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Bangarang

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Submitted:  Oct 7 2009
Updated:  Dec 7 2011

Description:

Bangarang is a media player for KDE. The name comes from the Jamaican word for noisy, chaos or disorder.

Feedback and patches are definitely welcome. Packaging contributions are also welcome. I only ask one thing: please be respectful. I do this in my spare time and, as such, I'd like to keep my motivation up.

The source code is maintained on http://gitorious.org/bangarang and anyone interested in helping is certainly welcome.

Please report bugs to http://code.google.com/p/bangarangissuetracking/issues/list

Thanks much for your help!




Changelog:

2.1 - See release notes at http://bangarangkde.wordpress.com/bangarang-2-1-release-notes/

2.0.1 - See release announcement at http://bangarangkde.wordpress.com/2011/05/07/bangarang-2-0-1-released

2.0 - See release announcement at http://bangarangkde.wordpress.com/2011/01/30/bangarang-2-0-released




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 Wow !

 
 by srog on: Oct 8 2009
 
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1.0 alpha A1
Compiling and working fine with the Kubuntu Karmic (beta) / KDE 4.3.2.

What a fine media player - Thank You!

As this is a alpha -> It only finds and plays mpeg (video) files ??

Throwing the sources to the PPA.


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 Re: Wow !

 
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Thanks so much for trying it out!

Could you say what other kinds of video files you're trying to open that it's not seeing? I basically took a stab at a list of mimetypes for it to recognize, so I'd like to check if your video type aren't in this list or if it's come other bug.


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 Re: Re: Wow !

 
 by srog on: Oct 8 2009
 
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If i use the The Bangarang "Open folder containing video files(s)". The Bangarang will list and play:

.mpg, .mp4, .mov

It don't list:

.avi, .wmv, .flv

It is playing (Dolphin - Open with Bangarang):

.avi(xvid/divx), .wmv

It can play (commandline - bangarang URL)
.flv(video:VP6)

It can play video DVD's


Only ones that it can't play are some avi (xvid/divx) clips but it seems (?) to be the Taglib problem: "TagLib: MPEG::Header::parse() -- Invalid sample rate.". They are playing with the MPlayer/VLC/Xine..


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 Re: Re: Re: Wow !

 
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Thanks very much. That helps a lot. I'll take a look after work tonight.


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 Re: Re: Re: Wow !

 
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ok so I added a few extra mimetypes to the file list engine.

You can get the fresh sources from http://gitorious.org/bangarang. If you don't have git you can download a tarball of the source by clicking on the "Source Tree" link. the "Download as tar.gz" link is on the left.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Wow !

 
 by srog on: Oct 9 2009
 
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Doing so - working fine.

Thank you.


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 Re: Wow !

 
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Oh and thanks for dropping in your ppa! You rock!!!


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 Great

 
 by Fri13 on: Oct 8 2009
 
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Needed to come vote this application. Just so awesome on alpha state.

btw, wouldn't the propitiate site be the kde-apps.org than the opendesktop.org? (just the subclass, because player is designed for KDE4 pillars in mind?).


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 Re: Great

 
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It's all shared. The app was actually posted on kde-apps but opendesktop agreggates them all so yay!


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 openSUSE11.1

 
 by moon115 on: Oct 8 2009
 
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Apparently opensuse does not have a kdemultimedia4-devel package (at least not currently) Has anyone been able to work around this w/out doing a big KDE4 build? I assume that opensuse is providing these files as parts of other packages (kdelibs-devel, etc).

I think I have all of these KDE4 devel packages installed but don't know how to tell cmake where they are.

I really like the looks of this project and think nepomuk integration is an excellent idea.

Good luck w/ it


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 Re: openSUSE11.1

 
 by buschmann23 on: Oct 9 2009
 
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You need libkcddb4-devel and libkcompactdisc4-devel to compile it. :)

In a few hours, the Build Service will contain my package in KDE:KDE4:Playground


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 Re: Re: openSUSE11.1

 
 by mesamoo115 on: Oct 9 2009
 
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I look forward to seeing it in playground, I'll try w/ the 2 dev packages you mentioned.

Hope your next post doesn't mean bigger problems.

thanks
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 Re: Re: Re: openSUSE11.1

 
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I installed the -dev packages and was able to compile Bangarang. It starts nicely and looks beautiful but always segfaults for me when loading a file or folder.

During the make process I received numerous errors

Error in thread 140205235107680 : "Invalid iterator.

and especially
Error in thread 140205235107680 : "Unsupported operation (2).

If you can tell me how to turn on debug w/ cmake then I will gladly send you a backtrace if you wish.

Thanks, looks really promising


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Would you mind trying fresh sources from below and tell me if you still encouter the problem? oooh, I hate segfaults. They're a b***h for me to track down.

You can get the fresh sources from http://gitorious.org/bangarang. If you don't have git you can download a tarball of the source by clicking on the "Source Tree" link. the "Download as tar.gz" link is on the left.


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I installed the -dev packages and was able to compile Bangarang. It starts nicely and looks beautiful but always segfaults for me when loading a file or folder.

During the make process I received numerous errors

Error in thread 140205235107680 : "Invalid iterator.

and especially
Error in thread 140205235107680 : "Unsupported operation (2).

If you can tell me how to turn on debug w/ cmake then I will gladly send you a backtrace if you wish.

Thanks, looks really promising


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 No return in nonvoid function

 
 by buschmann23 on: Oct 9 2009
 
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When I try to compile this for openSUSE in the Build Service, the rpm build checks complain about a "No return in nonvoid function" at the following lines:

Quote:

/usr/src/packages/BUILD/bangarang/mediaitemdelegate.cpp:322
/usr/src/packages/BUILD/bangarang/platform/listenginefactory.cpp:133


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 Re: No return in nonvoid function

 
 by jamboarder on: Oct 9 2009
 
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I'll try to clear those warnings tonight. :-)


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 archlinux package

 
 by summel on: Oct 10 2009
 
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i've added bangarang-git to my build script so it is in my repository:

http://repo.summel.de/


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 Sorry for double post above

 
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I just built from git tree again, still same error.

Is there a flag that I can use w/ cmake to enable debug? Probably a too simple question, but I'd like to be able to give useful bug reports if possible.

see ya


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 Re: Sorry for double post above

 
 by jamboarder on: Oct 12 2009
 
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not sure... Not using a special flag here. hmmm... I'll try to find out and get back to you. If anyone else has any ideas, chime in. :-)


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