xfmedia 0.1.0 released

Carl Berger byronbay at gmx.de
Mon Oct 25 14:07:42 CEST 2004


I get the following error compiling it:

	playlist.c: In function `add_cb':
	playlist.c:475: error: `GTK_STOCK_NETWORK' undeclared (first use in this functio n)

I run Xfce from cvs since a months, and it compiles most of the times :)
I have gtk 2.2.4 installed on a Suse 9.1 system.


Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> hi all-
> for those of you following my random project development, you might have 
> heard that i decided to discontinue work on xfmusic4.  i decided that 
> there were too many intricacies involved in writing a performant audio 
> decoding/rendering engine, and my time would be better spent elsewhere.  
> at the same time, i still don't like most of the music player GUIs 
> available out there, so i decided to start xfmedia, which is based on 
> the xine audio/video playing engine, using the original xfmusic4 GUI.
> xfmedia is mainly geared toward managing and playing music files, but, 
> with libxine, we get video playing for free (well, almost).  i've been 
> working on it for a couple weeks now, and i feel like it's stable and 
> usable enough for an alpha release.
> so, if you want to give it a try, visit:
> http://www.spuriousinterrupt.org/projects/xfmedia/
> the file itself is here:
> http://www.spuriousinterrupt.org/projects/xfmedia/files/xfmedia-0.1.0.tar.gz 
> questions, comments, and bug reports should be emailed directly to me.  
> at some point i may open a bugzilla product for it on xfce bugzilla, but 
> not just yet.  please check the "known issues" section of the NEWS file 
> before reporting bugs.  also, if you notice a video or audio rendering 
> bug, please see if you can reproduce it using another frontend that uses 
> xine (such as xine-ui).  if you can't reproduce it elsewhere, then it's 
> probably my bug; otherwise it's xine's bug.
> i'll entertain feature requests, but please do keep in mind that i have 
> a lot of ideas for xfmedia, and my priorities are: 1) getting basic 
> functionality and stability in place, 2) adding the features that i 
> want, 3) adding the features that other people want.  i don't consider 
> #1 to be finished in the least.
> xfmedia requires a recent build of libxine (i've been developing against 
> version 1.0.0rc6, but anything in the 1.0.0 beta or release candidate 
> series should work.  it also requires libxfce4util and libxfcegui4 from 
> xfce 4.2-beta1, or newer.
> (a note, because it's not immediately obvious: if you want a fullscreen 
> video window, double click on it, and do the same to return it to normal 
> size.  to see playback controls in fullscreen mode, move the mouse to 
> the bottom of the screen.)
> enjoy!
>    -brian

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