On Sep 28, 2004, at 11:35 PM, Roger Binns wrote:
>> these changes that were in cvs two days ago, because they're still
>> not on the anonymous cvs server.
> I just did a fresh anonymous checkout at the code is definitely up to
> Are you sure the issues aren't on your end?
I just tried to do an update now (6:36 PM EST). My com_lg.py file says
it is version 1.18, which is the version before your checkin on Sept 26
at 8:05. I haven't touched anything with my cvs configuration lately.
The Root file in my CVS directory for bitpim says my cvsroot is
":pserver:anonymous@...", is that the
same one you just used earlier today when it worked? Now, I realize
that the anonymous cvs problems I'm having aren't strictly your
problem: they're sourceforge's. If you have any idea where I should be
expressing my dissatisfaction about this setup to them, I'll be happy
to start complaining to them about it. The old support requests that
people have submitted about this simply refer people back to the site
status page with a canned response, so that's not really useful. I know
the site status page says that there is a delay (of 5 hours) .. but it
isn't a 5 hour delay, it's at least 2 and a half days. If it was only 5
hours I could live with that.
>> :( And here I wanted to see if i could figure out what the
>> appropriate filetype number is for mp3 on the vx7000, but there's no
>> point if I can't get updated code.
> The updated code is of no use whatsoever in finding out the filetype.
> You need to use the filesystem view and examine the index files.
What I wanted the code for was to try adding mp3 in to the list with
different numbers to see what number works (there are only so many
numbers: basically brute-force figuring out what the number is.) I know
it supports playing an mp3 file if it is put in with an extension of
mid and with the mid number in the index file. I basically want the
updated code so I can do this testing without hex editing the index
file myself. I don't have any purchased mp3 ringtones on my phone, so I
can't just look at my index file and see what it would have put there
for the number in that case. I'm assuming that the number is only used
for writing the index file anyway, so if we can come up with a number
that works (even if it is the same number as works for mid files) that
that will be okay?