[SHR-U] pisi vcard error
openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk
Thu Dec 17 17:43:00 CET 2009
On Thursday 17 December 2009, Michael Pilgermann wrote:
> There was indeed a problem with saving entries, which came from VCF
> files (at least in my test case) ...
> I fixed this now - each entry is checked before writing through to file
> whether FN is set; if not, something is assembled by using given and
> last name.
N too I hope - that's also mandatory.
> This fix will be in next minor release of PISI.
> On 12/17/2009 05:03 PM, Al Johnson wrote:
> > On Thursday 17 December 2009, Bernd Prünster wrote:
> >> Al Johnson wrote:
> >>> On Thursday 17 December 2009, Bernd Prünster wrote:
> >>>> synching with google contacts worked flawlessly, so first of all great
> >>>> work! source A is configured as shr sim contacts (all my contacts are
> >>>> stored on sim)
> >>>> source b is local vcf
> >>>> everythign seems fine until i get the following error message (ALWAYS
> >>>> at 91%):
> >>>> VCARD components must at least contain 1 FN
> >>>> soem of my contacts are stored in vcard, but it aborts after that
> >>>> error...
> >>>> any help would be appreciated!
> >>> My guess is you have a badly formatted entry at one end, or possibly
> >>> both. Check your vcf file for existing vcards with no line starting FN:
> >>> as it is one of the few required fields in a vcard. Do you have any
> >>> contacts with an empty name on the SIM?
> >> vcf file is empty. sim contacts are all fine and work great with
> >> synching with google
> > Using pisi from shr-u repos installed ~1hr ago an empty vcf file doesn't
> > cause this problem from either my SIM or opimd.
> > Google probably doesn't care if you don't set the name field(s), but in
> > vCard this field is mandatory.
> > Looking at /opt/pisi/vobjecttools.py I'm not convinced createRawVcard
> > will ensure FN is set to something if the contact has neither firstname
> > nor lastname attributes. My guess is that one of your contact names
> > triggers this case either by having an empty name, or by having a name
> > string that upsets the sim name parser somehow.
> > If you run from the cli (ssh session probably best) you may get more
> > information on where it's going wrong. If you haven't changed the default
> > config names it should be:
> > pisi -v -m5 shrsim vcf1
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