Need for application like PC Suite from Nokia?
openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk
Wed Feb 25 16:09:32 CET 2009
Sounds like we're talking at cross purposes then. I would expect the PIM stuff
to be handled by opensync which already has plugins for many (most?) of the
available data sources. It has a plugin for syncing generic files too, but it
is rather limited, which is where Unison comes in.
On Wednesday 25 February 2009, Alexander Mueller wrote:
> Yes, but you still have the problem of the conflict resolution. First,
> this doesnt work if files are changed on both sides. Which to chose? And
> with a "real" sync app versus a file sync app it would present the
> contents of the conflicted data side by side and asking you what to do.
> And I am not talking about pure raw file contents but with a real user
> interface the presents contacts like contacts and calendar data as
> calendar data. Of course everything can be done using text diffs but
> then you are not on eye level with iPhone et al.
> Al Johnson schrieb:
> > On Tuesday 24 February 2009, Alexander Mueller wrote:
> >> Excellent point. The Agenda PDA used this method of syncing or backing
> >> up. Well I use rsync a lot. But it is rather a one-way backup tool than
> >> a two way sync tool that takes care of collision resolving.
> > Have you tried Unison? It does two way sync with conflict flagging, and
> > works across platforms.
> >> Alex
> >> Timo Juhani Lindfors schrieb:
> >>> Alexander Mueller <XelaRellum at web.de> writes:
> >>>> Especially with the Openmoko this is true after reflashing the device.
> >>> Why not just rsync your home directory?
> >>> (And also, I have not reflashed my device for at least 6 months, using
> >>> debian here..)
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