On Do, 2011-03-31 at 08:16 +0100, Dinesh wrote:
Attached are all the patches which should get the Akonadi branch up
and running, with the addition of KJots conversion.
On which revision are these patches based? The patch series starts with
a diff against 9a062ca but there is no such revision in the upstream
SyncEvolution repo, nor in your clone of it.
Another reason why I cannot apply these patches is that all of them come
without commit comments. Please use "git format-patch" to produce
patches, not "git diff". But see below...
I have also attached.
git log -p --author = "Dinesh" >
after rebasing it to current master...
This shows the full history, including trial-and-error commits and
reverts. Such a branch is hard to review and merge.
Can you do the following?
1. rebase your current development branch onto "master"
2. use "git rebase -i master" to
* squash patches that belong together
* edit patches which don't have a proper commit message or
need to be split up
3. push the resulting branch to your repo
Be careful to not wipe out something. Better create a new branch first,
then you can always wipe it out and go back to the original one if
something goes wrong.
Once you are done, I can pull it and either merge it outright or pick
patches that are ready, with comments provided for the others which are
So basically if these patches are accepted, I hope we can have KDE
support via. command line tool with Syncevolution 1.2?
That would be cool.
And any updates on the GUI Sivan? Rohan is interested to work on it
too... So could you folks please discuss it?
Sivan told me in private email that he has no time to work on a UI. It
would be good if Rohan could take over.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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