On Thu, 2002-07-25 at 03:41, Anders Nordby wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> On Thu, Jul 25, 2002 at 01:40:17AM -0400, Ed Sweetman wrote:
> > I'd just like to clear up something first.   Is this the cvs version of
> > zinf or what?
> 
> The patches are relative to the Zinf 2.2.0 for Linux tar.gz source
> distribution. The packages are also made with this source.
> 
> >   If it's the cvs version ...heh. well you know.  It's
> > likely to change drastically still from the final release that I see
> > rapidly approaching.   We're getting the win32 build cleaned up rather
> > quickly now and soon we'll have the cdpmo tackled for unix (as soon as i
> > get time to really write the thing) and as for cdplayback in other
> > OS's.. heh. that's gonna be an adventure.   I just mention this because
> > if you're going to make solaris packages of zinf you should know that
> > there are serious aspects of zinf that are compilable but not functional
> > yet.  
> 
> CD playback isn't all that interesting to me, I hope it will be easy to
> disable. Anyway, please try to write portable code. :) I hope you are
> not intending to turn Zinf over to be a Win32 project mostly?

God no.   haha.  But the win32 build is pretty significant since it also
requires the most specific code to the OS.   The point of the CD
playback rewrite is for portability and simply fitting in with the rest
of Zinf.  the zinf cvs has numerous changes over 2.2.0 and most of them
deal with making the code re-usable and less bloated and bugfixes.   
cdplayback is one of the serious non-portable aspects of zinf
...hopefully the new plugin will change that.   

 
> > Awesome to get some feedback on other OS's though.  :) I'll take a look
> > at these patches and merge them in if all checks out.  
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> -- 
> Anders.
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