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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 11:15:43
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@flowi

gah lol :) , i was too slow :)

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
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Wow, awesome!

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
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@flowi: looks more like a demo version to me... http://codebench.co.uk/docs/se.html

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 11:24:27
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@Leo




still i fail to see the whole "but its not free" comment from Nutsaboutamiga, i mean,i bet its pennies compared to the hardware(i have contacted Rigo for a liscense price).

EDIT: whats up with the Quote button these days :o

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 11:39:34
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Id never heard of it and upon researching I dsicovered why. It's not available in Australia. Are there any worldwide alternatives?

Not really my thing anyway. Im one of what is apparently a dying breed of people who like to be able to physically hold anything I buy.

Nonetheless it seems people are happy about it, so good luck with it.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
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@Leo

Quote:
looks more like a demo version to me


Well, I think only the limiting factor here is editing only one project at a time. But if the goal is only to port the libspotify, then I don't see a problem here. If the plan is to build a full client, the it could be annoying to switch from project to project (or you need to have multiple ides open).

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 11:49:15
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Just install whatever version of CodeBench too so they can choose or whatever! I just forgot about it since I mostly use Annotate and sometimes CubicIDE.

The point is the machine needs to be preinstalled with everything necessary, not just the OS+SDK.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 11:53:39
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Bounty is open, feel free to make some donations!

http://www.amigabounty.net/?function=viewproject&projectid=96

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 12:22:05
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@Troels

Just donated 40

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 13:27:52
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@Skuggan

I think it is also pretty important to make it clear that they must use either ReAction or MUI, so that noone starts looking at intuition/OpenWindow or anything like that.

If it is supposed to ever be multi-platform they should use MUI, and in that case MUI and the SDI headers must be installed in the SDK as well. Also external classes like for example NList(view), some toolbar mcc I'm sure they'll want, perhaps TextEditor.mcc and stuff like that.

Can't have them wasting a week on stuff like this. The install of the machine has to be thought through

Also boottimes should be tweaked since they will reboot a lot. Remove unused stuff from kicklayout, use Run >NIL: AddNetInterface, set the serial speed in UBoot to the highest possible.

Perhaps install Samba so one dude can code on a windows machine and easily transfer files. FTP can be clumpsy. Otherwise RC-FTPd is a great server that can be used with FileZilla or just winblows exploder.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 14:02:59
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Donated to the cause...

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 14:15:51
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@Deniil715

I thought they were porting libspotify not writeing a full blown client, so why would they need a GUI at all?

Keep the GUI seperate and just rovide the protocols etc, then we can write our own clients as required.

Far more portable that way.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 15:32:19
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So ... libSpotify on amiga is possible after all ;)

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 15:44:59
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@broadblues

The hope is that they will code the actual player as well. See the original post, first line. :)

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 17:34:51
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@all
They will code the library and a small player. Then we can vuild a nice front end using the library or shared object.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 17:55:43
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@Troels

This bounty is finished by the end of the day, its now at 750 euro

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 18:10:47
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@eder
Yes! Some of you guys are really generous.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 18:14:50
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@troels and skuggan

i sent a small donation too now.


Bounty at 897 Euros now.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 20:34:52
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@Toaks

Now its 927.84 EUR

A few more donation and its done.

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Re: Spotify for the Amiga is a go
Posted on 2-Feb-2012 20:43:36
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Amiga community is fantastic! Sometimes! ;)

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