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Re: Gnustep Application: GSBurn

From: Philippe Roussel
Subject: Re: Gnustep Application: GSBurn
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2012 11:29:55 +0200
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Le 24/04/2012 10:51, Sebastian Reitenbach a écrit :
>> I had the idea of giving up on CDPlayer and instead integrate this
>> functionality into Cynthiune. Here the playing part already exists, i.e.
>> it seems to be "only" necessary to extract the PCM data from the CD and
>> pass it to the next stage. Unfortunately, Cynthiune seems rather
>> unmaintained (some of the backends can't be compiled anymore as
>> necessary libraries have changes their APIs). Thus, I don't know whether
>> it was a good idea. As you can imagine I am not too keen on taking over
>> maintenance of that app considering that I already neglect CDPlayer :-)
> We just imported Cynthiune into GAPs CVS some weeks ago. I already
> fixed some interfaces, to make it work again for me on OpenBSD, with the
> available packages. The WindowsMedia Bundle, and LibMusicBrainz interface
> are the only two that are not working for me. Further I added a OpenBSD 
> specific Sndio output backend bundle, to use the OpenBSD native sound
> daemon. So check that out, and if you have problems/suggestions/patches
> for it, let me know about it. I'm happy about any contributions.

I concur, Cynthiune is a really nice application that should be polished
and extended. CD playing would be a nice addition.

If you need help testing patches etc, I'm in.


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