On Wed, 2011-09-07 at 13:43 -0400, Matthew Barnes wrote: 
> On Wed, 2011-09-07 at 13:07 -0400, Matthew Barnes wrote: 
> > Once 3.3 development is underway, one thing I'd like to do is promote
> > the EExtension framework in Evolution to libedataserver as a replacement
> > for e-data-server-module.c.
> On second thought, libebackend might be a better place for EExtension
> than libedataserver.  Haven't decided yet, but it'll be one of the two.

I got this working today.  Would anyone object if I create the gnome-3-2
branch early next week so I can commit this for 3.3.1 and then rebase my
account-mgmt branch on it?

Indeed libebackend was the better place for EExtension.  In addition, I
created a few new classes in libebackend:




These new classes factor out some of the common pieces of their
libedata-book and libedata-cal counterparts and serve as abstract base
classes for them.  Additionally, EDataFactory now handles all the module
loading via EExtension -- completely replacing e-data-server-module.c.

Obviously numerous API breaks here -- libebackend, libedata-book and
libedata-cal are all affected.  But it worked out to be a nice little
API cleanup.

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