It was broken, but compiles fine now

powermated-0.3.3 was just released.

It sounds like beep media player does not support some of the control functions offered by XMMS, and by all accounts the developers are not really interested in fixing the problems, so the new seek functionality is only available with the XMMS plugin. I’m still incredibly grateful to Tim for persevering with BMP support.

There was a tiny problem compiling 0.3.3 with BMP support as released – a patch has gone in already, but just in case:

— powermated/XMMSControl.cpp 27 Feb 2005 00:33:40 -0000 1.3
+++ powermated/XMMSControl.cpp 3 Mar 2005 09:47:05 -0000
@@ -210,9 +210,12 @@
if (!initXMMSControl(m_Launch))
return false;

+#ifdef MONITOR_XMMS
xmms_remote_seek(m_Session, Offset);

return true;
+#else
+ return true;
+#endif
}

int XMMSControl::XMMSGetOutputTime() {

Update: 0.3.4 contains this fix.

Update on the update: … but there’s another bug in 0.3.4 – the default monitor always gets reset to CPU even if overridden with an options file. There’s a fix in CVS.

Updated update on the update: All fixed in 0.3.5 … we think … 🙂

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