EasyH10 is a tool for creating the file database on the iriver H10 series of
digital audio players.
Installs binary to /usr/bin and profiles for choosing player version to
Created attachment 69331 [details]
Ebuild for 1.0b8, current as of 24 September 2005
Created attachment 69470 [details]
Ebuild changed to more closely follow conventions in ebuild(5).
More documentation is installed, and einfo message updated.
Hey sweet dude. i was about to ask if someone would do an ebuild for this app,
but looks like i don't have to. (not that i mind taking a crack at writing an
ebuild myself, it's just that i haven't the time.)
this should get into portage... and devs have an iriver h10? :)
Please fix the following and reopen:
* You should use S= rather than the mv in src_unpack.
* The einfo message should be split into multiple einfo commands
*** Bug 107829 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 69674 [details]
Apologies for opening another bug, my mind had gone blank for a second there
Reopening, change made as per bug 107829
Created attachment 70206 [details]
Updated ebuild for 1.0rc1, released 7th of October
1.0 Stable release pending, update expected within 24 hours
Created attachment 70325 [details]
Updated 1.0 to 1.1 with no changes to ebuild other than version.
Created attachment 71238 [details]
1.1.1 Release (bug fix). Has been confirmed to successfully compile on x86,
now also marked ~x86
Version 1.2 released, use 1.1.1 ebuild
Created attachment 73784 [details]
Version bump, and updated post-install einfo and ewarn messages
Created attachment 95310 [details]
Created attachment 115468 [details]
Is there still any user interest in this package at all? The H10 is over 10 years old now, there hasn't been a new release of EasyH10 since late 2006, AND it is possible to install Rockbox on those devices, doing away with the need for special database-management tools altogether.
(In reply to Marek Szuba from comment #16)
> Is there still any user interest in this package at all? The H10 is over 10
> years old now, there hasn't been a new release of EasyH10 since late 2006,
> AND it is possible to install Rockbox on those devices, doing away with the
> need for special database-management tools altogether.
Not from my side.
Since 2006 I moved to different distribution and left even that one due to lack of time :) And getting notification regarding this bug was a bit of surprise for me.
I think it is safe to close the bug as irrelevant or something like that.
In the light od Comment 17 this warrants closing WONTFIX