|Description:||Developer headers and libraries for opensync (0.39-4)|
OpenSync is a synchronization framework that is platform and distribution independent. It consists of a powerful sync-engine and several plugins that can be used to connect to devices. OpenSync is very flexible and capable of synchronizing any type of data, including contacts, calendar, tasks, notes and files. The goals of OpenSync: * Provide a framework that can be used for general synchronization * Reusability. The framework should be usable by many applications * Speed. Synchronization should be as fast as possible. * Flexibility. We cannot predict what formats / devices the future will bring. Therefore OpenSync is built as flexible and modular as possible. * Integrity. Data must never be lost, no matter what happens. * Portability. The framework should run on as many platforms as possible (Linux, Windows, Mac OS, BSD, etc) * Language neutral. OpenSync is extensible in using other languages like python, java and even more. * No dependencies on a X-server. OpenSync is a library that can be embed into other applications. Therefore it is possible to use GUIs, CLIs or whatever you can imagine.
|Maintainer:||Benjamin Reed <opensyncATfinkDOTraccoonfinkDOTcom>|
|Parent:||libopensync1-shlibs (Shared libraries for opensync)|
CVS log, Last Changed: Fri, 10 May 2013 23:23:23 (UTC)
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