Re: loserjabber and xmms or not?
On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 04:32:40PM -0500, ^chewie wrote:
> Actually, have you confirmed that the function calls loserjabber is
> hitting the libxmms or the mpg123 library?
It interacts with xmms in that way. mpg123? no relation with it.
> What about the ID3 tags
> library that xmms may be using to get this information? Where exactly
> is the entrance point to the title parser? Likewise, how have the
> libraries evolved? Is libxmms duplicating the work found in
> libmpg123? Could loserjabber ultimately steal code from the xmms or
> mpg123 libs and make it independent from both?
I don't know these topics, simpy loserjabber, when it's creating its
entries for the diary, can grab songs names to insert in those
> Certainly design questions that you could address the upstream
> developer with, if not research them yourself.
In fact, I've done it, and I hope to find a better solution in upstream
source too. :)
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