On Mo, 2010-03-15 at 11:30 +0000, rustonm2005(a)yahoo.co.uk wrote:
Just wondered if there was any plan to extend the sync-gui interface
to allow for a more granular sync frequency (i.e. more than daily)?
I assume you mean the Maemo GUI?
Ove, are you subscribed to this list?
I'm using on a nokia n900 and I'm thinking that it would
good to have something linked to dbus signals to syncronise a specific
time period after the last calendar update. Sort of delayed realtim e
syncing. Only mention it because I'm looking at a wrapper to do this.
We already implemented regular syncs in the core SyncEvolution, much
like Ove has done for the Maemo GUI (apparently - haven't seen it
myself) and Frederik did on the Genesis GUI. Sync frequency is
configurable there. This depends on running the syncevo-dbus-server,
something that Ove probably doesn't do yet in the Maemo package.
A more intelligent automatic syncing based on locally detected changes
and server notifications is planned for a release after 1.0.
Ove, Frederik, you can continue to use the command line in your
frontends even when the syncevo-dbus-server is active. We intend to
change the command line so that it uses the syncevo-dbus-server
transparently in the final 1.0. Of course, rewriting the frontends to
use the D-Bus API would be nicer ;-}
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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