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Gogglesmm-0.12.7-i686 Compiled in Precise 5.6.1
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scabz


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PostPosted: Tue 25 Mar 2014, 14:45    Post subject:  Gogglesmm-0.12.7-i686 Compiled in Precise 5.6.1
Subject description: Music Player and Manger
 

Gogglesmm Website http://gogglesmm.github.io/
googlesmm is a great music manager and player for low powered computers,works great on my eeepc. Super fast and light weight.


gogglesmm-0.12.7-1-i686.pet Download (Compiled with static fox-1.6.49-i686 so it is not needed anymore) known issue the tray icon does not work in JWM but works in other window managers, so if needed use other window manager or do not enable tray icon for JWM

Required dependences (you may need other libs for your version of Puppy,this was compiled in 5.6.1)

xine-lib-1.2.4-i686.pet Download


If you want DEV,DOC or NLS pets they are all in my repo. Everyting needed to compile is also in my repo
Link to my repo https://www.mediafire.com/folder/cc4nimp92ba71/Precise_5.6.1

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gogglesguy

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PostPosted: Tue 25 Mar 2014, 16:02    Post subject:  

Have you tried building gogglesmm-0.13.1? I'm curious how it performs compared to 0.12.x on your system since it no longer uses xine.
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PostPosted: Tue 25 Mar 2014, 16:12    Post subject:  

Quote:
Have you tried building gogglesmm-0.13.1? I'm curious how it performs compared to 0.12.x on your system since it no longer uses xine.

Nope i haven't tried building gogglesmm-0.13.1 , i will try later when i can and report back.
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 00:34    Post subject:  

I just compiled gogglesmm-0.13.1 with static fox-1.7.46 , static taglib-1.9 and
static glew-1.9.0 I had no problems compiling it mostly went smooth besides i had to link some header files and of course the pain of static fox and such.

performance wise seems to be just as fast if not faster then 0.12.x, i like the fact that 0.13.1 has its own icons. Puppy doesnt come stock with the icons that 0.12.x needed. Its great that it doesnt need xinelib anymore but Would be nice to have wma support. i hate the fact that i still have some music in wma format from my old windows days.

0.13.1 still has the same issue with the tray icon in jwm.

Overall a great app easy to use and fast!!! Very Happy
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gogglesguy

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 09:57    Post subject:  

scabz wrote:

0.13.1 still has the same issue with the tray icon in jwm.


I tried jwm 2.2 yesterday on my regular machine and the tray icon seems to work fine for me. So I'm not sure what's wrong with it.
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 10:18    Post subject:  

scabz wrote:
Its great that it doesnt need xinelib anymore but Would be nice to have wma support. i hate the fact that i still have some music in wma format from my old windows days.


WMA support may come at some point, once I've integrated ffmpeg. It doesn't have a high priority, patches are accepted though Smile
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 10:20    Post subject:  

scabz wrote:
I just compiled gogglesmm-0.13.1 with static fox-1.7.46 , static taglib-1.9 and
static glew-1.9.0 I had no problems compiling it mostly went smooth besides i had to link some header files and of course the pain of static fox and such.

hi scabz' any chance of a pet?

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 11:14    Post subject:  

666philb wrote:
scabz wrote:
I just compiled gogglesmm-0.13.1 with static fox-1.7.46 , static taglib-1.9 and
static glew-1.9.0 I had no problems compiling it mostly went smooth besides i had to link some header files and of course the pain of static fox and such.

hi scabz' any chance of a pet?


http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=92815
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 11:51    Post subject:  

cheers gogglesguy...... gogglesmm is a lovely audio player/manager, a few things though.....

shame that the jwm tray icon hasn't been fixed ..... (or rather made to work on puppy Smile )

also for instance .... in deadbeef i can right click on a folder in rox and send it to deadbeef and it plays .... in gogglesmm i get

Code:
no input plugin available for /mnt/sda1/blah/blah/blah


is there a way to pass files to gogglesmm without using it's own importer?

thanks

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 13:26    Post subject:  

666philb wrote:
cheers gogglesguy...... gogglesmm is a lovely audio player/manager, a few things though.....

shame that the jwm tray icon hasn't been fixed ..... (or rather made to work on puppy Smile )

also for instance .... in deadbeef i can right click on a folder in rox and send it to deadbeef and it plays .... in gogglesmm i get

Code:
no input plugin available for /mnt/sda1/blah/blah/blah


is there a way to pass files to gogglesmm without using it's own importer?


You can play files without importing through the "File System" source.

So perhaps if you open gogglesmm with a folder it could open the File System source. Or not... it all depends on what you expect from a library-based-music player. May be it should open the import dialog with the given folder.

Perhaps you should be able to drag-n-drop a folder onto the File System source which will then nagivate to such folder.
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PostPosted: Wed 02 Mar 2016, 00:42    Post subject: does not start on my laptop Medion Akoya from germania.  

"googlesmm is a great music manager and player for low powered computers,works great on my eeepc". Super fast and light weight.
Scabz can be happy, while i worry Exclamation
does not start on my laptop Medion Akoya from germania. My repair staff busy this morning to repair my jukebox.

Have you tried building gogglesmm-0.13.1?

version 0131 perhaps has some bugs. Wait an see, i shall feed back what they found missing in my Racy 5.3. This jukebox refuses playing with Precise 5.7.1 too.
What does this english spoken topic give me for repairing ? translating to french..

# gogglesmm
gogglesmm: error while loading shared libraries: libFOX-1.6.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
#
solved with pet provided above :
gogglesmm-0.12.7-1-i686.pet: 1393 K

But
# gogglesmm
gogglesmm: error while loading shared libraries: libtag.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
#
"I just compiled gogglesmm-0.13.1 with static fox-1.7.46 , static taglib-1.9 and
static glew-1.9.0
" scabz compiles, pelo does not.

gogglesmm-0.13.1-i686.pet: 2114 K merci scabz
# gogglesmm
gogglesmm: error while loading shared libraries: libgcrypt.so.11: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
#
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PostPosted: Wed 02 Mar 2016, 03:55    Post subject: different jukeboxes much more easier...  

User Pelo abandon, will miss office to day. he does not really Gogglesmm, here are different jukeboxes much more easier...
I let compilers compile, untill completely serviceable for no linuxians
Nevertheless i encourage our linuxians going on to provide (or try) applications for us, Don't stop. I failed with Gogglesmm, But that is what i need.
Merci les gars

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PostPosted: Wed 02 Mar 2016, 04:28    Post subject:  

Hello all.

Baby Jesus was born in a "manger" ! Is this song player devoted solely to Christmas and
Christian music ? Rolling Eyes

Call me a simpleton if you will, but please define "manger" in this sense and help me
understand.

TIA.

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PostPosted: Thu 03 Mar 2016, 06:18    Post subject: Musher0, you had better use K3B to burn your CDs  

Musher0, you had better use K3B to burn your CDs than to make humour on our little 'jesus Christ' Exclamation
Look burning with K3B will make you a CD like a Vinyl... Gogglesmm-0.12.7-i686 would read it with pleasure, if it runs with my precise 5.7.1 Legopen.
Your Christian name is Musher, don't lead our poour lecteurs to windows burners. In France we don't burn we grave.
NDLR / screenshot will be withdrawn asap (it's a joke) Smile
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PostPosted: Today, at 06:59    Post subject: Gogglesmm added in Tahrpup xfce beta  

Gogglesmm added in Tahrpup xfce beta to play music from files found on my computer. It's one of the lighter jukebox and the GUI is teenage.
Of course, it works well. People should feed back more about it, n'est-ce pas (in english, n'est-ce pas is very difficult to translate)
Shouldn'it ? Is that correct ?
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