SyncEvolution-GUI is a very basic Graphical User Interface for the N9. It is basically only a GUI for the syncevolution command line tool.

I tested it with OwnCloud and syncevolution 1.3.

Note

There is currently no configuration options available. All settings have still to be done in the config files as described here, http://forum.meego.com/showthread.php?p=35414 or http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=85868.

Screenshots

SyncEvolution-GUI
SyncEvolution-GUI (Log)

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SyncEvolution-GUI 0.3.1
SyncEvolution-GUI 0.3.1
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syncevolution 1.3 can be downloaded here: http://people.debian.org/~ovek/harmattan/


Comments

SyncEvolution-GUI — 7 Comments

  1. Hi George. I’m having a problem with your syncevo gui. In the screen shot above, the command issued is
    COMMAND: syncevolution –sync two-way owncloud addressbook

    When I use your app, the owncloud part is missing and the command fails due to unknown collection. Issueing the full command manually works. Any ideas? Could you make the source available?
    Thanks,
    Simon

  2. thank you for this work; even though as of yet i have not been able to use it. but i have an n9 + owncloud caldav sync that just stops working after awhile (to the n9, that is). looking for solutions, not sure whether i should go the syncevolution road or what. and eventually when sailfish os becomes available either on the n9 or on jolla’s own device i will probably switch to sailfish.

  3. Nothing in particular, you give an good indication of what it’s lacking in your summary above. Perhaps some of that, but naturally only what interests you most, & what you consider most important for your usage.
    Also, part of the reason you’ve had very little interest, is that you don’t have a dedicated thread at TMO, were you’ve been fairly proactive etc.
    As it becomes much more functional/usable you’ll get more regular feedback, or contributions, or donations etc, & maybe eventually you can even release to Store.

    Cheers!

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