mherger wrote: 
> > mherger wrote:
> >> Spotty v1.3.0 is on its way to you!
> > 
> > I assume this version hasn't been published on github yet? Without
> Hehe... yes, it's confusing. I usually refer to Spotty (uppercase) as 
> the plugin. That code indeed is not on github (but in the plugin folder
> anyway).
> When talking about the Rust part of it, I try to consistently call it 
> the "spotty helper (application)" (spotty lowercase, like its filename).
> This spotty helper is what you'd find on github. And it follows a 
> different versioning than the plugin.
> > looking at it, I cloned the repo and build it for FreeBSD, but I
> still
> > get version 0.6.2, the same as before.
> The version distributed with the plugin still is 0.6.1. The only 
> difference between the two is the client string used to connect to 
> Spotify. They asked the librespot team to use a distinct string for 
> every single build (like a build ID). I guess they want to be able to 
> lock out a specific build in case it would cause problems. I merged that
> change in 0.6.2, but didn't go through the hassle of building new 
> binaries yet.
> > BTW: How do these version numbers compare to 1.2.1 / 1.3.0?
> They're totally independent. Except that the plugin's version number 
> will increase whenever the helper's version number increases, even if 
> the plugin code itself doesn't change.
> -- 
> Michael

Right. Thanks for the explanation. Could have figured that out before
posting, but yeah..


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