On Tue, 2009-11-17 at 11:52 +0000, Matthias Urlichs wrote:
Apparently it uses the first entry in
the /apps/evolution/calendar/sources gconf entry that it can find. Since
the order of these entries isn't changeable and I need to separate
"work" from "home" calendar entries (with separate mobiles to sync
…), I'd like some way to change that.
Either this is not possible yet, or I'm blind and didn't find it in the
The README points towards the description of the source properties
compiled into the code; here's the relevant one:
$ syncevolution --source-property evolutionsource=?
Picks one of backend data sources:
enter either the name or the full URL.
Most backends have a default data source,
like for example the system address book.
Not setting this property selects that default
To get a full list of available data sources,
run syncevolution without parameters. The name
is printed in front of the colon, followed by
the URL. Usually the name is unique and can be
used to reference the data source. The default
data source is marked with <default> after the
URL, if there is a default.
Otherwise, thanks for the excellent tool; it works with our Oracle
calendar like a charm (using the values in the Oracle branch).
Hmm, then you've been more successful than myself so far. At the moment,
the Oracle interoperability server rejects all iCalendar 2.0 events sent
by us, for unknown reasons.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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