PDA

View Full Version : [Slim-Checkins] r3445 - in



Robert Moser
2005-06-19, 22:10
dsully (AT) svn (DOT) slimdevices.com blurted out:
> Modified: branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/Default/edit_playlist.html
> ================================================== =================
> (Binary files differ)
>
> Modified: branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/Default/edit_playlist_list.html
> ================================================== =================
> (Binary files differ)
>

Hmm, were these checked in with the wrong properties?

mherger
2005-06-20, 08:35
> Removed:
> branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/Default/browse.html
> branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/Default/browse_list.html
> branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/EN/browse.html
> branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/EN/browse_list.html
> branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/EN/browse_list_empty.html
> branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/EN/browse_pwdlist.html
> branches/playlistdb-bmf/server/HTML/xmlTelCanto/browse.html

Can these really all be removed? I've still seen quite a few references to
browse.html in the remaining EN/Default templates:

badpath.html
browsedb.html
browse_playlist*.html
playlist.html

--

Michael

-----------------------------------------------------------
Help translate SlimServer by using the
StringEditor Plugin (http://www.herger.net/slim/)

Dan Sully
2005-06-20, 09:01
* Michael Herger shaped the electrons to say...

>Can these really all be removed? I've still seen quite a few references to
>browse.html in the remaining EN/Default templates:
>
>badpath.html
>browsedb.html
>browse_playlist*.html
>playlist.html

I need to go through and clean those up (unless someone beats me to it. :)

But yes - browse.html, browse_list.html, & browse_playlist_list.html can all go away.

-D
--
<phone> i am a sausage fan

mherger
2005-06-20, 09:44
> But yes - browse.html, browse_list.html, & browse_playlist_list.html can
> all go away.

Ok, removed those from Handheld, too.

--

Michael

-----------------------------------------------------------
Help translate SlimServer by using the
StringEditor Plugin (http://www.herger.net/slim/)