that's what i was assuming ..sounds logical
i guess i could download the source and work on the port myself though right ?
Download the virtualbox link and take it from there ?
Only Portable i have right now is the Fuze+
I also mentioned before at the Sansa forums i coded a proof of concept
command line app that transfered albums w/Art to the player (using MTP)
It worked and all but making the full program i wanted became way too much work
so i dropped the idea but i learned a bit about the Fuze+ by using the MTP api
to poll the device for various data such as capabilities and format support etc.
I have a good 10 years experience reverse and patching in ASM and coding in c/c++
Since i started using Rockbox I've been thinking i may have a go at seeing if I can
help improve the port (bugs are reported at flyspray i think)
So far i'm just trying to absorb all this Rockbox stuff lol ..its a lot to take in
and thats a GOOD thing
I have used various Linux distribs over teh last decade and i have seen a lot
of talk about Rockbox many times in linux circles so i know this ain't no new project
Any tips or suggestions if i wanted to compile my own Fuze+ code ? (virtualbox + windows download)
So far i have noticed one bug i think i can fix.. the program Tag&Rename and probably others
add album cover art using the format image/jpg(which fails) and many others i tried use image/jpeg(which works)
all using the same title for the cover so thats not a problem.. anyway i did some hex comparing
and used OllyDBG with Tag&Rename (windows app) to figure this all out and i bet it would be trivial to add support for both tag / image declarations (since they are both valid? it should be fixed probably)