Ove Kaaven wrote:
David Greaves skrev:
> Ove, Patrick
> I'll volunteer to do the packaging for maemo for this if you like?
Well, there's already packaging (last updated for OS2008 I think) and
the .debs were built from it. Only thing that remains, apart from
submitting patches upstream, is maybe clean up debian/rules a bit,
update the build-deps, and select the final configure options to use,
and maybe other nitpicks like that. I could probably manage that.
OK then. I've sent libxmltok-1.2 to the autobuilder already.
> boostlib1.38 is in extras-devel but it looks like I'll need
to package synthesis
> from git://git.moblin.org/libsynthesis.git
- which branch? master?
You won't have to. The syncevolution build system can build synthesis on
its own as part of the syncevolution build tree, so it's just a matter
of putting synthesis into the same source package as syncevolution, no
need for a separate package (unless you really want it). That's what I
did for now, anyway.
I thought that in general shipping a library's source inside another package is
a bad idea.
If libsynthesis was a part of syncevolution then it would make sense but in this
case (and given that Debian already has a package and a debian/ dir for it) I'd
keep it separate.
We do need to downgrade debhelper from 7 to 5 though as Maemo is a bit behind there.
I also made http://gitorious.org/mer-extras/libsynthesis
to manage the tweaks to
that libraries package.
What branch to use was answered elsewhere in this thread - best to
the tag that corresponds to whatever syncevolution version we want to build.
Sounds reasonable - I didn't spot that.
> Nb personally I use eGroupware and I'm getting some success
(especially now I
> have this stuff in:
> there are still some issues)
Anything in particular?
Most of my contact and calendar data goes from the device to egw but nothing
I upgraded egw to the nightly release with the new syncml patches and enabled
the syncml option in the prefs but no change.
I thought I'd get the packages built and get a little more familiar with the
code first; right now I get the session messages but egw isn't putting a log
where it's supposed to.
"Don't worry, you'll be fine; I saw it work in a cartoon once..."