Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 460917
fixes for namespaces, content type, syncml 1.2
Last modified: 2008-10-14 06:13:27 EDT
Created attachment 315571 [details]
Patch from debian mail
Description of problem:
Fedora shipped wbxml2 has few major flaws and needs to be patched.
Upstream has not yet released new version containing these fixes
and is probably not likely do so as latest release is from year
2006 and they doesn't seem to be very responsive.
http://libwbxml.aymerick.com/ is the project homepage.
> incomplete SyncML 1.2 detection
> wrong namespaces (the specifications of SyncML require big letters)
> (e.g. SYNCML:SYNCML1.1 and not syncml:SYNCML1.1)
> missing debug statement in case of an error
> missing content type (function is used by XML and WBXML callbacks)
> localName includes the namespace of a tag (syncml:devinf:DevInf)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. compile latest opensync + libsyncml svn and try to sync mobile.
Debian and suse are already shipping this patch. Lack of this prevents using
libsyncml and opensync svn versions.
Created attachment 315572 [details]
Improved spec with patch and release bump.
Spec adding previous patch with increased release.
Created attachment 315665 [details]
Additional fix for MaxSize in OMA DS 1.2 DevInf
Created attachment 315666 [details]
New spec for all patches.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 459696 ***
Juha, Yan, sorry for the delay. I have lost interrest for wbxml2 (mostly because opensync does not seem ready to sync KDE and my Nokia E65). As Debian already accepted that patch, I will build a new release of wxbml2, unless Andreas, the other Fedora maintainer for wbxml2, tell me that he is handling that bug before tomorrow.
(Well, if i forget, please remind me! ;-)
> Juha, Yan, sorry for the delay. I have lost interrest for wbxml2 (mostly
> because opensync does not seem ready to sync KDE and my Nokia E65).
That's true, it's not ready yet. But there is serious effort for it
and not keeping the vital os libs working, is going to drive
testers away, slowing the project down. Compiling the opensync to
working level is still quite tedious.
Once I get further on my fedora career, I can take this pkg over since
I've been active in opensync anyway.
Thanks for responding.
> (Well, if i forget, please remind me! ;-)
ping! so did you?
I suggest you orphan this and related pkgs if you don't have time nor interest to maintain them.