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TESTERS WANTED: XBMC pre-v12.2 testing
#46
You even seem to forbid me feom clarifing that i did read the post that you claim i did not. Not liking what i say or how i say it does not invalidate my point nor does blocking my account
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#47
I posted a bug on the bugtracker about this before. When 12.1 was released, it broke external audio. XBMC refuses to release it when it is in WASAPI mode. If there's a sound playing, such as gui sounds, or music, the last few miliseconds just loops until the external player is closed and control is returned to xbmc at which point it would stop. With the directsound, it loops for a few seconds and then is released. I posted the bug, there were changes made, but no one ever tested them and my bug was marked as fixed. I pointed out that it was not fixed once I tested the latest nightly, and they asked me to post another log, which I did, but it was ignored since it was already closed.

Thus, I went back to 12.0. The problem is present in gotham as well. I just downloaded the latest Frodo test build and the problem is worse. The sound stays stuck even after closing the external and xbmc crashes with wasapi. With directsound, it released control after a few seconds. Do you want me to open a new bugfix request and reference the old one?
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#48
http://trac.xbmc.org/ticket/14211 reopened. If it has actually gotten worse in pre12.2 then it might be useful to also post a debug from that (note the date of the pre12.2 build, too).
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#49
(2013-04-16, 05:17)jessh Wrote: If you can provide a source tarball in the test builds directory I will gladly provide an ebuild(gentoos source based take on packaging) for gentoo linux that will make it even more convenient for gentoo users to test it.

That would be awesome, thank you very much.

https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/archive/Frodo.tar.gz
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#50
Straight from git via zip https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/archive/Frodo.zip because thats the way git provides it or by changing .zip to .tar.gz (didnt know that works https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/archive/Frodo.tar.gz

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#51
Ubuntu PPA: https://launchpad.net/~wsnipex/+archive/xbmc-prestable

mini howto:
Code:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:wsnipex/xbmc-prestable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

This assumes your are using Frodo stable from our stable PPA. If you run unstable or nightlies, I'm just going to assume you know how to downgrade to a lower package version.
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#52
wsnipex you are a hero ! Thanks a bunch.
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#53
A thousand thank yous, wsnipex! I'll update the main post with these instructions.

EDIT: ah, you've beaten me to it! thanks again :D
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#54
Any chance to have git version or zip for xbmc pre12.2 on Linux? I am running Debian distro and I always build my self all xbmc versions.
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#55
(2013-04-16, 17:32)Neeesat Wrote: Any chance to have git version or zip for xbmc pre12.2 on Linux? I am running Debian distro and I always build my self all xbmc versions.

Just pull the source from github
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#56
(2013-04-16, 17:32)Neeesat Wrote: Any chance to have git version or zip for xbmc pre12.2 on Linux? I am running Debian distro and I always build my self all xbmc versions.

See Post#50
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#57
An ebuild for gentoo users is available at http://jesshaas.com/software/xbmc/xbmc-12.9999.ebuild
If you don't know what to do with this see http://en.gentoo-wiki.com/wiki/Overlay#A...al_Overlay or the portage/layman docs. This ebuild will download and build the current version of the Frodo branch at the time it is emerged.
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#58
great, thanks jessh. added to 1st post.
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#59
I have not seen a worse version

http://wklej.org/hash/c7eeb56ae1b/
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#60
(2013-04-17, 01:33)m_o_d Wrote: I have not seen a worse version

http://wklej.org/hash/c7eeb56ae1b/

Incomplete bug reports will be ignored. We don't know what to look for in your log because you didn't say what went wrong, you didn't say if this was an issue for v12.1, and we don't know the steps to recreate it.
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