Howdy guys. Sorry for the crosspost. Patch to speed up taglib.

Manuel Amador (Rudd-O) rudd-o at
Fri Oct 12 06:45:57 CEST 2007

Oh, perjjjjaps you can boot up with mem=256M for the test's sake.  My cousin 
owns a machine with 256 M RAM and let me tell you... Amarok's a heavyweight 
there :-) (well, basically any player with a collection manager).

El Jue 11 Oct 2007, Scott Wheeler escribió:
> Jeff Mitchell wrote:
> > [...] And no distro that I know of is going to make a taglib
> > snapshot with such a patch that would be used for Amarok 1.4.x.  Despite
> > our strong advice, half of them seem to still be using the official 1.4
> > tarball.
> Small note here -- I don't know what the Amarok 2.x release schedule is
> like, but TagLib 1.5 (or 1.4.1 -- once I look at the diff I'll decide
> the appropriate version number) will finally, seriously, be pushed out
> the door in the next week or two.  I finally decided to just go
> bugger-all on it and release more or less what's in SVN, since while I
> often manage to review a handful of patches at a time and commit some as
> appropriate, finding the time to really go through all of the
> outstanding patches just isn't happening right now.
> I'll try to test this patch before I do the tarball, but honestly,
> unless the improvements are dramatic I'll probably leave it out.  I just
> finally got my Linux box working again (OpenSUSE 10.2 put it completely
> out of use for the last two months -- something in the USB keyboard
> driver there caused the keyboard to stop working every couple of minutes.)
> The one final thing that I was waiting on, and just got the last
> confirmation for yesterday was the switch to a dual LGPL / MPL for the
> next release.  If I have time this weekend I'll push out the release.
> As for how it affects Amarok, since TagLib is API / ABI stable, it's
> just a question if the next round of distros will ship Amarok 1.x or
> 2.x.  The next TagLib version wouldn't even require Amarok to be
> relinked.  (As has been true since 1.0.)
> -Scott
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