ignore my local build.properties
Fix two reported crashes
1) NPE when rotating screen with dialog open
2) crash parsing bogus port (trailing whitespace, http:// prefix, etc)
Add power on/off support.
From Kurt Aaholst <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Oct 2010 23:05:46 +0200
Subject: [PATCH] Added power on/off
Revert "Totally broken work-in-progress, SqueezeService -> Connection…
This reverts commit f75df29.
Totally broken work-in-progress, SqueezeService -> ConnectionState/Pl…
bump version number and add TODO
Wifi-lock on play, two new options, and time display GC efficiency.
Two new options: debug logging & notify-on-connection
Grab WiFi lock when music is playing.
Don't allocate a Runnable when the time is updated from the service.
Bump to version 0.3 and disable seek bar on disconnect.
show time & seek bar.
whitespace fix indent only
new volume buttons; update notification on song change, etc
changing version number
auto-connect on start-up. tagging as v0.2
Album art improvements: don't reload when art URL doesn't change.
Also, clear album art on disconnect.
ignore apks in root
Show artist/album/track name, as well as Album Art in the correct thr…
Album art, still ghetto, but without hard-coded ip:port.
Ghetto first cut of album art working. Done in wrong thread, though.
Fancy connect dialog & show volume changes in a Toast.
make ongoing notification show song name
Shows song name now. Not artist or album yet.
start of parsing status line from server
Watch pause/stop/play events from the server.
initial volume controls.
-- More settings, and now settings disabled if not done.
-- Implement next & prev track buttons.
-- Preserve more UI in onRestore, etc. in the activity.
Add an icon, keep service running, set UI state in onRestore, etc.
Add About dialog & kill ongoing notification on disconnect.
Detects players now + bunch of unrelated polish.
No more hard-coding my home player ids.
-- properly update title in all cases
-- disable menus when disconnected
-- when disconnected, turn play/pause into a connect button
one more reference to old name.
Rename project to Squeezer.
It turns out my hastily chosen name last night of "Squeeze Remote"
is already in use, which I suppose should come as no surprise.