Ove Kaaven skrev:
David Greaves skrev:
> I'll take a look at cppunit and see if I can produce a non-qt maemo variant.
> OK, I'd love to help get this moved forwards but I'm not familiar with linux
> syncing (I run IMAP/LDAP at home and used to use eGroupWare/iCal so I've not
> needed to be up to now).
> Could you help me get it working and I'll put some wiki docs up?
You could look at the SyncEvolution docs at http://syncevolution.org
think. But basically, SyncEvolution is a SyncML client. Somewhere, you
need a SyncML server. You can either install something like Funambol to
set up your own (major hassle, but doable), or get an account on
services like ScheduleWorld (non-free) or myFunambol (free).
Actually, I forgot that you could look into running OpenSync on your
desktop. I think it has a SyncML plugin that can act as a server. If it
works, then you could run syncevolution on the N900 to sync with
OpenSync on the desktop, and have OpenSync talk to your desktop PIM, be
it Evolution, KDEPIM, or whatever. I just can't give you a howto, since
I don't use OpenSync. I just sync with the web services myself.