On Sat, 2009-08-15 at 18:34 +0100, Frederik Elwert wrote:
since SyncEvolution 0.9 ships with the GTK ui, I just tried it out.
after startup, it tells me that no sync service is configured.
The sync-ui remembers the config that the user has selected for use in
sync-ui in a sync-ui specific gconf key. I suspect that "no sync service
configured" really means "no sync service selected" here.
When I go
into the configuration dialogue, it lists my account data for
ScheduleWorld, except for the password.
The sync-ui assumes that the password is stored in the GNOME keyring. It
currently doesn't work well with existing configurations where the
password is in the config.ini itself. I thought we had an open issue for
it (I found the same problem earlier), but I cannot find the issue.
Jussi, did we fix this?
This surely is not top priority, but I think it would be nice if one
could run sync-ui and Genesis next to each other. So services set up in
Genesis should work in sync-ui and the other way around. So could anyone
help me find out why sync-ui doesn’t recognise the services I set up
with Genesis? Then I could adjust Genesis’ configuration mechanisms to
be compatible with sync-ui.
You could use the same gconf key to select the active configuration.
Then sync-ui should work right away. Have a look at
/apps/sync-ui/server in gconf-editor.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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