Clarifying magnatune support in amarok

Jeff Mitchell kde-dev at
Mon Nov 13 07:51:55 UTC 2006

On Saturday 11 November 2006 20:12, Seb Ruiz wrote:
> On 11/11/06, Jeff Mitchell <kde-dev at> wrote:
> > AFAIK, debug() does not store to a log on the filesystem.  If you look in
> > ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok, you'll see that the only logs are the
> > collection scanner's log, and the logs of the status bar (i.e. "track x
> > submitted to").
> >
> > debug() outputs to the console, so you could technically be logging that
> > if you really wanted, but you could also redirect it to /dev/null, or
> > just ignore it.  We ourselves don't store that info on a file in your
> > hard drive.
> Infact, if debug is enabled, these statements will also be forwarded
> to ~/.xsession-errors file.
> Seb

I thought ~/.xsession-errors contained things written to stderr, and we were 
printing to I wrong on one or both of these counts?


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