On Wed, 2005-06-29 at 16:24 -0400, David Malcolm wrote:
> Yep, you're right, sorry for the noise. It's in all
TreeViews, not just
Thanks - that's useful information. I've commented on and changed the
component of that bug to gtk2 accordingly.
So apart from that problem, how well is rawhide gnome-pilot working for
you? For me, with a USB pilot it picks up on a sync about 50% of the
time (possibly the timing issues suggested by Nigel Metheringham), and
when it does, the UI appears and appears to run the conduits correctly.
Backing up appears to work, but synchronization doesn't seem to be
actually synchronizing - only calendars seem to sync OK.
Well, it gets to sync's pretty much every time - except it seems to
delete all the data on my palm, i.e. it seems to /move/ the data to
evolution as a one way transfer!
Using pilot-link directly seems to work okay, but I think some of the
API porting has broken jpilot, as that doesn't seem to work anymore.
Anyway, gpilotd seems much happier (i.e. it does something, but I think
we need to nail the deleting issue) before an updates-released is
released. What about putting versions in updates-testing so that
less-brave-than-rawhide people can try out gnome-pilot?