>> Although, like I said, I have no device to test on, I could
>> to compile it on the Harmattan SDK if you like. If it's like the
>> Fremantle SDK, then it should have an emulator, at least.
> Of course, I'd appreciate this!
Well, I've installed what I found on harmattan-dev.nokia.com
, which was
scratchbox, it seems.
It looks like I can't compile SyncEvolution on this yet, because there's
some build dependencies missing, Boost in particular. If you know of a
libboost package for Harmattan, let me know. (There's also no libneon,
but that's only needed for CardDAV/CalDAV, and I think you were only
interested in SyncML.)
And the simulator seems to have no contacts or calendar application, so
even if I could build the SyncEvolution package, I would not be able to
check how well it would work and interoperate with the native PIM
applications. So I'd also need someone with a device to test some stuff
for me, in order to know what options and patches to use when building
Harmattan packages. (Things to figure out might include: Where are SSL
CA certificates stored on Harmattan? Does mkcal support ical UIDs and
stuff properly? Is optification still useful on Harmattan? Is IPv6
supported on Harmattan?)
Ove, thanks for your efforts!
I'm looking forward for you to get an N9 and try again then. Hopefully
also the build dependencies are ported until then.