Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Logging
From: Uwe Freese <mail_at_uwe-freese.de>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 23:03:01 +0100
ozric01_at_gmx.net wrote on Thursday, January 22, 2004, 1:55:42 PM:
>>>a year ago or so, there has been a patch, which created a logfile.
ogn> I really like this feature! It's part of all my personal builds. I wrote
ogn> a perl script that generates a bunch of playlists from the log:
ogn> - recently played tracks: last day/ week/ month/ etc.
ogn> - most frequently played tracks: top 10/ top 50/ ...
ogn> - never played tracks
ogn> - most played artists charts
ogn> - most played by genre
ogn> - by daytime: midnight mix/ morning mix/ ...
ogn> - by month/season/year: september mix/ summer mix/ ...
ogn> please give the patch a second thought
Nice to hear that someone else instead of me is using this
functionality. ;-) (I'm the one who wrote it.)
The old version of this patch is working with a current version. I
uploaded a zip file to my website again (I think the old entry on SF is
Things that should be changed *if* this logging function is added to
(1) By now, it makes a log entry every time it reads a file. E.g. if
a file is read 4 times (4 times filling the buffer), there are four
entries. Instead, it sould make only one entry.
This could be changed by checking if it's the same filename in
(2) And there should be a menu entry "Logging On/Off", of course.
Björn: If you think the patch should be in cvs now, I could add it to
CVS and change (1). It would be nice if you or someone else could add
(2) then, because I'm not so familiar with the menu stuff.
Received on 2004-01-22