Joe Rabinoff rabinoff at post.harvard.edu
Mon Sep 4 13:42:24 UTC 2006

On Monday 04 September 2006 06:32, Mark Kretschmann wrote:
> Been discussing this with Seb on IRC: At this point we might as well just
> use trunk for the release. Cuz, by now we've piled up so many patches for
> 1.4.3, it is almost like trunk anyway. And trunk has the added advantage
> that it's actually somewhat tested by us (we use it), as opposed to a 1.4.2
> with 20 patches applied.

There are still a few things on the moodbar todo-list, notably:
 * Making AFT-enabled
 * Organize collection moves / deletes .mood files too
 * Moodbar in flat-view mode (perhaps)
 * Don't trigger incremental scans when storing moods with music

In addition, the newer moodbar features (moodbar in tooltip, moodbar in OSD, 
etc) haven't been terribly well-tested (though they seem to work well).  So I 
don't recommend releasing moodbar yet.  Mark suggests disabling the config 
option (hiding the moodbar config options in Options1.ui.h), which is fine 
with me.  But then there's still the issue of un-translated strings.  What do 
you all think?  I'll be happy to do what's most convenient, although I'm out 
of town lately so I only have limited online time per day.


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