On Sun, 2005-08-21 at 00:11 +0100, Bastien Nocera wrote: > On Sat, 2005-08-20 at 19:26 +0100, Peter Robinson wrote: > > Hi All, > > > > Just wondering what the status of iPod support is in rhythmbox and to > > report my experience to see if that's where it is or if i'm getting > > something different to what others see. > > See: > http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=310017 > > Ronald updated the iPod support (it's broken since we changed the way > playback is done), although dbus-0.35 is probably a tiny bit too new for > most users... Isn't it required for GNOME 2.12? I think we should be using that as our base platform. Supporting older versions is nice, but I'm not sure we have the resources to both develop new features using the latest libraries and maintain backwards compatibility. Given that, I'd rather we have kickass new stuff for GNOME 2.12 and Rhythmbox 0.10 and people on older releases just use 0.8. If I'm wrong and someone can step up to do the work for the requisite #ifdefs or whatever to run on older releases, that's great (as long as it's not *too* much violence to the codebase). But we shouldn't hold back patches for 0.9/0.10 until then. The other angle is that we get 0.10 released with all the new features, then maybe people will appear to make it work on older releases. I think there is some past disagreement here (although I couldn't find it searching my mailbox). Just my 2Â.
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