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Bug#46084: marked as done (xmcd: saves options to ~/.xmcdcfg/cdrom improperly)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #46084,
regarding xmcd: saves options to ~/.xmcdcfg/cdrom improperly
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Package: xmcd
Version: 2.5-3

xmcd works with ~/.xmcdcfg/cdrom improperly. For example, when I select (in
options dialog box) the following options:

On load spindown
On Exit none
Channel routing normal
Volume ctrl linear

and press "save" I have the following ~/.xmcdcfg/cdrom file:


# xmcd 2.5 Device-Specific Configuration File
# Copyright (C) 1993-1999  Ti Kan
# See the /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/xmcd/config/device.cfg
# file for details about the parameters.
volumeControlTaper:	0
channelRoute:		0
spinDownOnLoad:		True
playOnLoad:		False
ejectOnDone:		False
ejectOnExit:		True
stopOnExit:		False
exitOnEject:		False
caddyLock:		False
repeatMode:		False
shuffleMode:		False
multiPlay:		False
reversePlay:		False


AND xmcd really eject CD on exit. xmcd properly read ~/.xmcdcfg/cdrom when I 
start it again. I have 

On exit: auto eject

-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.1
Kernel Version: Linux galileo 2.0.36 #1 Sun Aug 22 15:43:20 MSD 1999 i586 unknown

Versions of the packages xmcd depends on:
ii  lesstifg        0.89.0-0.1     OSF/Motif implementation released under LGPL
hi  libc6           2.1.2-4        GNU C Library: Shared libraries and timezone
hi  libncurses4     4.2-3.2        Shared libraries for terminal handling
hi  xlib6g          3.3.5-1        shared libraries required by X clients
hi  cddb            2.3-5          CD DataBase support tools

--- Begin /etc/xmcd/common.cfg (modified conffile)
! @(#)common.cfg	6.73 99/04/16
! Common configuration file
!   xmcd  - Motif(tm) CD Audio Player
!   cda   - Command-line CD Audio Player
!   libdi - CD Audio Player Device Interface Library
!   Copyright (C) 1993-1999  Ti Kan
!   E-mail: ti@amb.org
!   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
!   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
!   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
!   (at your option) any later version.
!   This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
!   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
!   GNU General Public License for more details.
!   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
!   along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
!   Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
! Install this file as XMCDLIB/config/common.cfg.  XMCDLIB is the
! XMcd.libdir X resource (or XMCD_LIBDIR env variable).
! Users can also override these parameters by specifying them
! in an optional $HOME/.xmcdcfg/common.cfg file.
!* CD-player behavior control resources
!* You may want to modify these parameters to suit your set-up.
!* Unless otherwise marked, these parameters are used by both the cda
!* and xmcd utilities.
!* In parameters below that specifies audio blocks, each audio block is
!* 1/75 second of playback time.
!* Note that all msec time parameters used below are subject to the
!* resolution of your system software timer as provided in the
!* XtAppAddTimeOut() library call.
! Default device to open for the CD-ROM player interface
! Examples:
! /dev/scsi/3			(Apple A/UX, SCSI ID 3)
! /dev/scsi/scsi(ncsc@7(FFFB0000,7),2,0)	(DG/UX, SCSI ID 2, LUN 0)
! /dev/rrz4c			(Digital Ultrix and OSF/1)
! /dev/rcd0c			(FreeBSD)
! /dev/rdsk/c201d4s0		(HP-UX 9.x, SCSI ID 4)
! /dev/rdsk/c0t4d0		(HP-UX 10.x, HP-UX 11.x, SCSI ID 4)
! /dev/rcd0			(IBM AIX)
! /dev/scd0			(Linux)
! /dev/rcd0d			(NetBSD/x86)
! /dev/rcd0c			(NetBSD, OpenBSD)
! /dev/racd0a			(OpenBSD ATAPI drives)
! /dev/cd0			(QNX)
! /dev/rcd0			(SCO UNIX, Open Desktop, Open Server)
! /dev/scsi/sc0d3l0		(SGI IRIX, controller 0, SCSI ID 3, LUN 0)
! /dev/ios0/rsdisk005s0		(Siemens Pyramid SINIX)
! /dev/rsd06c			(Sony NEWS-OS)
! /dev/rcdrom/c0a2d5l0		(Stratus FTX, vsb 2, SCSI ID 5, LUN 0)
! /dev/rsr0			(SunOS 4.x)
! /dev/rdsk/c0t6d0s0		(SunOS 5.x w/o Solaris Volume Manager)
! /vol/dev/aliases/cdrom0	(SunOS 5.x w/ Solaris Volume Manager)
! /dev/rcdrom/cd0		(UNIX SVR4.0/x86)
! /dev/rcdrom/cdrom1		(UNIX SVR4.2/x86, SVR4.2MP/x86, UnixWare)
! /dev/rdsk/m187_c0d3s7		(UNIX SVR4.0/88k, m187 controller 0, SCSI ID 3)
! DKA500:			(Digital OpenVMS)
device:			/dev/cdrom
! CD database search path.  Items are separated by a semi-colon ';'
! character.  Each item can be:
!	- An absolute directory path.  Tilde expansion '~' is supported.
!	  Examples:
!		/usr/local/lib/cddb/classical
!		~john/cddb/jazz
!		~/mycddb/rock
!	- A relative directory path (which is taken to be relative
!	  to the top-level local CD database directory)
!	  Examples:
!		blues
!		reggae
!		soundtrack
!	- A remote CD database server in URL format.  Two protocols
!	  are supported: cddbp or http.  Not all CD database server
!	  sites support both protocols.  Http URLs must contain the
!	  path to the CD database server CGI executable.
!	  Examples:
!		cddbp://cddbsrv.xyz.com
!		cddbp://cddbsrv.xyz.com:888
!		cddbp://
!		http://cddbsrv.xyz.com/~cddb/cddb.cgi
! (The XMCD_CDDBPATH environment variable overrides this)
cddbPath:	rock;jazz;blues;newage;classical;reggae;folk;country;soundtrack;misc;data;cddbp://us.cddb.com;cddbp://in.us.cddb.com:8880;cddbp://ca.us.cddb.com:8880
! Local CD database cache file permissions
cddbFileMode:		0666
! Remote CD database default port number when connecting in CDDBP mode
! The default port number for the HTTP mode is 80.
cddbDefaultPort:	888
! Remote CD database timeout interval (seconds).  An attempt to connect
! to a remote CDDB server will be aborted if the server does not respond
! in this time interval.  You may need to increase this limit if the
! CDDB server is on a slow network link to your host (such as an on-demand
! dial-up PPP or SLIP connection).
cddbTimeOut:		60
! When cddbRemoteDisable is set to True, remote CDDB database queries will
! be inhibited, even if remote servers are specified in the cddbPath.
! In xmcd, this will be the startup state, and the "Disable remote" button
! will toggle the behavior at run-time.  This is useful for systems that
! are not connected to the Internet, or only connected on a part-time basis.
cddbRemoteDisable:	False
! CD database remote entry auto-save feature.  If this is set to a non-zero
! value, xmcd and cda will automatically save remotely-queried CD database
! entries into the local CD database cache.  The value is the number of days
! after which the saved entry would expire.  After expiration, xmcd/cda
! will ignore the local entry and query the remote server again.  The new
! information from the server would then be auto-saved.
! The expiration function will work correctly only if cddbRemoteDisable
! is False, the xmcd CDDB Remote Disable button is not pressed, and remote
! servers are configured in the cddbPath parameter *after* the local
! database directories.
cddbRemoteAutoSave:	7
! Whether to use a proxy server when connecting to a CD database server
! site via HTTP protocol.
cddbUseHttpProxy:	False
! The HTTP proxy server's host name and port number.  This is used
! only when cddbUseHttpProxy is set to True.
!	Syntax: proxyhost[:port]
! The host name can also be an IP number.  The port number is optional.
!	Examples:
!		proxy.xyz.com
!		proxy.xyz.com:80
proxyServer:		yourproxyhost:80
! Play status poll interval during audio playback. (msec)
! This should be less than 500 to get satisfactory display update
! response.
! (xmcd only)
statusPollInterval:	260
! If no disc, poll interval for disc insertion (msec).  This is
! used only if "insertPollDisable" is False.  The minimum is 500.
! (xmcd only)
insertPollInterval:	4000
! If set to True, this causes xmcd not to poll for disc insertion
! when xmcd is first started (and a CD is not loaded), or after a
! CD is ejected.  A CD is detected only when the "Play/Pause" or
! "Stop" button is clicked.
! (xmcd only)
insertPollDisable:	False
! When previous track/index button pressed, if this number of audio blocks
! has been played in the current track/index, then playback will start from
! the beginning of the current track/index instead of the previous one.
! (xmcd only)
previousThreshold:	100
! During Sample playback operations, the number of audio blocks to play
! in each track.
! (xmcd only)
sampleBlocks:		750
! Whether Sun Solaris Volume Manager (vold) is running.  This is used
! only on the Solaris platform with the Volume Manager.
solaris2VolumeManager:	False
! Whether error messages are output to stderr when xmcd encounters
! errors when delivering commands to the CD-ROM drive.  You should
! only set this to False if you have a non SCSI-2 compliant CD-ROM
! drive that causes xmcd to display lots of error messages.
showScsiErrMsg:		True
! Whether the current device, disc ID, category and other information
! should be recorded in the /tmp/.cdaudio/cur.XXX file
curfileEnable:		True
! The default main window time display mode.  The supported modes are:
! 0	Track elapsed time (elapse)
! 1	Disc elapsed time (e-disc)
! 2	Track remaining time (r-trac)
! 3	Disc remaining time (r-disc)
! (xmcd only)
timeDisplayMode:	0
! Whether to enable tool-tips.  When enabled, if the mouse cursor is
! positioned over a main window control, a small window is popped up
! after a delay, describing the function of the control.
! (xmcd only)
tooltipEnable:		True
! If tooltipEnable is set to True, this is the time delay (msec) after
! the mouse is positioned over a control before the tool-tip is popped up.
! (xmcd only)
tooltipDelayInterval:	1000
! After a tool-tip is popped up, the minimum amount of time (msec) that
! the tooltip will be displayed before automatically popping down.  The
! actual amount of time will be scaled up based on the length of text
! in the tool-tip.  Setting this to zero will make the tooltip stay active
! until the mouse cursor is moved away from the control.
! (xmcd only)
tooltipActiveInterval:	3000
! Whether xmcd/cda should disable maintaining a per-user history file of
! CDs that were played as $HOME/.xmcdcfg/history.  If set to True, then
! no history file will be written.
historyFileDisable:	False
! The maximum number of disc entries to maintain in the per-user history.
! If the history grows to beyond this number, old history is automatcally
! cleaned to maintain this count.  This is to limit the history file
! size and memory consumption.  If this is set to 0, then no history will
! be kept.
maximumHistory:		100
! The per-user history file's permissions
historyFileMode:	0600
! Whether verbose debug diagnostics should be generated on stderr.
debugMode:		False
! wwwWarp parameters
! browserRemote   The command line to remote-control a running web browser
!                 and make it open the destination URL.  This should not
!                 be run in the background (no '&' at the end).
!                 Examples:
!                 (Netscape) netscape -remote 'openURL(%U)' >/dev/null 2>&1
!                 (Mosaic)   /usr/lib/X11/xmcd/config/rmtmosaic.sh '%U'
! browserDirect   The command line to start a new web browser and make it
!                 open the destination URL.  This command should end with a
!                 '&' character to make it run in the background.
!                 Examples:
!                 (Netscape) netscape '%U' >/dev/null 2>&1 &
!                 (Mosaic)   Mosaic '%U' >/dev/null 2>&1 &
! The %U magic token will be substituted by xmcd with the destination URL
! on both of the above parameters.  If relative pathnames are specified
! to the browser, then it should be in your PATH environment variable.
! webSite1URL     The URL to the official xmcd web site.                 
! webSite2URL     The URL to the official CDDB web site.                 
! webSite3URL     The URL to the CDDB search engine site.                 
! discographyURL  The URL to the Local Discography directory.
! excludeWords    Words to exclude from the artist and titles when xmcd
!                 composes keywords for web searching.  This is done when
!                 reduction is specified (see %a, %d, %t or %b below).
! The following are magic tokens which xmcd will make a text substitution
! for in a URL string.
!    %X    The program name (i.e., "xmcd")
!    %V    The program version
!    %N    The user's login name
!    %H    The system's host name
!    %L    The xmcd library directory path.
!    %C    The music category of the current CD (e.g., jazz, classical, ...)
!    %I    The disc ID of the current CD.
!    %A    The artist of the current CD.
!    %D    The disc title of the current CD.
!    %T    The track title, determined using the following order of
!          precedence:
!		1. The selected track in the xmcd track list
!		2. The currently playing track
!          If no track is selected, and the CD is not currently playing,
!	   or if a track title is not defined for the appropriate track,
!          then the disc title will be used for %T instead.
!    %B    The artist and disc title information (similar to %A+%D)
!    %a    "Reduced" version of %A
!    %d    "Reduced" version of %D
!    %t    "Reduced" version of %T
!    %b    "Reduced" version of %B
!    "Reduced" means all punctuations deleted, and any words in the
!    excludeWords list are also excluded.
browserRemote:	/usr/bin/X11/netscape -remote 'openURL(%U)' >/dev/null 2>&1
browserDirect:	/usr/bin/X11/netscape '%U' >/dev/null 2>&1 &
webSite1URL:	http://metalab.unc.edu/tkan/xmcd/
webSite2URL:	http://www.cddb.com/
webSite3URL:	http://www.yahoo.com/Entertainment/Music/Reviews/
discographyURL:	file://localhost%L/discog/%C/%I/index.html
excludeWords:	the and or an a re ve s d t
! Search Engine name to action mapping
!    The following section defines a list of web sites/documents that will
!    appear in xmcd's wwwWarp "Search engines" option menu.
!    Notes:
!    1. These definitions may need to be changed if the particular site's
!       CGI interface changes.
!    2. This list is provided for the convenience of xmcd users.  Xmcd and
!       its author have no affiliation with, offer no endorsement, and
!       provide no guarantee for the contents and services of these sites.
!    The format each line is:
!    Name: action [fallback]
!    Name is the name of the search engine site.  The action is the URL
!    plus the CGI arguments to invoke a search.  The fallback (optional)
!    is the URL that will be used in case the action URL leads to a
!    non-existent document.  Note: the fallback is used only if the action
!    is a local document (i.e., in the form of file://localhost/path/xyz
!    or file:/path/xyz).
!    If the same Name appears in multiple lines, the last one will be used.
!    A Name of just a single hyphen '-' will cause xmcd to insert a separator 
!    line in the menu.
!    The same magic tokens for URLs described in the above section are also
!    supported in the action field here.
CDDB: http://www.cddb.com/xm/search?q=%b
All Media Guide: http://www.allmusic.com/cg/x.dll?P=AMG&opt1=1&sql=%a
Intl Lyrics Server: http://www.lyrics.ch/query/normal?song=%T
RollingStone Ntwk: http://www.rollingstone.com/sections/artists/text/searchresults.asp?SearchFor=%A&SearchType=ArtistCheck&afl=%X
Tunes: http://www.tunes.com/tunes-cgi2/tunes/query_action/4?nskip=0&query_type=all&substring=%A
Ultimate Band List: http://www.ubl.com/cgi/search.cgi?SEARCH=%a&section=UBL
AltaVista: http://www.altavista.digital.com/cgi-bin/query?q=%b
Excite: http://search.excite.com/search.gw?search=%b
Infoseek: http://www.infoseek.com/Titles?qt=%b
Hotbot: http://www.search.hotbot.com/hResult.html?MT=%b
Look Smart: http://www.looksmart.com/r?key=%b&search=1
Lycos: http://www.lycos.com/cgi-bin/pursuit?query=%b
Yahoo: http://search.yahoo.com/bin/search?p=%b
Web Crawler: http://webcrawler.com/cgi-bin/WebQuery?searchText=%b

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