Description of problem: libsyncml-0.4.6 from Fedora repository fails to parse SyncML returned by Nokia N900 over OBEX.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 0.4.6
How reproducible: always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make some change to one or more Contacts on Nokia N900.
2. Connect Nokia N900 device to Fedora 12/13/14 box (USB or Bluetooth)
3. Run: syncml-obex-client -u 1 --wbxml --identifier "PC Suite" --sync text/x-vcard Contacts
4. Or see http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=49235 to reproduce.
Received an transport error: Link Error: 0x0
Some changed contacts are listed.
N900 send empty <Data/> element within <Item/>. Recent versions of libsyncml (0.5.4) handle it properly, 0.4.6 doesn't. So, backport is required. Attached is the patch which work for me.
Created attachment 457956 [details]
Backport from 0.5.4 patch
Created attachment 464370 [details]
Backport from 0.5.4 v2
Previous patch appeared to be incomplete, it didn't allow more then one item to be transmitted upon slow-sync. Additional code is backported. Now I'm able to sync Contacts my device completely.
Thanks for the patch. I will look into including it into the Fedora Packages.
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