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authorLinus Nielsen Feltzing <linus@haxx.se>2003-05-09 16:07:03 +0000
committerLinus Nielsen Feltzing <linus@haxx.se>2003-05-09 16:07:03 +0000
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Configurable dir browser file buffer size. No more 400-file limit. No more whining.
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@@ -389,6 +389,8 @@ A53: We have answered this question numerous times. It is mentioned in the
file limits in order to provide a greater amount of memory for buffering
of files being played.
+ Newsflash! This limit is now configurable in the daily (post-2.0) builds.
+
Q54: Okay, I understand your 400 file limit. But why hardcode? Why not
have this be dynamically allocated?
A54: Because it's useless. Dynamic memory is only ever useful if you have
@@ -409,6 +411,8 @@ A54: Because it's useless. Dynamic memory is only ever useful if you have
else is able to use it. This is standard practice in memory-limited
systems.
+ Newsflash! This limit is now configurable in the daily (post-2.0) builds.
+
Q55: Why is there a 10,000 song limit on playlists?
A55: This is another hardcoded limit. We feel that as bigger disks arrive
that this limit will increase. Because of the way that playlists are
@@ -416,6 +420,8 @@ A55: This is another hardcoded limit. We feel that as bigger disks arrive
For further detail, look at questions 53 and 54 and replace any instances
of '400' with '10,000'.
+ Newsflash! This limit is now configurable in the daily (post-2.0) builds.
+
Q56: You don't understand! I _really_ need to have more then 400 files
in a directory!
A56: The use of really big directories was a workaround for the poor playlist
@@ -423,6 +429,8 @@ A56: The use of really big directories was a workaround for the poor playlist
need this workaround. Organize your files in directories, then build
playlists for all collections you want to shuffle-play.
+ Newsflash! This limit is now configurable in the daily (post-2.0) builds.
+
Q57: How can I make playlists on my PC?
A57: There are many programs that can create .m3u playlists. WinAmp is one.
Another simple method, that requires no extra software, is to use dir: