On Mon, 2017-01-30 at 19:27 +0100, deloptes wrote:
I build debian packages from syncevolution-1.5.2 for the Trinity desktop.
However when I isntall the packages and try run a test sync I get following
SYNCEVOLUTION_DEBUG=3 syncevolution -r loglevel=6 nokia_N5530 addressbook
[DEBUG 00:00:00] SuspendFlags: (re)activating, currently inactive
[DEBUG 00:00:00] SuspendFlags: activating signal handler(s) with fds 8->7
[DEBUG 00:00:00] SuspendFlags: catch signal 2
[DEBUG 00:00:00] SuspendFlags: catch signal 15
Fatal: Undefined function 'RELAXEDCOMPARE' in script at line 58
Fatal error 20010, no valid configuration could be read from XML file
[ERROR 00:00:01] internal error, invalid XML configuration (without
When I compile and install in a custom directory the same code works.
Do you have an idea where I had to look for the root cause?
'RELAXEDCOMPARE' is provided by src/sysync/multifielditemtype.cpp in
libsynthesis. In the case where it fails you need to check which
libsynthesis was getting used and why it doesn't provide that function.
$ strings /usr/lib/libsynthesis.so.0 | grep 'RELAXEDCOMPARE'
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