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Subject: Re: miipekk: apps playback.c,1.132,1.133

Re: miipekk: apps playback.c,1.132,1.133

From: Mickey Quenzer <>
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 19:41:27 -0700


When a new card is insertted, you could generate a refresh which would go to
the playlist on disk and set up the files for playback from that playlist
which was opened in the current session.

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jens Arnold" <>
To: "Rockbox development" <>
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 2:25 PM
Subject: Re: miipekk: apps playback.c,1.132,1.133

> On 30.07.2005, Daniel Stenberg wrote:
>> On Sat, 30 Jul 2005, Miika Pekkarinen wrote:
>>> Hmm, I first tried skipping also but I just found it much
>>> more easier and reliable to remove incorrect entries from
>>> playlist (why anybody would like to have a file on the
>>> playlist that does not exist?).
>> Well, apart from the plain fact that I don't expect nor want
>> my player to modify anything when I tell it to just read and
>> use a file, I can in fact come up with several potential use
>> case scenarios where a user have a playlist with "bad" files
>> in that the user wants to keep that way. It could for example
>> involve using the same playlist no matter what music
>> collection is currently loaded on the unit.
> Yes, that's a quite common situation e.g. on Ondio if you have
> more than one MMC. A playlist could span several cards, of
> course only the files on the currently plugged card could be
> played but I certainly don't want rockbox to delete the other
> entries.
> Regards, Jens
> _______________________________________________

Received on 2005-08-03

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