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  • #1610

    mas
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    …since May? Anything special going on?

    #11982

    rpedde
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    @mas wrote:

    …since May? Anything special going on?

    Lots of code cleanups.

    You can track what I’m doing here: http://trac.fireflymediaserver.org/timeline

    Basically, I’m re-writing all the file and socket code in a new abstraction to be cross-platform, which is essentially done. It compiles and runs now on both windows and unix. Now I just have to finish some cleanups, refactor the plugin code and I’ll have something nightlyable.

    By moving all the file handling to one abstraction, I think I can fix all the problems with file system codepage type, as well as the problems with relocating absolute m3u files.

    I had hoped this weekend I’d have a nightly to post, but it might still be another couple days. It will also likely be broken when I post it. 🙂

    But yeah, work is progressing, mostly on cleanup toward a stable release.

    — Ron

    #11983

    mas
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    Sure take your time, was just wondering because at some time we had almost weekly a new nightly.

    #11984

    nschertz
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    Ron,
    Just checking…status on next stable release?

    #11985

    NoSubstitute

    Build svn-1696 (Mon, 29 October 2007)

    That was the last “nightly”.
    One year and two months ago.

    That is a pretty long time.

    #11986

    nschertz
    Participant

    Just checking… has development of firefly ceased? No new entries by Ron on the development site since June 2008. Not complaining ..just inquiring

    #11987

    Anonymous

    I’m complaining. Can’t get this stuff to work, yet nobody’s working on it. What do we have to do get things moving again? Do you need some help, Ron?

    #11988

    stretch
    Participant

    Ron more than likely will not answer.
    Yes, the project is in need of someone to continue working on it

    #11989

    mas
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    You will have to email Ron directly to get an answer. His email is posted somewhere in this forum.

    Otherwise indeed mt-daapd development is on hold since almost 2 years. Fortunately the latest code is quite stable. But we could use someone who has the time and is willing to take over…

    #11990

    Anonymous

    If it’s so stable, why can’t i get it to work? At a minimum, we need to get some documentation together.

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