Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: voice UI step 4 now has talkbox, and more
Re: voice UI step 4 now has talkbox, and more
From: George Styles <george_at_ripnet.co.uk>
Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2004 09:32:32 +0100
I know i *CAN* get round it, but I still think it would be better to not
have to... (i do, of course, have CYGWIN!)
For one thing, if we play MP3s from the mounted rockbox, we have to exclude
the .dirname.mp3 from WinAmp or whatever.
I still vote for a different extension :)
ps. (changing topic completely!) Why cant the VoiceFont live in the CVS ?
does CVS not support binary files?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Wolven" <brian.wolven_at_verizon.net>
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2004 1:05 AM
Subject: Re: voice UI step 4 now has talkbox, and more
> George Styles wrote:
> > Hi,
> > This is very cool, but would it be worth considering making the
> > have a different extension to .mp3?
> > at the moment I use a dir/s to build playlists etc, and its far easier
> > least under windows) to just include all .mp3 files than to have to
> > the .dirname.mp3
> > Maybe if talkbox searched for .dirname.mp3 and also .dirname.tbox (or
> > something) then everyone would be happy?
> You're right, we probably just want to change that extension to avoid
> the annoyance, rather than fixing every other tool out there. In the
> meantime, if you have cygwin/unixutils or something like that on your
> PC, you could try piping the dir command through grep to exclude any
> dirname files, e.g.,
> [your dir command] | grep -v "dirname.mp3" > [your output file]
> The mp3list.vbs script (bundled with the dirname generating script) will
> exclude those dirname files for you. Just drag the folder you wish to
> create a playlist for onto the script and it'll make a playlist (named
> after the folder) and put it in the folder containing the script -
> that's why I keep the script in my playlists folder. =)
Received on 2004-03-28