Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly@...> writes:
On Do, 2011-02-24 at 09:08 +0000, Irihapeti wrote:
> Evolution and Lightning have different ways of interpreting repeating events
> with exceptions, and there may be other quirks as well.
Can you elaborate on that? Which events are handled differently?
It's been a while since I tested this, but I recall that one of the issues was
that if I removed one occurrence from a series in Evolution, it - naturally
enough - showed as blank in Evolution, but still appeared in Lightning. I can do
a bit of testing in the next day or so to give you more detail.
Please let me know what you'd need in the way of logs etc.
I'm mentioning it in this context because synchronization could be
- run Darwin Calendar Server
- connect Lightning to it
- synchronize N900<->Calendar Server with SyncEvolution
Would that mean that it wouldn't be necessary to have Evolution itself
installed? I currently have it there mostly as a means for SyncEvolution to do
Currently, though, I can't sync tasks with DCS. I very rarely use them anyway,
so no problem for me, but might be for others.