With the new version I get an Application Error when I close it.
Access violation at address 00000000. Read of address 00000000
I finally got around to installing Winamp, but Carma still doesn't show my .wma files when I browse the library. I can navigate through artist and album directories, but each album directory appears empty.
However, the "Music" screen shows a track listing for whatever album I was last looking at with Winamp, and I can play tracks from that album.
The left/right/up/down buttons (to the left of the album art) don't do anything, though, in the Music or Library screens. What are they supposed to do?
Ack.. Excuse me...
I probably forgot to include the extension WMA while scanning the folders.
Not so much a bug, but something for the wishlist.
Expect a small update today, it's probably a minute work to include them!
Thanks for reporting!
It was meant to browse the library using paging-buttons.. But since the complete
rebuilt of CarMa there is dragging now, so those buttons are a bit obsolete.
The current skin is a mix of the older (and more developed) skin and a playground/sandbox
for the new controls and other stuff you see. Remember that NoTec designed the actual
previous skin. He's the artist behind CarMa, but these beta versions contain parts which are
"designed" by me, and are not that great at all
But, when CarMa matures some more, NoTec will finish it up!
Have just tested your 188.8.131.520 Debug build and the error at shutdown still exists.
Here is the Log file.
I just got back from a meeting, I'll analyse it tomorrow.
Application crashes aren't part of the design, so I'll try to get rid of it as soon as possible.
When it's fixed I'll send you an update, and if necessary, make a better debug version.
I forgot to mention, the last build includes scanning for WMA and OGG files.
Any more popular formats to add to the mix? (It must be supported by Winamp though.
But support can be added by installing Winamp decoders)
ps: do you experience these crashes at application exit too?
Ow, and I forgot something else...
Your firewall will probably jump on these recent builds of CM.
The reason is that it contains a plugin which exposes a webservice interface.
It's another try to open up possibilities. Plugins (or better, remote plugins) are really easy
to create on any platform, on any operating system, with any modern dev-language.
An example is a remote control on your phone or PSP with a nice interface talking via
wifi or BT to the CarPC.
It's listening on http://localhost:28345/wsdl/ICMWebSvc while running CarMa.
You can consume it already, but there's just one method available yet.
More will be added soon (and there will also be another try to get