Rockbox

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  • Category User Interface → Themes
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  • Operating System All players
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Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Alexander Levin - 2007-04-08

FS#6994 - Make some WPS tags more consistent

As of now, %cP produces “am/pm” and %cp produces “AM/PM” (lowercase produces uppercase and vice versa). I think this should be changed.

Another proposal: let’s make the RTC tags “atomic”, i.e. let’s write “%ca %cb” instead of “%ca bc”. The parsing will become simpler as well as handling as well as they will be more like other tags (each %-tag produces a piece of information and stands on its own). There are no other tags that require a terminating char.

Closed by  Bj√∂rn Stenberg
2007-04-10 13:38
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Additional comments about closing:  

Closing all feature requests.

Nicolas Pennequin commented on 2007-04-08 21:12

About the second proposal: It would sure make the parsing code simpler, but the displaying part would be much the same, as the current RTC tag is already broken down into a set of almost independent tokens. Almost because the code still relies on the presence of a leading plain RTC token, but that could be changed.
So it wouldn’t be hard to do and it would bring some benefit, but it would break existing WPSes. We have to decide whether it’s worth it. Same goes with the first proposal.

Alexander Levin commented on 2007-04-09 07:33

I’ve searched for the RTC tags in the WPS’s included with RB. There is only one WPS that has it, so only one .wps file would need adjustment.

Nicolas Pennequin commented on 2007-04-09 11:50

True, but you can be sure that there will be a LOT of forum posts and IRC questions of people asking why the clock their custom WPS doesn’t work anymore. People don’t like changes like that unless they are really necessary or bring big improvements.

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