Re: [Opensync-devel] Ubuntu UDS-Boston, Syncing solutions

I think for now its more sane (and least effort) for us just to use the
opensync plugin... If I can get my P900 all set up then theres no reason
why this wouldnt be viable. And write a HAL callout in C or Vala to poke
and probe for capabilities.

On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 08:44 +1300, John Stowers wrote:
> > I don't like the idea of another daemon, and if HAL can be populated
> > with HAL callouts then I don't think there is a need for this. I would
> > rather have python-libsyncml than another daemon.
> The last time I looked at doing this it seemed very complicated - due
> to the main loop stuff in libsyncml. Its not an insurmountable
> technical problem but IIRC each gtk app only allows one main loop per
> process, so the bootstrap import code for libsyncml would need to
> create a new main context and attach this to the relevant syncml data
> structures
> In addition the thought of binding a large C library to python without
> using gobject and the semi-automated binding generators makes my skin
> crawl :-)
> I would be tempted to write a gobject binding for the libs main
> objects first. Then bind that - however if that is the case then Its
> an example of a bunch of code that is not really going to be shared
> between the two projects, which is something I would like to avoid.
> John

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