On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 12:53 AM, <address@hidden>
Henning Weiss wrote:
Thank you very much for the hint. Changing sha1sum.exe to md5sum.exe did
>> On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 9:20 PM, Robert Eckl wrote:
>> If i Push the org-files under Windows with MobileOrg the different
>> org-files are not synced, but with MobileOrgNG they are. If i push the
>> org-files under Mac OS, the org-files are synced even with MobileOrg.
> This sounds like a known bug with org-mode on Windows, as it does not
> generate a complete checksum file. See the discussion here. It seems
> that changing from sha1sum.exe to md5sum.exe for the generation of the
> checksum file fixes that issue.
not change anything for me, but changing from Gnuwin sha1sum/md5sum to
the one from ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/binary/sha1sum.exe seems to fix
the issue for me.
Does that mean that the default checksum generation utility of cygwin that is used by org-mode is broken? Will upgrading cygwin to a newer version fix this, or did you need to change your setup?
I hope, other issues are fixed too. Sometimes org-mobile-push crashes
because of IIRC unexpected hashes. If I remove the related
agenda-file(s), do the push, and then add the files to the agenda-files
the push sometimes is succesfull. I have no idea, how to fix it.
Could you try to produce a minimal setup that produces this problem? I'm sure more people on windows have this problem. I would at least like to post a workaround for this issue on the mobileorg-android web page.