Version: 2.4-GIT (using Devel)
I upgraded my git version to O7O72011 (yesterday) and after that I dont'n have streams in >home>internet>%differents_radios , like ex: SomaFM that have usually inside "Secret Agent", "Sonic Universe", etc. and "Cool Streams Radio", and others (Radio Francaise.... ,etc etc)
Steps to Reproduce:
I restart my amarok session, I reinstalled the radio streams scripts (with "get more scripts" button), I restart my session with differents kernels (I don't know if is relevant)
no radio streams in "home>internet>" menus
have some differents radios streams in differents menu, like >home>internet>SomaFM>"lot of radios"
OS: Linux (x86_64) release 3.0.0-rc6-mainline
Linux Distribution: Archlinux (with testing repo activated)
All Internet services are broken, as confirmed by a lot of reports in IRC and 2.4.2-beta1 news comments.
d4d5940eeaf6d0755331e89fa6ced114d83daee5 is the first bad commit
Author: Ralf Engels <email@example.com>
Date: Thu Jun 23 00:28:36 2011 +0200
Clean up BrowserCategoryList
Don't reparent widgets if possible. Use StackedWidget
Have consistent constructors with default for QWidget* parent
Have a highlight for lists in cases where single-click-activates is not set
:040000 040000 ed474867b6382e21a18a4f1de77f6375d7dc42e7 9cb5244463c87ec59b4d50ba1911a21db1cd2227 M src
Git commit 202c49ebf8b5521b0394b4b7c5e816bf4057c8de by Ralf Engels.
Committed on 11/07/2011 at 01:22.
Pushed by rengels into branch 'master'.
Fix Internet services (scripted and non-scripted) are empty
M +2 -0 src/browsers/BrowserCategoryList.cpp
M +0 -4 src/browsers/servicebrowser/ServiceBrowser.cpp
Thank you, but actually just one half of the bug seems to be fixed. The non-scripted services like Ampache, Magnatune, are shown but not the scripted ones. Generally, no scripts are shown in my list of scripts, though I can download them.
(Using the latest git snapshot.)
Both work here. (tested with french radios, classical streams...)
*** Bug 277608 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 277233 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***