A very good start to user documentation. I have added some tags for
developer documentation (using the doxygen system). Maybe the
documents generated there could be integrated with yours. Type "make
docs" from the top level zinf dir.
The win32 files are being added back to the repository and with any
luck the 2.2.4 release will include win32 and linux. Win32 needs
developers. If you develop on both win32 and linux it would be perfect
as we are trying to get much closer integration and a common ui for a
(far off) future release.
Now onto the Wishlist:
I am definitely planning better integration with musicbrainz and I
think we could use that functionality to do a better job at finding the
songs you want. For example, say you are in album directory, but are
missing a few songs. It would be great to be able to add the missing
songs to the "Wishlist". This could be done by matching your songs
with those on musicbrainz, determining the album(s), it belongs to and
requesting a title list from the musicbrainz server.
Then you need some sort of "meta-searcher" to talk to the music
buying/sharing services. Some integration with emusic is already
there, but plugins for kazaa and gnutella would be really great. I am
not sure if any of these services all you too search on musicbrainz
song signatures. However this would be a great add-on to the
On Mon, 2003-02-17 at 10:56, Roel Vanhout wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I haven't seen much activity on this list the past few days (don't know
> about before, I've only been a subscriber for a short while). I hope
> this is the correct place to send this to.
> I'm interested in doing some development to zinf; probably primarily on
> Windows, maybe Linux too. I started with writing some documentation;
> what I have so far is on http://www.stack.be/~roel/zinf/index.html. It's far
> from complete, but the real reason I'm posting it is because I'd like to
> ask opinions about the 'Wishlist' feature that I have described in the
> 'Future enhancements' section of the document. Everything listed there
> are things that I'd like to work on, if there is an agreement that it is
> wanted, ofcourse. It's written in the form of a functional spec, so it's
> all stated like absolute truth; it can always be changed.
> Anyway, back to the wishlist: this is what I'd like to start with. I
> would appreciate feedback on how feasable it would be in the current
> framework, and if it's deemed useful.
> Then, I have a question about the current status of the windows version.
> I tried opening the dsw in base/win32/prj, but then I got errors about
> projects not being found; I thought the paths were just wrong but I
> couldn't find them at all. Is anyone working on this? Is Visual Studio
> still supported as a platform? Is there anything else I need to know
> (aside from the things in the documentation like README.win32)?
> All feedback appreciated.
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