martin at silef.de
Wed Jan 31 11:00:59 CET 2007
But wouldn't it be handy to have an application on the gpe side that
can respond to the memos? One could use the regular gpe text editor
and keep the memos in a seperate folder that holds them as .txt files.
I think it would be a nice thing for gpe if it also could sync memos.
On 1/31/07, Florian Boor <florian.boor at kernelconcepts.de> wrote:
> Graham Cobb wrote:
> > I am looking at extending gpesyncd on the Nokia Internet Tablet (Maemo)
> > platform to be able to synchronise memos (created using Nokia's Notes
> > program) with Opensync.
> That's a good idea... i'm pretty sure i would use this feature :-)
> > Am I correct in assuming there is no GPE program on other platforms which
> > handles memos? In which case this would be Maemo-specific.
> From what i know the application just creates html files so on other platforms
> you could modify these files with an arbitary word processor. Unluckily the
> Maemo application is not open and i'm not aware of a really small application
> which is able to rplace it.
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