Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: just curious
Re: just curious
From: Bryce Benton <me_at_brycebenton.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 13:43:14 -0600
it is enough to simply create the favorites.m3u file in the .rockbox
folder, IMHO. i don't want to have to manually concatenate two different
days' favorites files.
another idea is to have the option of "not favorite"... which would remove
a song from an .m3u list. i like to have complete albums in the jukebox,
but that doesn't necessarily mean i want to listen to every track from that
album when i am in all-file shuffle mode. i would like to have the option
of easily removing selected tracks from the all-files playlist.... i guess
i would have to rename it almost-all-files.m3u, though.
At 11:09 AM 1/24/03 -0800, you wrote:
>Well it sounds like everyone digs the feature so I'll update the code to use
>ON+PLAY and submit it to cvs tonight.
>For now it creates /favorites.m3u, but in the future this may inadvertently
>append tracks to someone's handcrafted list. Is it worth the time to create
>a more complex structure to allow a daily list with the date in the playlist
>file name? Or would it be best just to drop the file into the .rockbox
>directory? Just food for thought.
>For now I'll just get what I have into cvs so ppl can have it in the daily
>BTW - good job on the file api. seems it has come along quite well.
Received on 2003-01-24