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Re: [Gap-dev-discuss] Cynthiune - Current known problems to solve before

From: Philippe Roussel
Subject: Re: [Gap-dev-discuss] Cynthiune - Current known problems to solve before release
Date: Mon, 14 May 2012 20:00:33 +0200
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Le 14/05/2012 19:21, Sebastian Reitenbach a écrit :
> On Monday, May 14, 2012 12:25 CEST, Philippe Roussel <address@hidden> wrote: 
>> Hi,
>> Just some comments.
>> Le 14/05/2012 09:41, Riccardo Mottola a écrit :
>>> Hi,
>>> let's try to sum up.. and then I propose a separate mail thread for
>>> discussion, proposals fixes.
>>> 1) Resetting properties of backends (channels, rate and endianness).
>>> Philippe proposes to reopen the device, perhaps it can be reset. Affects
>>> 2) in the term that if endianness changes during playing there are
>>> troubles. Affected are ALSA for sure, AO perhaps...
> AO and Sndio seems to be fine for me.
>>> 2) Endianness. I hope this is mainly sorted out for most backends? I
>>> fear only me and Sebastian can check that
> I still need to figure out why the non-threaded output bundles don't work for
> me on macppc. Maybe its a bug in the very new rthread library on macppc, 
> since when 
> I Ctrl-C in gdb, then I see it hanging there. Otherwise, my i386 snapshot I'm 
> running is
> a couple of weeks older than on the macppc, and it might miss some subtle 
> changes
> so I need to upgrade that box to really be able to make qualified answers.
>>> 3) Shuffle/Repeat. Selecting the Menu-action and the toolbar action do
>>> not highlight the same way...
>>> 4) Long delays when passing to one song to the other, experienced at
>>> least for ALSA. It could be related to 1) since each time I get an
>>> exception...
> I've only seen this with MP3 files, but with any output bundle. I.e. double 
> click
> MP3 file to start playing it, it takes about 5 seconds before it actually 
> starts.
> Double click .wav, .mid, .flac, .asf, and playing starts nearly instantly.

Well, thanks a lot for that, I didn't notice it was file format
dependant. I guess I'll go look at the mp3 bundle now :o)


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