If you have access to iTunes and are willing can you put a podcast or two on
our shuffle using iTunes then send me at least the iTunesSD, though also
having the iTunesDB would be a great help.
On Tuesday 13 April 2010 18:07:27 Massimo Cora' wrote:
> Adam Broschinski wrote:
> > Although I'm not sure how to get git to give me a cumulative patch
> > 4 shall bring you from the current head of teuf's sandbox to mostly full
> > support, see the notes in patch 4, for the 4th gen shuffle, or 3rd gen
> > depending on how you count.
> it's working fine now after having applied your patch. It sees the
> correct ipod despite the warning "Extended info will not be used".
> I can also upload songs and they're working great.
> I'll test the podcasts ASAP.
> Some notes about gtkpod (I'm new to this product and probably these
> questions have already been answered): I saw that xmms is the default
> player: I didn't find a way to change that. Is there a way or should be
> I used festival (http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/) some time
> ago, and it seemed to be quite good to me. This could be used to
> generate the wav files from the songs titles. Though I didn't used the
> development api it makes available, I suppose it won't be hard to
> generate a wav in a multilanguage way.
> Anyway I'm not sure that you'd like to add the festival dependence to
> libgpod, preferring probably a dependence on gtkpod. What about the
> logic of generation/upload of files? Should it be placed on the gui code?
> thanks and regards,