Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Helping with ipod support

On lun, 2004-07-19 at 09:03 -0500, Adam Israel wrote:
> Christophe,
> That helps quite a bit.  I've done a bit of work with the iTunesDB 
> (writing some command line interface tools) and I feel pretty 
> comfortable with working on write support.  I'll grab the archives below 
> and start getting to work.

Great ;)
To make things clear, writing support in libitunesdb works (it's code
from gtkpod that I refactored, so it's even mostly tested). The only
thing I didn't test after modifying that code is playlist
reading/writing (it's on my TODO list for some day).
The main thing to do is to get rhythmbox to use this libitunesdb instead
of the current copied and pasted code (this should be pretty easy I
think) and to do add the hooks to write songs to the iPod in Rhythmbox


> -Adam
> Christophe Fergeau wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >With respect to iPod reading, the archive at rhythmbox-
> >devel gnome org--2004/rhythmbox--main--0.9 is the most up to date to my
> >knowledge. I'll probably work a bit on it soon to remove some of the HAL
> >code since most of it has been integrated in gnome-vfs 2.7 so it should
> >no longer be necessary to have so much HAL specific code in rhythmbox.
> >
> >Writing support isn't as advanced, since I don't know any rb arch repo
> >with code to achieve that ;) If you are interested in working on that,
> >you can find a lib (using code from gtkpod) to deal with the iPod
> >iTunesDB file at teuf gnome org--2004/libitunesdb--main--0.1 and some
> >(pretty simple) real world code using it in teuf gnome org--2004/pody--
> >main--0.1 (there's a command line tool using libitunesdb to copy all the
> >files from rhythmbox library to the iPod).
> >
> >Hope that helps,
> >
> >Christophe
> >
> >On sam, 2004-07-17 at 08:25 -0500, Adam Israel wrote:
> >  
> >
> >>Hey guys,
> >>
> >>I want to help out with ipod support in rb.  I know teuf has been 
> >>working on it, as well as Bastien and some others.  I'm still getting 
> >>familiar with arch, so I'm not sure who's branch I need to pull, or if I 
> >>should create my own branch and pull in patches or what.
> >>
> >>I just want to make sure that I'm working on whatever's "current" and 
> >>not stepping on any toes.
> >>
> >>Thanks,
> >>
> >>-Adam
> >>
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