2) I disabled the appropriate buttons when there are no songs in the list.
3) I updated to pyogg 1.3 and libogg 1.1 but I only have a few ogg files here and they all work OK. Can you send me one or two that fail for you? Can you send me the crash trace?
Ken Hayber wrote:
> Thanks for the feedback (I think :( )
> 1) You need pymad in addition to libmad.
> 2) I'll add checks for empty lists.
> 3) I only have pyofgg 1.0 here. Gentoo has up through 1.3. I guess
> I'll try those.
> Alastair Porter wrote:
>> On Sun, 2003-12-21 at 18:53, Ken Hayber wrote:
>>> Big Changes!
>>> Lots of code cleanup and crash/hang fixing. It seems really stable
>>> here, but let me know if you have any problems. I believe python 2.2
>>> will still be enough to run MusicBox, but again, let me know if you
>>> have problems.
>> Ok, since i like musicbox muchly i decided to give it a go:
>> clicking the playlist button with no files loaded crashes it and gives
>> this traceback:
>> Exception in thread update:
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "/usr/lib/python2.2/threading.py", line 414, in __bootstrap
>> File "/usr/lib/python2.2/threading.py", line 402, in run
>> apply(self.__target, self.__args, self.__kwargs)
>> File "/home/alastair/musicbox-0.0.12/playlistui.py", line 187, in
>> File "/home/alastair/musicbox-0.0.12/playlist.py", line 134, in set
>> return self.song_list[index]
>> IndexError: list index out of range
>> loading a mp3 gives a message saying to load libmad. however,
>> [alastair@... alastair]$ rpm -qa|grep mad
>> Trying to load an ogg crashes it
>> [alastair@... alastair]$ rpm -qa|grep ogg
>> [alastair@... alastair]$ rpm -qa|grep python
>>> Try it, I think you'll like it :)
>> truly, i want to :-)
Ken Hayber (khayber@...)
Huntington Beach, CA