[vorbis-dev] ogg123 ^C changes
mitchell at cs.leander.isd.tenet.edu
Thu Feb 7 08:54:32 PST 2002
> > Funny. Someone did just that a few weeks back :)
> Doh! Sorry, I should have checked my mail before I sent my last one. Ok,
> where is the code for this? And my question still stands about identifying
> Ogg playlists.
A few weeks ago I implemented playlists, a daemon mode, and the ability to
poll a playlist, re-reading and restarting at the top on any changes. I did
this for my own use to fit in with a whole voting jukebox thing I've got
The code was based off rc3 (not CVS), and I simply posted a link to the
modified source for those interested. If playlist support of the sort I
implemented is desired for the main code, I can certainly get the latest CVS
and re-implement just that part.
I do like the suggestion about using -@ to tag playlists (together with
--playlist), which I didn't do. My "file vs. playlist" test (which is
braindead and breaks URLs to boot) was:
If the string doesn't end in ".ogg", it's a playlist.
Anyway, the code is still around at
My code is wrapped in
/* code added by Graham Mitchell */
/* end of code added by Graham Mitchell */
mostly because I expect to have to re-add my stuff with each new release and
I wanted to be able to remember what parts I'd touched.
Feel free to gank my code, or I can do it properly myself once I get this
"introduction to compressed audio tutorial" polished up.
computer science teacher
Leander High School
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