[mythtv] [RFC] MythMusic: use libcdio to play & rip CDs (Win32 & MacOSX too)

Jonathan Martens jonathan at snetram.nl
Wed Dec 1 00:02:37 UTC 2010

On 30-11-2010 23:00, Lawrence Rust wrote:
>> There are some issues with compiling libcio on windows:
>> 1. libcdio needs iconv but ./configure under MinGW fails to detect iconv
> Yes, found that and fixed it by adding --disable-joliet to ./configue
> (see bottom of my original post).

Have not tried that (yet).

>> I have hacked (quick and dirty) my way around them now, but still need
>> to finish compile and find a proper solution for building on the native
>> windows platforms.
> I'll give it a go tomorrow using the perl script.

Attached is a (manually modified) diff of th ewin32-packager.pl scripts. 
Since I have lots more of local changes/additions in win32-packager.pl 
the line numbers are possible way off, likely only to apply very fuzzy.

I have been able to compile, but when trying to import a CD mythfrontend 
keeps spitting the following at me:

2010-12-01 00:49:18.967 MythMusic hasn't found any tracks! That's ok 
with me if it's ok with you.

Off to get some sleep now.

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