Git is supposed to work when you upload your repository to an http server, but in reality, no-one except me seems to use it, and it’s nothing like as useful as having a proper repository that people can commit to etc.
So, here it is: http://repo.or.cz/w/gssmp.git.
There was a weird bug in my last.fm support for GSSMP, where it would crash when run from the GNOME panel, but be fine when run from a terminal.
After two bugs fixes from Charles Bailey, the problem seems to have gone away, so I’ve finally been able to make a release.
Now I have to resist the temptation to choose songs to make last.fm think I’m cool, instead of songs I actually want to listen to.
And I really need to fix the debian/Ubuntu package of lastfmsubmitd so that the client exe lastfmsubmit is included in the package. Without that, using last.fm with GSSMP is a major hassle.
Obviously I should have gone to bed, but I’ve got last.fm support working in GSSMP. It’s in the git repo, and I should get a release out as soon as I’ve written a little bit of documentation.
So I’ve released GSSMP 1.1, which is guaranteed to contain one fewer bugs, and is relatively unlikely to contain any new ones. Also, thanks to JoÃ£o Pinto, it should build without warnings on AMD64 too!
If anyone wants to make an AMD64 package, I’d be really happy to put that up on the download page. It should be a simple matter of unzipping the source, cd-ing into the gssmp directory, and running make pkg-all.
Go on, it’ll be fun…
Get it here: http://gssmp.sourceforge.net.
This is the first time I’ve declared one of my projects stable, and given it a 1.0 version number.
Prove me wrong by downloading it and breaking it.
Now I must dash – I’ve just got to finish off my other projects.