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Re: phone number and/or vcard handling bug?

From: Pawel Kot
Subject: Re: phone number and/or vcard handling bug?
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 22:26:27 +0200


On 6/21/05, Zrubecz Laszlo <address@hidden> wrote:
> 2005-06-21, Pawel Kot wrote:
> > They are supported. You need to use the following syntax:
> > TEL;VOICE:...
> > TEL;HOME:...
> > TEL:CELL:...
> > TEL:FAX:...
> > TEL:WORK:...
> > TEL:PREF:...
> > etc.
> Jes, it's OK, but it isn't vcard v3.0 format...

I think I checked this out and such format is acceptable with vcard
3.0. But I may be wrong.

> > And gnokii doesn't support evolution format at the moment.
> OK, no more question about it... :)

This was the next taks to do (general vcard support) besides few
bugfixes and the recent daemon stuff. Is there any volunteer to
improve vcard support? I think a good starting point may be multisync
patch for gnokii from Balint Reczey.

> > > It's ok, that the conversion can be buggy, but what can't? What if we
> > > can force the conversion with an option? I think the inport feature is
> > > useless witout the phone specific conversions.
> >
> > Please make a suggestion how we should implement it.
> Well, I know nothing about the gnokii source. Mainly because I have not
> had any C programming practice... So I'm doing this substitution in
> perl: s/[^0-9+*#]//g

So just to rip out everything? In fact + should stay in place (if it
is in front). BTW. I just checked xgnokii sources and it ripps out all
white chars, but it leaves other non digits.

take care,
Pawel Kot

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