Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
That being said, it would be nice if some of the staff
If Rockbox isn't intended as a replacement for the default Apple firmware, then what is it intended as? Rockbox is a competitor of iPod Linux and Apple's firmware, regardless of what anyone says about who the target audience is.
That being said, it would be nice if some of the staffÂ would try to be a little more open to suggestions, and a little less defensive.
This is exactly the kind of thing that makes people not want to support a developer. It's not very nice, and it doesn't do anything to answer the question or address the suggestion of the end-user (the person who ultimately makes the software's continued development/success possible).
Well said bro. I would love that feature, but I am not going to complain because it's not there. If I cannot build it, i will just wait for it to be there. in the meantime I dual boot the 2 firmwares
I do not have an IPod but desperately needed such a feature for my Sansa.I have my doubts this will ever get included in SVN though.I will also need to know the location of the playlist files in the IPod file structure,and where you would like the converted .m3u8 file.
I don't see any reason we couldn't commit that once you're done working on it. It would probably be helpful to many users.
Indeed not - we never said we wouldn't put the feature in if someone wrote it. I think we said the exact opposite - we said go write it someone!
If additional IPod support will get my app into SVN I will do my best to add the support.
Well, I (and I guess most devs) would prefer separate plugins.
Quote Well, I (and I guess most devs) would prefer separate plugins. Do I understand then that you would prefer a seperate Ipod playlist converter and not just added support for Ipods in my Sansa playlist converter?
We'd probably just want to enable your plugin for the Sansa, and enable a second plugin on the Ipod. Â If, however, the two plugins would only be trivially different, then maybe its not worth separating them.I think that as long as you can justify the way you do things, and its not plainly counterproductive, no one is going to make a big deal about it.
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