On Wed, 2016-08-31 at 23:12 +0200, Tino Mettler wrote:
On Mon, Aug 22, 2016 at 15:22:31 +0200, Patrick Ohly wrote:
> One exception
> is perhaps Debian Stable, which only has an old version (1.4.99). But
> even that isn't too bad.
I could check if a backport of 1.5.1 for Stable is trivial. Users
would have to manually add the backports repository, but installing
binaries from syncevolution.org
requires some manual steps, too.
After fiddling with the build system I think I have Debian Jessie and
Testing/Stretch covered. So thanks for the offer, but unless someone
wants to have "official" Debian packages backported, there's no need.
I'm still not sure what binaries and features users really need
nowadays. While testing, I noticed that Akonadi has issues on Debian
). To move
forward with that, I would have to write a simpler reproducer, then file
a bug against Debian and/or Akonadi.
Tino, can you reproduce the same with the Debian packages
It could be specific to my test environment (X11 provided by VNC only
because Akonadi no longer runs headless, no KDE session).
Is anyone still using SyncEvolution with Akonadi?
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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