Re: Bug#219139: ITP: cdcat -- a graphical (QT based) catalog program
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On Tuesday 04 November 2003 22:10, Matthew Palmer wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 04, 2003 at 04:20:26PM +0100, Jorge Bernal (Koke) wrote:
> > The cdcat is a graphical (QT based) multiplatform (Linux/Windows)
> > catalog program which scan your directoryes/drives you want and
> > memoryze the filesystem /including the tags of mp3's/ and store it a
> > small file. The database is stored in a gzipped XML format, so you can
> > hack it, or use it if necessary :-)
> s/(QT based) //g
> We don't need to know the toolkit it uses. We have dependencies to show
Hmm, I'd rather keep the Qt (not QT) and drop the Linux/Windows (which I'd
rather see being MS Windows, btw). The reason is that it will probably run on
any Qt platform, at the very least I'd expect it to run on *BSD (possibly
including MacOS X) which are also going to be kernels in Debian.
Maybe note that it is currently($DATE) only tested on win32 and GNU/Linux.
However, not even the multiplatform capabilities are really a first class
property of the program but rather an interesting part of the implementation,
just my 2 cents..
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