On Fri, 2009-09-11 at 01:12 +0100, Zhao, Forrest wrote:
When will your defined API for OBEX server/SyncML client be ready?
I'll work on this fulltime and need the SyncML client code to do the debug/test.
You can check out the "dbus-api" branch of syncevolution and the
"master" branch of libsynthesis on git.moblin.org
SyncEvolution with "--enable-dbus-service --with-synthesis-src=<path to
your libsynthesis repo>". Compile and then run
"src/syncevo-dbus-server". It provides the D-Bus APIs described in
There's also test/dbus-server-connect.py which establishes a connection
and does a dummy message exchange with the server. Real SyncML traffic
is not supported yet. I hope to get to this next week.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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