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[Gnump3d-users] Unable to use the

From: Kirk Coombs
Subject: [Gnump3d-users] Unable to use the
Date: Fri, 06 Aug 2004 12:56:30 -0600

I searched through the archives and saw that my issue has been discussed 
before...but I didn't see any resolution.  So, here it is:

I can't use the "Custom Playlist" function of GNUMP3d.  When I create a 
playlist and hit 'play', XMMS just open its 'open file' dialog with the last 
directory accessed.  I can use any of the "play all" links just fine.

I have done a little investigating, and here is what I HAVE found.  In both 
cases, XMMS is just receiving a .m3u file, which makes sense.  If I try to use 
the custom playlist function, and choose to save the file to disc with my web 
browser instead of sending it to XMMS, then a .m3u file is saved (well, the 
data is the same as .m3u.  The actual file name seems to differ depending on 
which browser I used), and then if I open that in XMMS it plays just fine.

For example, a "play all" links sends a file like this:

File name: recurse.m3u
#EXTINF: ,Shrek Score - Track 01 - Fairytale
#EXTINF: ,Shrek Score - Track 27 - Transformation and The End

A custom playlist file looks like this:

File name: unnamed
#EXTINF: ,The Star Wars Trilogy - Track 01 - Main Theme
#EXTINF: ,The Star Wars Trilogy - Track 13 - Throne Room and Finale
#EXTINF: ,The Mask of Zorro - Track 01 - The Plaza of Execution
#EXTINF: ,The Mask of Zorro - Track 13 - I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You

So, I am at a loss.    Why won't XMMS open the latter file?  I dunno.

I am using GNUMP3d 2.8 & XMMS 1.2.10 on SuSE 9.1


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