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Subject: Re: new rb install on clip zip

Re: new rb install on clip zip

From: Dionesque <dionesque_at_interia.pl>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2014 15:21:36 +0200

Hi Kyle!

Thank you for your reply and infos.
Two questions:

1. When I'd copy the current developer version over the existing stable one
on my Clip Zip, that is if I'd overwrite the existing files, do I have to
create new .voice files for this developer version or can I keep on using
the .voice files that I've created under 3.13?

2. Does the current developer version solve the battery level notification
issue on Clip Zip? Under 3.13 the lower battery levels never get announced
so I always have to chceck the battery level manually to avoid sudden shut
down of the player as in such case neither the bookmark on stop nor the
currently playing mark are not getting saved and I have to scroll a lot
through the audiobbok to find the spot when the player shutted itself down.

Thank you in advance for any infor on these two issues!
Kind regards,

Barbara

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
From: Ben Shepherd
Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2014 2:43 PM
To: Rockbox
Subject: Re: new rb install on clip zip

I'm running 3.13 on a Clip+ and it seems very stable and usable. I was
concerned that a dev build would be less stable, but your reply has
gone some way to reducing my fears. What I would like to know is: are
there any interesting extra features that have been added to the dev
builds, or is it all just small incremental improvements?
Ben

On 9 April 2014 13:32, Kyle <kyle_at_gmx.ca> wrote:
> The development builds are generated automatically every time there is a
> change to the git repository. Every time the code changes, a build
> client runs on ~30 machines to be sure that the code builds correctly,
> and the resulting builds are uploaded to the website where you can
> download and use them. In spite of the warnings about the potential of a
> development build to be unusable or broken, I have had good luck
> building and installing from git for several years for 3 different Sansa
> targets. My worst problems have been recording glitches that were fixed
> within a few hours, and I can only remember about two such glitches.
> That said, the stable release is generally recommended to decrease the
> chance of breakage. My personal recommendation is that if you are most
> comfortable with stable, by all means stick with it, it's quite good.
> Hope this helps.
> ~Kyle
> http://kyle.tk/
> --
> "Kyle? ... She calls her cake, Kyle?"
> Out of This World, season 2 episode 21 - "The Amazing Evie"
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