On Wed, 2011-01-26 at 16:23 +0100, Patrick Ohly wrote: > SyncEvolution uses all of these calls. I don't mind rewriting the code, > but let's make sure that there is a proper replacement. > > What I need to do is: > - list all address books and calendars > - open any of the listed databases > - create new ones at a location chose by the user > (file://<path> uri in the current API) > > Is all of that still going to be possible? How?
Listing calendars will look something like this: #include <libecal/e-source-calendar.h> #include <libebook/e-source-addressbook.h> #include <libedataserver/e-source-registry.h> ESourceRegistry *registry; const gchar *extension_name; GList *sources; registry = e_source_registry_get_default (); /* List all calendars. */ extension_name = E_SOURCE_EXTENSION_CALENDAR; sources = e_source_registry_list_sources (registry, extension_name); /* Do something with the list of ESource objects. */ g_list_free (sources); Other extension names include: E_SOURCE_EXTENSION_ADDRESS_BOOK E_SOURCE_EXTENSION_MEMO_LIST E_SOURCE_EXTENSION_TASK_LIST No change to the way ECal and EBook objects are opened. Can you elaborate on the creation use case? Sounds like you're creating local data sources on the fly? _______________________________________________ evolution-hackers mailing list email@example.com To change your list options or unsubscribe, visit ... http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers