v1.06 update “Zlaja5”
- fix: music on USB is detected and analysed
- fix: shell in a box no more need bliss install after restart
You tell me…
tell you later…
It is working!
only found this
" thread ‘main’ panicked at ‘Error: No tags found!’, src/tags.rs:26:38
but than I continue to analyse again
hi zlaja, the error come from stdout/stderr of bliss analysis when it meet track impossible to analyse, for me 2 or 3 files in a 4000 tracks collection. Not a big deal and not blocking
- enhance: add button to backup your database (in case of disaster ^^)
- fix: remove erase command on uninstall to preserve database
- fix: several typo corrections
note : to get things working : 1) update plugin 2) uninstall plugin 3) reinstall plugin
needed to install nodejs http-server globally
You tell me…
database update : [2022-12-20 19:59:39 I] Requesting LMS plugin to allow uploads
[2022-12-20 19:59:44 E] Invalid port
Today bliss plugin has been updated by its creator (following my own demand) and the new binary doesn’t work on debian buster. I 've submited the bug, I’m on it, sorry for the disturbance
the new feature I’ve requested will be killer
update bliss plugin to 0.3.1 in LMS and upload should be fixed
Enjoy the new sliders also
@chourmovs_vs Great work you are doing. When you feel your plugin is complete and stable enough feel free to ask for a review from me, would love to help make it perfect before official release.
And say hello to Dan from me!
I think you may be confusing Dan Gravel of BlissHQ and Craig Drummond who adapted bliss music analyser for use in LMS.
Nothing to see but I admit it is confusing
I wont hesitate thx , much appreciated
Just PM’d , you the bliss file and architecture.
dstmMix works very well for me on Rpi4 8gb, you made a really useful plugin! Keep up your good work.
Will try to make it part of next release, thx a lot
i expect one x86 is enough?
I don’t catch your point. Are you speaking of binary building or system power ?
for both let’s update and try… but you can be confident
No what I meant to say, I did a build for the binary on a x86 i5 device, will this cover all 64-bit i* processors?
In principle the answer is yes if I look at Debian Bullseye repo