TagLib does not use KIO
vlovich at gmail.com
Wed Jul 16 05:52:19 CEST 2008
Scott Wheeler wrote:
> Robert Grønning wrote:
>> I have just posted a bug against Amarok 2.x, requesting KIO-support, and I got
>> this comment back:
>> The bug: http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=165469
> KIO is KDE's I/O abstraction layer, mostly used for network protocols.
> TagLib doesn't, and won't in the future, use any of KDE's libraries.
Just would like to add that apparently there's a kio fuse fs, so the
problem is mitigated.
The upside to this method (although it looks non-trivial to set up), is
that you don't actually need application or library support.
Actually, Amarok could probably add transparent support later by
integrating more tightly with the fuse implementation (i.e. automounting
the kio targets as necessary). Actually a truly slick feature would be
that you could actually configure fuse plugins from Amarok and have it
access those file systems transparently (perhaps provide a mountpoint in
some private tmpfs).
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