If you want to know what is new in this version, just check Joaquim’s original post. All features in Fremantle have been ported also to Diablo.
As usual, it has been uploaded to Diablo extras-devel.
After merging changes from SeriesFinale v0.4 for Fremantle, it’s a pleasure to announce SeriesFinale v0.4 for Diablo. This way, both Fremantle and Diablo versions have the same features.
Damn! While I was working on the port of SeriesFinale v0.3.6 from Fremantle to Diablo, hoping to reach the upstream version of it, Joaquim announced SeriesFinale v0.4. Well, do not worry. I’m just one step back to reach him :).
What will you find in this new release? Almost the same as in Fremantle version, except the cool colors Joaquim added. Main reason is that he is using a feature in Fremantle that is not available in Diablo. Actually, a minor issue, as remaining features have been ported.
So I’m happy to announce that SeriesFinale for Diablo reaches version 0.3.
I’ve uploaded the new version to Maemo Extras Devel, so if you have it in your repository catalogue, you’ll find SeriesFinale in the Application Manager.
Now, only a step remains to reach the head of SeriesFinale for Fremantle o/
Thanks to Joaquim, he has uploaded SeriesFinale for Diablo to extras-devel.
So finally we have brought SeriesFinale to
Some months ago I began a port of SeriesFinale to Diablo (Maemo 4), the software that rules Nokia N8x0 series. Working on it every now and then, finally I have achieved a first version which has everything I was using from Fremantle version.
What will you find in this port version?
- It is based on SeriesFinale v0.2.1
- Some features have not been ported yet. For instance, adding series manually or edit information about episodes is not ported yet, and thus are disabled.
- It is a multi-window application. Yes, in order to keep as much the same code as original version as possible, I ended up in a multi-window application: browsing through shows, seasons, and so on is opening different windows. Going back is as simply as closing the opened window. I know it is ugly, but my main goal was to have a functional version running in Diablo. And it does, indeed!
I expect to integrate new changes in Fremantle version, and also to implement all features that remain unported.
Regarding the multiple windows issue, I need to evaluate if it is worth to change it and use just one window with some browsing widget. The main point here is that whatever I do, it should make easy to integrate new features from Fremantle version. After all, Fremantle version is the “official” one