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> Convert Kapi Database To Gpe Equivalent?
vputz
post Jan 18 2007, 11:50 AM
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Okay, so Ko/pi and Ka/pi aren't yet ported to GPE. I'd love to use GPE, but these two and opie-reader keep me with opie.

I used to really like Ko/pi and Ka/pi because of their sync ability with the equivalents in Windows, and I still treasure that, but until I can try and compile them for GPE, but I'd still like access to my data. I would love to try getting kopi and kapi running on GPE, but I can't afford to be without access to my data--so an important middle step would be getting the data in the GPE tools' format.

Anyone managed that yet? Any good first steps?
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rolf
post Jan 25 2007, 03:14 PM
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QUOTE(vputz @ Jan 18 2007, 09:50 PM)
Okay, so Ko/pi and Ka/pi aren't yet ported to GPE.  I'd love to use GPE, but these two and opie-reader keep me with opie.

How about running GPE and Opie at the same time? Consult the OZ FAQ.
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jerrybme
post Jan 26 2007, 11:25 AM
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You can import ics files into GPE, I was able to do it but got some very funky results on some repeating appointments (may be related to having to sync with GroupWise) but YMMV. Give it a shot and see what happens.

However, I really miss Kopi. The PIM app in GPE is not as robust. There is a Kopi version in OE dev that will compile, but I couldn't ever get it to run. Perhaps someone else out there with better skills than I can finish the work Hrw started (he did the original work on the bitbake files for the X version of Kopi)

Good luck,
Jerry
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