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#171
oscp (0.9.7-35) stable; urgency=low

* fixed StreamTitle parsing for internet streams

also trying to guess artist and title from it
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#172
oscp (0.9.7-36) stable; urgency=low

* more StreamTitle and scrobbler fixes
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#173
oscp (0.9.7-37) stable; urgency=low

* scrobble: more control, love track, buttons: toggle and love
* ncurses: press 'h' for keys, new keys in config (might require removing ~/.oscp.conf or setting them manually)

more buttons!
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#174
oscp (0.9.7-38) stable; urgency=low

* scrobble: compiled with openssl by mistake, recompiled with gnutls now

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so, anyone is missing any feature? or it's good enough to replace your favourite player on n8x0/n900/pc ?
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#175
Originally Posted by KotCzarny View Post
so, anyone is missing any feature? or it's good enough to replace your favourite player on n8x0/n900/pc ?
I'm still using OMP only when i need hands free. That's because i prefer ncurses interface and BT headphone buttons doesn't work on it. Other than that, it's just perfect. Thanks.
 
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#176
oscp (0.9.7-39) stable; urgency=low

* .m3u: (re)added support for #EXTINF tags (you can name your radio stations
and files in playlists)

@saponga: i'm still thinking how to logically add dbus to core
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#177
take your time man... you already did so much. Btw, im facing a litle problem: i've had the stupid idea of deleting the .oscp.conf because ive messed it but now i only have segfaults even after uninstalling, purging and reinstalling oscp. It seems that the file isnt created at all. Can u post a copy of it here please ?
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#178
i have to say theres something i love about this player. its so simple and effective. what i love about it is that it hardly uses any resources so i can do other things on my n900 without worrying about the phone slowing down!!!

secondly i can just play the audio of my music videos without the actual video showing!!!

thanks so much. one request is it possible to add cross-fading??
 

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#179
@saponga: it should be recreated automatically. it's definitely some kind of bug, but i can't reproduce it here. anyone else? in any case, attached default conf created on n900

@tcbl50: added to TODO, will have to think about it
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#180
oscp (0.9.7-40) stable; urgency=low

* added dbus support to core via helper (right now only for headphones jack)
* to enable headphone mode (right now only n900), configure in ~/.oscp.conf:
dev_type=n900, hponly=1

preliminary dbus support. what it does now: when enabled it pauses when headphones unplug and unpauses when reconnected. if anyone thinks it should behave different let me know. i plan to let core react to bt buttons too, do you think it should?
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