Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Playing a File
RE: Playing a File
From: Benjamin <mailinglists_at_samuraipanda.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2003 21:24:10 -0800
You'd think so :-). Actually that's what I first tried, but when I try
to use it, nothing actually plays (again, I don't have debug output).
Perhaps I'm a little confused by it, but I made the following
int play_list(char *dir, // Is this the MP3?
char *file, // This would be NULL if using an MP3
int start_index, // This out be 0 to play a single file
or the first file in the play list
bool shuffled_index, // By default I would use FALSE
int start_offset, // file offset
int random_seed, // Not sure what this is for
int first_index ) // Not sure what this is for or how it
differs from start_index
From: owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se] On
Behalf Of Hardeep Sidhu
Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2003 5:41 PM
Subject: Re: Playing a File
The play_list() function in apps/playlist.c should be sufficient for
you. You can see how it's used by the resume code in
--- Benjamin <mailinglists_at_samuraipanda.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm developing a bookmark capability for Rockbox. I
> can write the
> bookmark file without any issue, but when I go to
> load it, I'm not
> quiet sure how to get RockBox to play it.
> I've looked over the code, but I can't seem to find
> a function that
> would accept a file name (mp3 or m3u), an index in
> that file (to
> handle playlists), and the offset into the MP3 file.
> I've written
> a function that leverages the resume capability of
> RockBox to do
> this, but I'm not having much success. Below is
> that code.
> void Play_File(char* filename, int playlist_index,
> int file_offset)
> int temp_resume = global_settings.resume;
> global_settings.resume = RESUME_ON; //Keeps the
> user from being
> global_settings.resume_index = playlist_index;
> global_settings.resume_offset = file_offset;
> global_settings.resume = temp_resume;
> //restores original resume
> filename will be a full path to a MP3 or M3U file
> (i.e. \spoken\speech.
> playlist_index will be the index of the file to play
> in a M3U.
> file_offset will be the file offset in the MP3 at
> which to start.
> The basic idea is to leverage the existing resume
> capability to handle
> the bookmark playback.
> I don't have the ability to debug (I can't get the
> pesky win32 uisimulator
> to compile. Can anyone supply me with one), so any
> help is appreciated.
> I put the full bookmark source at:
> zip, which is based off of rockbox-daily-20030106.
Received on 2003-01-09