On Wed, 2014-12-24 at 15:46 +0500, Khurshid Alam wrote:
> There's not enough information in your email to check whether it
> should be enabled on your system. How did you install SyncEvolution?
> Which version, from where?
I installed it from Ubuntu repo (Vivid), Syncevolution 1.5
Ubuntu, like debian, generates seperate binary package for
syncevolution. On top of that they add
"libaccounts-glib-dev (>= 1.8), libsignon-glib-dev (>= 1.7)" in
debian/control gernerate binary package
& explicitly uses "--enable-uoa" in debian/rules
It should indeed be enabled by default, but I don't see anything that
packages the resulting providergoa.so file. You'll have to file a
feature request against Ubuntu to get that file packaged in either
syncevolution-libs-gnome or a separate syncevolution-provider-goa.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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