It had to happen…

Ok, so what’s a release without a few embarassing bugs? No reason to break the habit now. Tellico 1.2 came out with a debug turned on in the CDDB importer that will always return Pink Floyd. Yeah, I know. Pink Floyd? I just got the track offset list from somewhere, that’s all.

Anyways, to fix that, change line 108 in src/translators/freedbimporter.cpp from

#if 1

to

#if 0

and recompile. If you’re using a precompiled package, you’ll just have to be patient. I’ve fired so many of my QA people at this point…

There’s something else going wrong with the image cache again, too. RAM usage is bad after the cache gets full. I need to track that down, and maybe I’ll get 1.2.1 out the door tomorrow or Monday.

So far so good

I’m a bit surprised at how fast folks are jumping on Tellico 1.2. Regis had his Debian and Ubuntu packages ready to go, and told me today that he’d had over 150 MB of traffic. The Gentoo ebuild was quickly updated, as well as the openSUSE Backport. The source package was downloaded over 160 times already.

The only issues so far are some rendering bugs with the template gradients, reported by Patrick Guignot, and the filter dialog not doing auto-completion correctly for some fields. Both are fixed in SVN.

Just for a quick glance, here are the downloads by version and by month, since the first of the year.

[By Version]
[By Month]

I think the 1700 downloads of version 1.1 is an anomaly. Someone had a download script that went awry or something because the bandwidth suggests the downloads were mostly truncated. In any case, there were 2400 downloads of version 1.1.6 in four months. I’m rather astonished.