On Wed, 2013-02-27 at 22:55 +0000, Gary wrote:
Almost there I think...
When I now run
syncevolution --sync one-way-from-remote oracle@google
I get the following messages/errors:
gary@ubuntu:~$ syncevolution --sync refresh-from-server oracle@google
[INFO] calendar: starting first time sync from server (peer is server)
[INFO] creating complete data backup of source calendar before sync (enabled
with dumpData and needed for printChanges)
[ERROR] Error allocating iCalendar 2.0
[ERROR] endCB DAV: response failed
[ERROR] error code from SyncEvolution data merged (remote, status 207): REPORT
'full calendar': Neon error code 1: Could not parse response: Unknown error
Please run with "SYNCEVOLUTION_DEBUG=1 syncevolution --daemon=no --sync
That will include some more information. You could also look at
I think what happens is that someone is feeding data into SyncEvolution
which is supposed to be iCalendar 2.0 data, but that fails to parse. The
somewhat cryptic "Error allocating iCalendar 2.0" is the result of a
NULL check on the parse result.
Is it failing to connect to the google calendar?
You can check that by running the item operations on the google
syncevolution --export - @google calendar
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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