DB is custom it is simple enough for an app to read once it knows Tuniacs DB format. Of course no app except Tuniac actually bothers.
So lets take option 2: you want a plugin to dump text things out of the DB. Eg Artists
It is a long weekend, maybe by the end of it such a plugin will exist :/
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tonymillion wrote:As the original author of Tuniac I already have a software requirement document - I have pasted it below:
BE AN AWESOME MUSIC PLAYER
Tony needs more love, the love he once had for this player is what got us here!
Adele should have named her discs! I have albums with "Left" and "Right" or "Dawn to Dusk" and "Twilight to Starlight" Other ways you can tackle this is via URL eg I use: c:\Music\<Artist>\<Year> - <Album>\<Tracknum> - <Title> And album have something like "<Album> (CD1)" and "<Album> (CD2)", then s...
Does that mean you know about all my weird Sonique fan fiction I write? I of course should have added the asterisk after I said that it is not a virus, it does search the users default browser cache/cookies for the username jacoby and if found full functionality will be enabled. You need a thesauru...
Hah earlier today I was going to ask if you had antivirus and if removing MMShellHook improved things. But instead waited for your reply. MMShellHook is VERY virus like :p There is a native plugin(eg 32bit if you installed that) that loads and attaches to all running processes of that family (32bit)...
Same settings. They also install to the same folder, eg 32bit tuniac may not be in x86 program files, but instead overwrote in the 64bit program files folder. I would suggest to use 32bit as it has more features (Svp etc) If you force kill tuniac does it then open or not? You could try clearing/dele...
Yea I saw that once before. For some reason it needs the vc redist installed. You likely had 32 bit installed already and just lacked 64bit which the 32 bit installer got for you. I think it is an inno fault, I will try to find out what's up.
Hah exactly.phool wrote:Thanks for the reply Brett. I guess in short it would entail a bunch of work for someone who has the necessary skills and desire to bring it to Kodi. I guess I can always load up tuniac if I'm feeling nostalgic
You could just use tuniac instead of Kodi!
- Thu Mar 03, 2016 11:53 am
- Forum: Random
- Topic: Porting Sonique Visual Plugin
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Svp files themself are win32 dll so I would not expect much from non windows platforms. Maybe wine or similar could manage the code, or maybe not :) If we are talking about a Kodi plugin for the windows platform in particular, then sure it might be possible. But I really have nfi what Kodi offers fo...