On Thu, 2016-09-29 at 14:45 +0200, Patrick Ohly wrote:
> I've finished preparing source code and binaries for a 1.5.2 release of
> SyncEvolution. The source code has not been tagged yet, only the master
> branches of syncevolution, libsynthesis and activesyncd were updated.
> activesyncd continues to receive some SyncEvolution specific patches
> (the "folder sync hacks" from Graham) which are not upstream.
> The binaries are available in the "experimental" apt repo
> (http://downloads.syncevolution.org/apt/ with "experimental" as release
> name) or as individual .tar.gz files in
> http://downloads.syncevolution.org/syncevolution. Look for version
I've update the "experimental" and "unstable" repo and published
versions 1.5.1+20161014+SE+46a81a3+SYSYNC+7c9a4bf (SyncEvolution) and
If you pull from "experimental", then please replace with "unstable":
the idea is that only I update from "experimental" and that "unstable"
will get the same update after some sanity checking. I didn't follow
that when announcing the version above, so if you now follow
"experimental", then please replace by "unstable".
Graham, the new update should fix the problems you had with libical and
GSetting schemas in activesyncd. I still haven't re-enabled testing of
ActiveSync myself, though.
deloptes, your TDE backends are included, albeit with some changes to
make them compile when disabled. Please check that this works as
intended for you.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
The content of this message is my personal opinion only and although
I am an employee of Intel, the statements I make here in no way
represent Intel's position on the issue, nor am I authorized to speak
on behalf of Intel on this matter.
SyncEvolution mailing list