- 11th January 2006 at 2:51 pm #157
Hey Ron, Great Job! and Happy New Year!
Using the latest cvs (as far as i can. @#$#@ sf servers..)
if a directory has 3 periods, or more? it get’s skipped and is not added into the database. It would be nice if you could get that fixed. A lot of Phil Collins Albums start off with …[albumname]
-A12th January 2006 at 5:34 am #3904
It’s still hanging around because it’s the first I’ve heard of it. 🙂
I’ll look at it.12th January 2006 at 8:12 am #3905
Fixed in cvs.
I’d like to get the movie sharing that’s new with 6.0.2. If I can get that done, I’ll drop it as a nightly.
I haven’t updated my main development machine to 6.0.2 yet, I want to back up my music library first. It’s syncing now, so hopefully tomorrow I’ll be up to 6.0.2.
Meanwhile, I’ll see if I can get the video stuff working on my laptop.
— Ron12th January 2006 at 1:24 pm #3906
Actually I mentioned it quite a while back on sf.. yanno, like two years ago? early early on in the project, but no big. It’s fixed now.
Got another one for you.
2006-01-11 22:18:48: Error inserting file 09 – The Old Purple Tin (9% Of Pure Heaven).mp3 in database
I assume it is because of the % symbol. This is latest cvs prior to the Tools addition.
-A12th January 2006 at 3:14 pm #3907
can you run with a logfile and a -d9 -Ddatabase?
I’d like to see the broken queries. Particularly if you are going to be following cvs — I know there is plenty of breakage in the current db, but I need some instances to find it.
— Ron12th January 2006 at 3:17 pm #3908
Hrm, and I don’t think it’s because of the % symbol. At least, I don’t see it. It should be properly sqlescaped.
In any event, I’m about to drop this as a nightly.
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