I really should do a new SyncEvolution update, including the patches
that distros are using to build with more recent tools and/or libraries.
But... what distro should I provide binaries for?
That's the big roadblock at the moment that prevents a new release. I
could leave everything as it is and do a release, but that's not very
useful, because recent distros wouldn't be supported.
Does anyone still need pre-compiled binaries at all? Distro had quite a
lot of time to catch up with adding and updating SyncEvolution and
SyncEvolution development has slowed down, so there is no need anymore
to always offer the latest and greatest upstream version. One exception
is perhaps Debian Stable, which only has an old version (1.4.99). But
even that isn't too bad.
So let me ask: which distro do you need syncevolution.org
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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