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----- Original Message -----<br>
From: Matt Davey<br>
Time: 22-08-08 15:52
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  <pre wrap="">Hi Alex,

On Fri, 2008-08-22 at 05:06 -0700, Alex Lancaster wrote:
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              <pre wrap="">"MD" == Matt Davey  writes:
    <pre wrap="">MD&gt; I'm beginning to take a look at the Evolution conduits, and have
MD&gt; started with the addressbook conduit.

MD&gt; I'm aiming to start by fixing some data corruption bugs that have
MD&gt; annoyed me for a while.  An early win is fixing the 'other' field
MD&gt; bug: <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=547223";>http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=547223</a> There are
MD&gt; several other bugs that need fixing and lead to data rot.  Once
MD&gt; that is out of the way I'll look at adding support for ContactsDB
MD&gt; and the 'new' fields such as birthdays and photos.  Support for
MD&gt; ContactsDB will require some limited new API on the gnome-pilot
MD&gt; side.

Won't this require some changes on the pilot-link level to talk to
ContactsDB?  I seem to recall from a posting by David Desrosiers some
time back that there was some initial work done in pilot-link but that
is currently incomplete.  
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I haven't yet looked in detail at the pilot-link support.  The basics
are there, which might be sufficient.  At one stage jpilot had better
Contacts support and I'm not sure if that's all been rolled in to
pilot-link.  We'll have to check that out. Also, we'll have to decide
whether to have backwards compatibility for pilot-link versions that
don't support ContactsDB.  That would complicate the code but it's
usually worth the trouble. </pre>

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