On Wed, 2012-08-08 at 11:41 +0200, Patrick Ohly wrote:
One more problem was reported in the meantime, but it seems that it
not relevant with KDE as in Debian Testing:
"syncevolution fails for users without an active (kde) session"
So your version of KDE does not work without D-Bus. I had tried that
here (Debian testing, KDE 4.8.4) without problems.
I'll add a check that D-Bus works before calling KDE code. That should fix
I've added that check and re-ran a full test. I also included the fix
for the libdbus timeout. Are there any other unsolved problems that need
to be addressed in 1.3?
I'm aware of only one issue which kind of blocks releasing 1.3: in
testing ActiveSync against Google, occasionally activesyncd gets
confused about the default folders, resulting in errors about "Sync
error: Fetch or Change operation that has an id no longer valid on the
I thought I had tracked it down and fixed, but it still failed again in
the latest test run.
This is not necessarily a blocker, because it only seems to occur in the
first sync against the server and goes away when retrying. Nethertheless
I'll probably spend some time tomorrow to look again at this problem.
Then the next step would be to tag 1.3 and test/compile binaries over
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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