On Mi, 2010-12-22 at 20:57 +0000, Patrick Ohly wrote:
As usual, I'd like to write down some thoughts on future
before actually implement it. This email is about syncevo-http-server,
the HTTP server which allows SyncML HTTP clients to synchronize with
SyncEvolution running as server.
There are some open issues to be solved:
"needs to be
restarted after loss of connection"
include SyncEvolution <-> SyncEvolution testing"
"Error reporting in
HTTP server is sucky (Or: HTTP server ignores LogOutput dbus
4. simplify startup (no issue filed)
> May I suggest also some way to have an encrypted channel,
> or ssh?
Right, forgot about those. ssh would require changes in SyncEvolution,
but would be doable. https probably has more advantages.
All of these are resolved, except for automating the testing. It passes
when invoked manually, despite making the tests harder (additional
"connection lost" error scenario included).
Those interested in this should use the script from git, as mentioned
already in some other emails.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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