Description of problem:
I'm using Gnome Do's evolution plugin as of yesterday, with two Gmail address books configured in Evolution. As of yesterday everything works, but now I get the following on startup:
(Do:3557): libebook-CRITICAL **: file e-book.c: line 2144: assertion `book && E_IS_BOOK (book)' failed
Evolution.ContactItemSource "Evolution Contacts" encountered an error in UpdateItems: file e-book.c: line 2144: assertion `book && E_IS_BOOK (book)' failed.
Gnome Do still functions, but it's as if the Evolution plugin is not there at all.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install gnome-do-plugins-evolution
2. Enable it in Gnome Do
3. Start Gnome Do from the console, watch the sparks
As described above
No warning, and should just work
Will try updating to 0.8.2 and see if that fixes anything.
I'll push 0.8.2 to updates testing. I've been using it throughout the day and it fixed all the Google Plugins (Which don't work on 0.8.1).
As for the Docklets package? I created the spec, the docklets appear to work fine, except for the Volume one, which is broken. I haven't had time to check the *why* though.
Ah. I've only tried the Google Contacts plugin, which works fine on 0.8.1.
Give me a shout when you have the docklets ready for review, and I'll happily oblige.
I'm currently building gnome-do (your spec, but the one I came up with is virtually identical) and -plugins for Rawhide. I have a local build that I'm using, but it seems that the Evolution plugin is still broken the same way. I even tried rebuilding evolution-sharp...
Could you reproduce the bug? In which case we might want to reassign this -- it just might be that evolution's API has changed and therefore this is an evo-sharp bug (it has not been updated upstream for a few months).
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
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