Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Sync recommendations? (more Windows-related than Rockbox)
Re: Sync recommendations? (more Windows-related than Rockbox)
From: Mike Bartz <mobartz_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 16:36:25 -0400
I use iPodder (http://ipodder.sourceforge.net/index.php) and subscribe
to everything from there. Then I have it download everything to
E:\podcasts, where E: is the drive letter that my JBR gets. So I
don't really need to sync it up; it's the only place where I put
Here's a neat hack that I'll share. iPodder lets you run a command
after each download (File, Preferences, Advanced) This is what I run:
start /min wscript "e:\zzz files\voicebox\voiceBox-silent.wsf" e:\podcasts
I removed this line from the bottom of voicebox.wsf file to create my
"silent" version, and it's pretty quiet that way: msgbox "Clip
generation completed." So as soon as the podcast is downloaded, it's
automatically voiced for me. Handy for use in the car!
Hope that helps,
On 5/23/05, David McIntyre <plughie_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I've gotten hooked on podcasting, and the hands-off nature of it. But
> I'm having trouble finding an automated sync utility to keep my
> podcasts up-to-date.
> Currently, I have an MS Briefcase folder on my drive, so I just have
> to right-click and update to sync it. But I'd much prefer to have the
> sync occur as soon as I plug the Archos into the USB. I've looked into
> the autorun.inf, but I can't find a way to have it do a briefcase
> update through that facility. I've also looked at HappyFish, which has
> support for auto-sync on plug in, but it's still a bit young and
> unstable at this point. I can walk away from HappyFish for the day and
> come back to a screen full of dialogs to close.
> Has anyone come up with a desktop auto-sync solution for their
> Rockbox? Please share.
-- Mike Bartz mob_at_bartzfamily.net _______________________________________________ http://cool.haxx.se/mailman/listinfo/rockboxReceived on 2005-05-23