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domo

   3.0b1  

KDE Sound Application

Score 66%
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Link:  http://domo.sf.net
Depends on  Qt 3.x
Downloads:  1937
Submitted:  Feb 4 2004
Updated:  Jun 6 2005

Description:

Domo is a music organizer which indexes digital audio sources, extracts all information and inserts everything into a relational database. The database can then be queried, exported and compared with other digital audio sources. Musicbrainz support is also available for the looking up of Audio CDs or for identifying unknown tracks based on their TRM audio fingerprint.

Please check the sourceforge project page and the FAQ on http://domo.sf.net before reporting any problems.

** PLEASE
** I don't care how you vote but if you vote please explain why
** so I can do something about it.

** Help wanted:
- update translations
- binary packaging for other distros
(source contains spec files)




Changelog:

Although this release is labled as a beta it _should_ be stable and usable.

- A new CVS module was created to reflect the completely
cleaned up source tree. It should be easier to maintain
and understand the code now.
- Tweaking and tuning of existing features
- Cleanup of GUIs and added more artwork
- Squashed a few bugs
- Added kdevelop project file
- Spec files for arklinux and suse, may serve as templates for others




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 by bubba on: Feb 4 2004
 
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Please check the 'Known bugs' and 'FAQ' pages on http://domo.sf.net before reporting any problems.

Cheers!
Dirk


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 Interesting app!

 
 by shm on: Feb 6 2004
 
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Shame that it needs mysql though.. have you considering adding some lightweight DB support, like sqllite/qsqllite?


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 Re: Interesting app!

 
 by bubba on: Feb 7 2004
 
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Thanks!
Well support for other databases (for which there is a Qt driver) can easily be coded in. PostgreSQL support is next on the list for example. It basically requires implementing a simple interface. The problem here,however, is not the database but the sql dialect it supports.

For non qt-supported dbases things get a little more complex though I havent had time to dive into that yet. Maybe sometime in the future.

Cheers
Dirk


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 Re: Interesting app!

 
 by bubba on: Apr 27 2004
 
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I just noticed that there is a qt driver for SQLite, meaning domo can be easily extended to support this database. All it requires is implementing a simple interface.
I will take a look at this.


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 I Like MySQL

 
 by dlab on: Apr 14 2004
 
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I kind of like the MySQL thing, I think of it as more of a feature. For example, you may want to make a web-front to this to let your users view your music DB.


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