[gnome-bluetooth] compiling latest CVS

Bastien Nocera hadess at hadess.net
Tue Jun 28 13:38:38 BST 2005

On Tue, 2005-06-28 at 13:10 +0100, Derek Cramer wrote:
> Oops! Turns out I didn't even have Evolution installed! I never use it 
> so it never occurred to me. I installed it and turned on auto complete 
> for the address book and now it works fine. Is there any point in filing 
> a bug for this? Should it work without Evolution using just phone 
> numbers, or is Evolution a dependency? Thanks for the help (and for 

We only use evolution-data-server, which is where evolution stores some
of the data (you could see your appointments in the clock applet for
example, or your contacts in gnome-phone-manager, etc.).

However, it should *definitely* work even if you don't have
autocompletion configured. As you said, not being able to enter a number
(for no obvious reason) because you didn't configure Evo as expected is
a pretty bad bug.

> making it play nice with my 6310i). If I get my hands on any other 
> Bluetooth phone, I will be sure to test it.

You're quite lucky, this is the phone I tested everything with ;)


> Bastien Nocera wrote:
> > 
> > Ha! Could you file a bug about that? It would be because you don't have
> > any addressbooks in Evolution set for autocompletion.
> > 
> > Go to Evolution, select Tools->Settings->Autocompletion and enable it
> > for the local address book. This should make it work.
> > 
Bastien Nocera <hadess at hadess.net> 
I always thought deaf people were funny. -- Neil LaBute

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