On Fri, 2013-10-04 at 16:01 +0200, Daniel CLEMENT wrote:
Le mercredi 02 octobre 2013 à 11:23 +0200, Patrick Ohly a écrit :
> Evolution >= 3.6 is not supported by the binaries on syncevolution.org
> On systems with a more recent Evolution, SyncEvolution must be compiled
> from source.
Hi, I was tried and compiled against Evo 3.8 (with the idea of perhaps
making a deb file available for other users afterwards).
Note that Sebastian Heinlein is already doing that. I also seem to have
found a way how the syncevolution.org
packages can be built such that
they contain EDS backends for <3.6 and >=3.6 and then pick the right one
But while it apparently compiled OK, I'm getting this error at
(just after syncevolution --version):
syncevolution: error while loading shared libraries:
libsyncevolution.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
Did you "make install"? If you did, did you use DESTDIR? In that case,
the libraries and data files will not be where the binaries are looking
for them. LD_LIBRARY_PATH and some SyncEvolution env vars can be set to
run nonetheless (see man page aka README.rst).
Also, sync-ui seems not to be there (whereas it is definitely present
the sources I downloaded).
You need to enable it via configure flags.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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