Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: mp3-specific config
Re: mp3-specific config
From: Brian King <brking_at_charter.net>
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2003 17:51:38 -0600
Actually, the current patch handles that as well. I only keep 2 copies
of the settings, however. I just end up re-reading the playlist config.
The order of precendence is:
1. playlist directory cfg file
2. playlist cfg file
3. mp3 file directory cfg file
4. mp3 file cfg file
You can stack these just like you mentioned. The patch as it is today
ends up re-reading all these cfg files when you go to the next track.
Johan Vromans wrote:
> Brian King <brking_at_charter.net> writes:
>>Correct. The current patch handles this. It keeps a second copy of the
>>global_settings called saved_settings and updated the proper one
>>depending on the useage.
> I'd say that a stack is needed. E.g., play a playlist with settings ->
> save current settings (set A), new settings become current (set B).
> The playlist contains an MP3 with a config -> set B is saved and new
> set (set C) becomes current. When the MP3 finishes, restore set B.
> When the playlist finishes, set A should be restored.
> However, I'm pretty much happy with the current one-level approach
> -- Johan
Received on 2003-12-23