XBMC_PC Win32 GUI Development Environment for skinners (skin developers) - Printable Version
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- Nuka1195 - 2007-06-20 00:46
If no trailers show in the list, just check and see the size of the AMT.db file in UserData/script_data/Apple Movie Trailers/ folder.
A complete AMT.db file should be around 1.8MB.
Or if you have sqlitespy http://www.zeitungsjunge.de/delphi/sqlitespy/history.htm (download is the floppy disk at the top)
you could open it and see if the movies table is full.
- kricker - 2007-06-20 00:51
Nuka1195 Wrote:If no trailers show in the list, just check and see the size of the AMT.db file in UserData/script_data/Apple Movie Trailers/ folder.AMT.db is only 891KB and with sqlitespy, it looks empty.
- Nuka1195 - 2007-06-20 00:56
Thank you, that was fast
I think something has changed and I don't know why some internet access works and others don't. I'll see if I can get a test script that tries different ways and see if I can track it down.
OT: If anybody has an older version of sqlitespy (I had 1.5.5) This new version has field editing. Very nice.
Edit: Actually that would be right for a minimal install. The issue sounds like it's on my end.
- kricker - 2007-06-20 00:58
Nuka1195 Wrote:Thank you, that was fastNP...go fast or go home Lemme know if you need me to test anything else (e.g. the test scripts you are going to write or whatever). You can just PM me directly for even faster results.
- Nuka1195 - 2007-06-20 01:08
Thanks, I edited my post above to say if you did a minimal install, then that size is about right. So there may be another issue.
XBMC_PC.exe - sylvijove - 2007-07-13 02:53
Hi I'm looking to skin for the XBOX and I saw that there was a post about running the XBox source code in a PC environment. How do I get XBMC_PC.exe?
I tried to go on SVN using TortoiseSVN... but I got errors that say:
PROPFIND request failed
How do I get it?
- jmarshall - 2007-07-13 06:54
It's included in T3CH builds.
The SVN error is because you are using the old URL.
You need to use https://xbmc.svn.sourceforge.net/...
Thanks - sylvijove - 2007-07-13 23:24
- Deff - 2007-08-04 06:37
Is anyone trying to port this properly to the PC? Would it be possible? Could it even be run as a shell?
Reason being is it would be awesome in my CarPC, nice and fast, easy controls from touchscreen etc...
Could it use MediaPlayer Classic for video/music? Or even Winamp... Thats how the current frontends for CarPCs do it.
Not sure if my touchscreen would be supported under linux to make use of that version.
- jmarshall - 2007-08-04 07:15
The linuxport builds under win32 with music and video playback.