Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] In the mood: predictive playback for Rhythmbox

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Charlotte Curtis ha scritto:
> Hi all,
> Thanks to a variety of helpful people, my GSoC plugin has reached some
> semblance of functionality.  If anyone is interested in testing it
> out, the package can be downloaded from

This is a fantastic news: I was waiting for it!

>  It also requires the installation of the most recent Marsyas version,
> which can be acquired from
>  In order to have ogg and mp3 support, Marsyas must be configured with
> --with-mad and --with-vorbis.

I've just started to compile, but I receive the following error:

> In member function ‘virtual bool RtApiAlsa::probeDeviceOpen(int, RtApi::StreamMode, int, int, RtAudio3Format, int*, int)’:
> ../../otherlibs/RtAudio/RtAudio3.cpp:3997: error: ‘INT_MAX’ was not declared in this scope
> make[2]: *** [RtAudio3.o] Error 1

I'm running Debian SID, so I've tried to look for something like RtAudio
(aptitude search rt |grep audio) and I've installed libarts1-audiofile
libportaudio-dev, but it still doesn't work. How can I figure out the

> On first run, In the Mood will prompt you (with an oh-so-naughty
> popup) that the feature analysis database is incomplete.  This is an
> unfortunately time-consuming process, taking anywhere from 0.5 to 3
> seconds per song, depending on the speed of your computer.

I think that with my 140 Gb music library it will take the all night! :D

> After this one-time analysis step, you simply drag a song onto the 'In The Mood'
> playlist source, and it will add another song that it believes is the
> best match.  Once the second starts playing, a third is appended and
> so on.

I'm curious to see how it works!

> There aren't many options in the configuration panel, but basically,
> you can start the analysis from there (if you don't want to do it the
> first time it prompts you), and you can choose whether or not new
> songs added to the library get analyzed right away.  Also, you can
> choose 'evolution' mode (songs appended to the playlist are chosen
> based on the LAST song) or 'in the mood' mode (songs are chosen based
> on the FIRST song).


> I'd love to hear any feedback you might have, thanks!

Just the time to make it work and I'll send you a feedback!

enjoy, ;)

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