On Sun, 2010-05-09 at 03:25 +0100, Jeff wrote:
I am currently testing Contact migration. I expect simple
add/update/remove and conflict handling will work fine so chose to start
with testing the IM fields. There is an existing bug related to
some of the non-standard fields used by Maemo to track bindings between
IM contacts and people contacts For what it's worth, I don't think that
bug is still a bug from what I can tell - I plan to review it and test
it more though.
I'm not sure whether this bug is still relevant in the N900.
The wiki (http://syncevolution.org/wiki/linux-desktop
syncevolution SHOULD work with Evolution 2.24 and later....
Has anyone tried it with version 2.26.x ?
I'm only using it with 2.28.
The reason I ask is, the symptoms I'm seeing almost seem like
be caused by a bug in the evolution ui losing it's link to the evolution
That is mostly likely the reason, given that restarting Evolution fixes
My current thought is to try upgrading evolution (and of course
data server) to the latest (version 2.6.30)...this might pose other
problems if (as the wiki mentions) the EDS is no longer backward
There haven't been relevant changes recently, so migrating should be
safe. But note that you may not be able to fall back unless you copy
your .evolution directory first and restore it before falling back.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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