Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/4771This plugin is exactly what I need, but it looks like it's been abandoned. People were having some issues a year ago. Why not just integrate this into the database as default?
My gripe however, it is not quite as easy to actually replace playlists if it's really to be a r"eplacement."
This applies not only to the database but also to all other aspects of the firmware.
Quote from: bluebrother on July 06, 2007, 09:24:59 AMThis applies not only to the database but also to all other aspects of the firmware.i.e. if you prefer how the original firmware works - then go use it - no-one's making you use Rockbox
The Rockbox database isn't meant to copy the iTunes DB. It's the Rockbox database. It's existed on one form or another since before Rockbox ran on iPods.
1) How do you get double songs with drag and drop?2) What playlist creation functions does iTunes offer that Rockbox does not within its database functionality?
If you meant to say "It creates a database from the same music files that iTunes does" then your argument could as easily be turned around to say that iTunes creates one from the same files as our database does, in which case I still don't understand your point.
If you want to import itunes playlists, you should write a plugin that does it.
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