Rashid Khan | 14 Apr 07:46 2014
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Travis-CI for Tomboy

Hey,

What do the developers think of adding the Travis-CI [0] to Tomboy Project. I am particularly interested in the projects hosted and worked on Github, i.e Tomboy-Library and Tomboy.OSX; I found an answer on SO[1] on how to add C# projects to Travis.

Let me know your thoughts on the same?
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Jared Jennings | 30 Mar 10:39 2014

Latest build of Tomboy.osx

This build has many great improvements from Rashid,

* Fixes to Sync
* Ability to import old Notes
* UI Improvements to Sync

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Rashid Khan | 29 Mar 18:20 2014
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Xamarin Meetup - Tomboy for cross platform

Hey,

I gave a talk today at Xamarin Warangal Meetup on cross platform development using Xamarin, and used Tomboy as a perfect case study for show casing what we have done, and what plans we have for the future.

Tomboy served as a good example of a proper cross platform open source application, and it made the attendees understand various components of cross platform development, i.e. the back-end system and User Interface differences.

Some pictures from the meetup - http://www.meetup.com/Warangal-Mobile-Net-Developers-Group/photos/20919302/#346604232

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Rien Korstanje | 17 Mar 20:59 2014
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Synchronization: Could not find a part of the path

Hey all,

I installed Tomboy 1.5.1 on Windows 7 and I need it to sync with my Ubuntu machine. I've setup sharing through a Dropbox folder.

So on windows I setup the path: C:\Users\mpkorstanje\Dropbox\Notes. This resulted in the following error.

[ERROR 20:38:30.829] Synchronization failed with the following exception: Could not find a part of the path 'C:\Users\mpkorstanje\0\0\75063989-7212-44fb-9afe-c7168699e616.note'.
   at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
   at System.IO.File.InternalCopy(String sourceFileName, String destFileName, Boolean overwrite, Boolean checkHost)
   at System.IO.File.Copy(String sourceFileName, String destFileName, Boolean overwrite)
   at Tomboy.Sync.FileSystemSyncServer.GetNoteUpdatesSince(Int32 revision) in C:\Projects\tomboy-gnome\Tomboy\Synchronization\FileSystemSyncServer.cs:line 138
   at Tomboy.Sync.SyncManager.SynchronizationThread() in C:\Projects\tomboy-gnome\Tomboy\Synchronization\SyncManager.cs:line 441


Trying another directory, I tried C:\Users\mpkorstanje\Test. This resulted in:

[DEBUG 20:54:16.050] Unexpected error calling local.SaveConfiguration: Access to the path 'C:\Users\mpkorstanje\test' is denied.
   at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
   at System.IO.FileStream.Init(String path, FileMode mode, FileAccess access, Int32 rights, Boolean useRights, FileShare share, Int32 bufferSize, FileOptions options, SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES secAttrs, String msgPath, Boolean bFromProxy, Boolean useLongPath, Boolean checkHost)
   at System.IO.FileStream..ctor(String path, FileMode mode, FileAccess access, FileShare share, Int32 bufferSize)
   at System.IO.File.Create(String path)
   at Tomboy.Sync.FileSystemSyncServiceAddin.SaveConfiguration() in C:\Projects\tomboy-gnome\Tomboy\Addins\FileSystemSyncService\FileSystemSyncServiceAddin.cs:line 152
   at Tomboy.PreferencesDialog.OnSaveSyncAddinButton(Object sender, EventArgs args) in C:\Projects\tomboy-gnome\Tomboy\PreferencesDialog.cs:line 1211


I tried several other paths but they all result in exactly the same error. Access to the path 'C:\Users\mpkorstanje\test' is denied. It won't even change the path to reflect what I'm updating.

Anybody got an idea of what is haunting Tomboy here?

Best,
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Jared Jennings | 12 Feb 18:11 2014

Updated build OSX 0.3.2

You can download from https://www.dropbox.com/s/nku337tucpi4ojt/tomboy.osx-0.3.2.pkg

* Dock Menu Notes Fixed + Status Field for Sync Confirmation
* Fixed the Dock Menu Note Items. Working when notes updated too
* Added method to arrange notes in order of last date changed, Fixed the dock menu when 0 notes present
* Removed call to BuildMenuItems() while initializing, as it is causing problems when no notes are available
* Launches the dashboard when app starts up
* Displays a message when Sync Path is set
* Linked the SettingsSync from Library to store new Settings


A big thank you to Rashid Khan. He's been turning out awesome code.

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Rashid Khan | 8 Feb 11:41 2014
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Tomboy OSX - Saving User Settings

Hey,

I started working on to save user settings, and implemented by saving settings to a text file and the same text file loads up when the app starts up. Here is what I have done, I create a .tomboy folder in the user's home directory and store all settings file in that.
Right now there are 2 parameters to save:
1. File Sync URL
2. Enabling AutoSync

Soon, probably this week, I will build the GUI for Rainy Sync, so more parameters will come from, and it makes sense to save all these, instead user entering them each time before sync.

Now I was thinking, it will be much better to store the user settings as XML file, and call it Settings.xml and all user related settings are stored in this file. The file would be saved in ~/.tomboy/ directory.

Should I go ahead with the XML approach? If yes, then do I implement this in the library, and any client will be able to call it. Or should this be for OSX module only, and I implement it in tomboy.osx?

<at> Jared - I looked in to the GUI store, but it just stores the GUI settings I suppose. Correct me if I am wrong. It would be better to save it in a file, and that way maybe in near future we can have a Sync Settings option across all devices. This would be possible only if we had a separate settings file for each user, which was easily readable.

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Rashid Khan | 8 Feb 04:30 2014
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Tomboy OSX : Fixed Saving of SyncSettings Path

Hey Jared,

I have fixed the problem which we discussed last night about the SyncSettings Path not being saved. I have sent a PR[0], please review the code. More details are given on the PR.

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AB | 31 Jan 13:59 2014
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importing stickies into tomboy and other questions

I just discovered tomboy by way of Tom Revell's stickies page.

As  you might guess, I'm a stickies user.  However, I've moved from Windows to Linux and therefore since Tom's software doesn't run on Linux...  I'm considering Tomboy.

My key question is, can I import stickies into Tomboy?  stickies lets me export as a .csv file, but the resulting file is pretty ugly.  I have a ton of stickies I would really like to turn into actual text (or preferably stickies on Linux).  Right now, sed or similar is starting to look like my best option which doesn't thrill me.

I notice Tomboy webpage mentions something about evernote..... how's that coming along?  I do use evernote server for storage, and the current GUI (nixnote formerly nevernote) I'm using to access it is not as solid as I'd prefer.

Finally, I notice tomboy seems to be a gnome app.  I use KDE on ubuntu... specifically, kubuntu-desktop.  I downloaded it and am trying to build, but I'm already running into building problems.  I don't suppose anyone else has already done this?

Thank you in advance.
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L. D. James | 18 Jan 10:37 2014

Tomboy D-bus api with Java

Can someone point me to a command list or example of Java code for the 
Tomboy api?

So far all the examples I find are in Python.

If I can find a Java example to create a note, I could probably figure 
out the other needed functions.

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Rashid Khan | 16 Jan 18:16 2014
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Update on tomboy.osx

Hey Jared,

I have sent a pull request which saves the the last configuration of the toolbar of Notes Toolbar. Also, I might have changed some window placement when it starts up and pushed that too.

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L. D. James | 12 Jan 11:16 2014

Tomdroid: Error parsing response from SD Card

Every time I hit the sync option in Tomdroid version 7.5, I get an error 
pop-up that says, “Error parsing response from SD Card”. Then in a flash 
I get a prompt that says:

“There was an erro trying to parse your note collection. If you are able 
to replicate the problem, plesae contact us”

I can easily duplicate the error. It happens every time I initiate a sync.

As far as I can see the notes are synced with the sdcard. But of course, 
having the error pop up during each sync is a cause for concerned.

I'll gladly run any test to help identify what is causing this error.

Thanks!

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