, assumed to be an array
-			}
-			else {
-				source.className = [];
-			}
-
-			// for array sources, we convert to standard Event Objects up front
-			if ($.isArray(source.events)) {
-				source.origArray = source.events; // for removeEventSource
-				source.events = $.map(source.events, function(eventInput) {
-					return buildEventFromInput(eventInput, source);
-				});
-			}
-
-			for (i=0; i<normalizers.length; i++) {
-				normalizers[i].call(t, source);
-			}
-
-			return source;
-		}
-	}
-
-
-	function removeEventSource(source) {
-		sources = $.grep(sources, function(src) {
-			return !isSourcesEqual(src, source);
-		});
-		// remove all client events from that source
-		cache = $.grep(cache, function(e) {
-			return !isSourcesEqual(e.source, source);
-		});
-		reportEvents(cache);
-	}
-
-
-	function isSourcesEqual(source1, source2) {
-		return source1 && source2 && getSourcePrimitive(source1) == getSourcePrimitive(source2);
-	}
-
-
-	function getSourcePrimitive(source) {
-		return (
-			(typeof source === 'object') ? // a normalized event source?
-				(source.origArray || source.googleCalendarId || source.url || source.events) : // get the primitive
-				null
-		) ||
-		source; // the given argument *is* the primitive
-	}
-	
-	
-	
-	/* Manipulation
-	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Only ever called from the externally-facing API
-	function updateEvent(event) {
-
-		// massage start/end values, even if date string values
-		event.start = t.moment(event.start);
-		if (event.end) {
-			event.end = t.moment(event.end);
-		}
-		else {
-			event.end = null;
-		}
-
-		mutateEvent(event, getMiscEventProps(event)); // will handle start/end/allDay normalization
-		reportEvents(cache); // reports event modifications (so we can redraw)
-	}
-
-
-	// Returns a hash of misc event properties that should be copied over to related events.
-	function getMiscEventProps(event) {
-		var props = {};
-
-		$.each(event, function(name, val) {
-			if (isMiscEventPropName(name)) {
-				if (val !== undefined && isAtomic(val)) { // a defined non-object
-					props[name] = val;
-				}
-			}
-		});
-
-		return props;
-	}
-
-	// non-date-related, non-id-related, non-secret
-	function isMiscEventPropName(name) {
-		return !/^_|^(id|allDay|start|end)$/.test(name);
-	}
-
-	
-	// returns the expanded events that were created
-	function renderEvent(eventInput, stick) {
-		var abstractEvent = buildEventFromInput(eventInput);
-		var events;
-		var i, event;
-
-		if (abstractEvent) { // not false (a valid input)
-			events = expandEvent(abstractEvent);
-
-			for (i = 0; i < events.length; i++) {
-				event = events[i];
-
-				if (!event.source) {
-					if (stick) {
-						stickySource.events.push(event);
-						event.source = stickySource;
-					}
-					cache.push(event);
-				}
-			}
-
-			reportEvents(cache);
-
-			return events;
-		}
-
-		return [];
-	}
-	
-	
-	function removeEvents(filter) {
-		var eventID;
-		var i;
-
-		if (filter == null) { // null or undefined. remove all events
-			filter = function() { return true; }; // will always match
-		}
-		else if (!$.isFunction(filter)) { // an event ID
-			eventID = filter + '';
-			filter = function(event) {
-				return event._id == eventID;
-			};
-		}
-
-		// Purge event(s) from our local cache
-		cache = $.grep(cache, filter, true); // inverse=true
-
-		// Remove events from array sources.
-		// This works because they have been converted to official Event Objects up front.
-		// (and as a result, event._id has been calculated).
-		for (i=0; i<sources.length; i++) {
-			if ($.isArray(sources[i].events)) {
-				sources[i].events = $.grep(sources[i].events, filter, true);
-			}
-		}
-
-		reportEvents(cache);
-	}
-	
-	
-	function clientEvents(filter) {
-		if ($.isFunction(filter)) {
-			return $.grep(cache, filter);