[Evolution-hackers] Windows version status?

2006-05-08 Thread Pejvan BEIGUI
Hello,I have been following the Evolution mailing list for a while now, but I can't seem to find any information about the Windows port, mentionned here:
http://go-evolution.org/Evo2.6#W32.2Fx64_porting even though the 2.6 has now been released. Is there any news about that port? Are there nightly builds available somewhere?
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Windows version status?

2006-05-08 Thread Tor Lillqvist
On må, 2006-05-08 at 11:46 +0100, Pejvan BEIGUI wrote:

 I have been following the Evolution mailing list for a while now, but
 I can't seem to find any information about the Windows port,
 mentionned here:
 http://go-evolution.org/Evo2.6#W32.2Fx64_portingeven though the
 2.6 has now been released. 

It's a wiki, you are free to add stuff there if you intend to help with
a port to 64-bit Windows, if that is what the rather cryptic mention on
that page means... I personally don't have any plans to port Evolution
to 64-bit Windows. (Well, actually, building *Evolution* for 64-bit
Windows would presumably not be a big deal at all, once all the
dependencies are in place. Hint: none of them, not even a suitable
compiler, are.)

 Is there any news about that port? Are there nightly builds available
 somewhere? 

You mean the port to normal 32-bit Windows? Sure, that has been
available for quite some time already. There are binaries available on
the gnome ftp site, see
http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/desktop/2.14/2.14.0/win32/README.evolution .

(No Win32 binaries of 2.14.1, unfortunately.) Once GNOME 2.14.2 (and
Evolution 2.6.2) is released I will upload fresh builds. There are no
nightly builds (of HEAD, you presumably mean?). I build HEAD of e-d-s
and Evolution (etc) only a couple of times a month to make sure the
Win32 support doesn't bitrot.

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Re: [Evolution-hackers] When do open_sync() gets called from a calendar backend?

2006-05-08 Thread Jules Colding
Hi Chenthill,

On Sat, 2006-05-06 at 15:06 +0530, Chenthill wrote:
 Hi Jules,
   Once the mode and timezone is set, e_cal_open_async would be called to
 open the calendar. Please check if e_cal_open_async is being called from
 evolution. You need not invoke it separately.

Hmm... I can see that e_cal_open() is being called, not
e_cal_open_async(). My calendar inherits from ECalBackendSync so isn't
that as it should be?

Well, I'll better spread a few printf()'s in e_cal_open() to see where
it fails.

Thanks,
  jules



 thanks, Chenthill.
 
 On Fri, 2006-05-05 at 14:05 +0200, Jules Colding wrote:
  Hi,
  
  I am a bit mystified, due to my lack of intellectual resources, about
  the behavior of my calendar backend.
  
  I have created the gconf source for the calendar and are trying to get
  Evolution to call open_sync() on it, but that never happens. Instead I
  am seeing set_mode_sync() and set_default_timezone_sync() being invoked
  (in that order).
  
  The next thing to happen is that Evolution tells me that it is unable to
  open the calendar.
  
  Do I have to invoke open_sync() myself at some appropriate time? 
  
  
  Thanks,
jules
  
  BTW: I have invoked e_cal_backend_sync_set_lock(backend, TRUE) in
  e_cal_backend_brutus_init() to force serialization of method
  invocations. 
  
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