Ape tags, includes and portability
mETz81 at web.de
Tue Jul 18 12:36:40 CEST 2006
On Tuesday July 18 2006 12:17, Scott Wheeler wrote:
> > In general I would like to know If my ideas
> > fit into your future visions in any way and what
> > other plans have been made for taglib's future.
> > It would be great if you could add me to the
> > developer list and give me subversion write access
> > but If you really dislike my ideas please say "no"
> > clearly.
> Just a quick note -- things being ignored right now doesn't mean,
> "not interested" but rather, "main TagLib developer just moved a few
> weeks ago and doesn't have DSL at home yet and as such isn't really
> reviewing patches". :-)
I also have a patch here adding cmake- and windows-support, partly based one
the great work from Lukáš Lalinský (thanks for that, would have taken me ages
to find out how to handle very long paths).
Maybe we can shorten the patch a bit with the defines Sebastian has proposed
Just to sum things up what I'd like to maintain:
- cmake files (working on both unix and windows of course)
- mingw compatiblity and builds
- msvc2005 compatiblity and builds
Of course I'd be happy if there'd be at least one more person (Sebastian?
Lukáš?) that knows about the windows specific code so Scott can do a release
while somebody just has nice holidays ;)
Btw, where to put windows builds? Upload them on the taglib homepage or link
to external sites like mine? I'd create a static site for the taglib-port in
I'd also appreciate if Lukáš could do most of his work directly inside taglib
instead of keeping it in another repository. I really don't think having
several mini-forks is a good idea.
Stefan aka mETz
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