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ampc back on elpa?

From: Cédric Chépied
Subject: ampc back on elpa?
Date: Sat, 14 May 2016 16:31:03 +0000
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I don't know if this is the good mailing list for what I have to say but I
wasn't able to find an elpa mailing list, only emacs-elpa-diffs.

I use ampc for a while, it was available in package list long ago. Then it
disappeared and I was not able to find sources. Hopefully I got a local version.

I recently updated my packages and saw ampc again. I installed it and saw this
in el file:

;; Comment: On Jan 2016, I couldn't get hold of Christopher Schmidt
;;   nor could I find ampc anywhere, so I re-instated GNU ELPA's old version
;;   and marked it as "maintainerless".

My local version seems more recent than elpa's one. I have a better status
window with progress bar.

I also added a search function because I couldn't find a better way to search a
song than marking all albums and perform a 'C-s' search in songs window.

I have tried to adapt my code so it can be byte-compiled with emacs -Q thanks to
this commit (bac85c0136ab02f79f8060ade4b63250a4ca0e15):

There is still a warning which could be fixed by this commit

But I don't know what ampc-highlight-current-song-mode is so I didn't try to
apply the patch.

My code is available here:

I don't know how elpa is managed and what must do a maintainer, I don't know
ampc code either and there is no comment at all. In addition I'm not a lisp
expert. If you want to use/modify/delete my code do it. If you want me to become
the maintainer, tell me what I am supposed to do.

Cédric Chépied

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