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squeezecenter-sqlplaylist SqueezeCenter plugin to create playlists based on SQL queries
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Deprecated DEPRECATED: Replaced by audio/squeezeboxserver-sqlplaylist
Expired This port expired on: 2009-11-30
Maintainer: tdb@FreeBSD.org search for ports maintained by this maintainer
Port Added: 2008-06-29 22:06:26
Last Update: 2009-11-30 14:14:31
SVN Revision: unknown
License: not specified in port
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SVNWeb : Homepage

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Dependency lines:
  • squeezecenter-sqlplaylist>0:audio/squeezecenter-sqlplaylist
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PKGNAME: squeezecenter-sqlplaylist
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Runtime dependencies:
  1. softsqueeze : audio/squeezecenter
  2. install.xml : audio/squeezecenter-dynamicplaylist
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Master Sites:
  1. ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/distfiles/squeezecenter/
  2. http://erland.homeip.net/download/do/downloadapplication?name=slimserver-sqlplaylist&filename=/
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Number of commits found: 6

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DateByDescription
30 Nov 2009 14:14:31
Original commit files touched by this commit  2.4

miwi search for other commits by this committer
2009-11-30 audio/squeezecenter-trackstat: Replaced by
audio/squeezeboxserver-trackstat
2009-11-30 audio/squeezecenter-superdatetime: Replaced by
audio/squeezeboxserver-superdatetime
2009-11-30 audio/squeezecenter-sqlplaylist: Replaced by
audio/squeezeboxserver-sqlplaylist
2009-11-30 audio/squeezecenter-lazysearch: Replaced by
audio/squeezeboxserver-lazysearch
2009-11-30 audio/squeezecenter-dynamicplaylist: Replaced by
audio/squeezeboxserver-dynamicplaylist
2009-11-30 audio/squeezecenter: Replaced by audio/squeezeboxcenter
2009-10-17 www/mod_auth_mysql41_ap2: distfile no longer fetchable
2009-10-13 x11-toolkits/gtkscintilla: no longer under development, last release
in 2002
2009-10-13 x11-toolkits/py-gtkscintilla: no longer under development, last
release in 2002
03 Nov 2009 14:43:26
Original commit files touched by this commit  2.4

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Mark audio/squeezecenter-* ports as expired. They have been replaced by
the audio/squeezeboxserver-* ports. Expiration date in line with the
date set for audio/squeezecenter.
26 Jul 2009 22:18:57
Original commit files touched by this commit  2.4

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- Update to 2.4.
07 Jan 2009 11:35:32
Original commit files touched by this commit  2.3.1

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- Update to 2.3.1.
04 Jul 2008 13:40:31
Original commit files touched by this commit  2.1

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- Update to 2.1
29 Jun 2008 22:05:56
Original commit files touched by this commit  2.0.b04

tdb search for other commits by this committer
This plugin for SqueezeCenter makes it possible to create smart
playlists. Although the standard SqueezeCenter doesn't support smart
playlists by itself, together with iTunes and the standard
SqueezeCenter iTunes integration, it is possible to use smart
playlists defined in iTunes. The problem though is that the integrated
iTunes smart playlists will not be recalculated until the next time
you perform a rescan in SqueezeCenter. The SQL Playlist plugin takes
care of this problem and implements native smart playlist in
SqueezeCenter without any need to use iTunes. The smart playlists
implemented in SQL Playlist will also be automatically re-calculated
after each track played so they will be based on the latest statistic
information.

A smart playlist in SQL Playlist are continous and will run forever in
the same way as the standard Random Mix plugin, you can optionally
also choose that a smart playlist shouldn't repeat already played
tracks and in that case the music will stop when all songs matching
the playlist has been played.

WWW: http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/SQL_Playlist_plugin

Number of commits found: 6

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