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Old 21st December 2011, 00:03   #161
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Just noticed something else with version 3.0.2. The HTML report lists the plug-in's names but the TXT report does not. It just has the DLL file names. In any event, I think I'm going to work with the HTML output and just use the stuff between the body tags and load the style information from a separate file to fit better with my website's menu.
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Old 21st December 2011, 08:28   #162
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for the HTML outputting options could you add a option to the HTML design choices to only output the bits between the body tags so that we can include the file within our own page? Maybe this would be a checkbox that could apply to any HTML theme that was chosen.
I'm not too sure, if I really check what you want. Do you want the raw file, which only outputs the grabbed infos with HTML tags? It would be nice, if you could explain your suggestion a bit more.
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Another suggestion: it seems to default to UTF-16 as the character encoding. Be nice if you specify an option to save in UTF-8 or ANSI.
K, I'll add an option in an upcomming release. The reason why the tool creates standard UTF-16 files is, that we have several languages with the current solution, I can even create a Japanese report on my German system. So the default setting will stay as UTF-16.
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The HTML report lists the plug-in's names but the TXT report does not. It just has the DLL file names.
There is no real plugin name detection, there is no easy way for external programs to get the (localized) plugin names directly from Winamp. So all is based on a whitelist. I simply check for a specific file and manually add the name in the HTML report.
Feel free to blame me, that I was too lazy to add a whitelist with plugin names to the TXT report as well.
The HTML report allows a much better presentation of the shown infos, that's the reason, why it is getting a bit more love than the TXT report.
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I think I'm going to work with the HTML output and just use the stuff between the body tags and load the style information from a separate file to fit better with my website's menu.
It would be nice, if you'd add an info to your website, which shows, what application you've used for the report.

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Old 21st December 2011, 12:14   #163
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Here's the page I made (which is also in my sig, well the Nunz output is): http://www.markheadrick.com/winamp-info.shtml

The only thing I removed from your output was the stuff outside the body tags as I'm doing a virtual include within my html file.
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Old 23rd December 2011, 20:17   #164
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Winamp Info Tool 3.0.2 is now available from Winamp.com.

I've updated the download link in the first posting.

MarkRH:

Ok I think I understood you, I'll try to implement your wishes next week (after christmas).

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Old 28th December 2011, 05:52   #165
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MarkRH:

Here is a test build, which adds the ability to create ANSI HTML reports:

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Set:

Encoding=ANSI

under the [HTML Report] section in your Winamp_Info_Tool.ini file.

I'll probably add an encoding option to GUI later.

Additionally, I'll work on an option to disable the HTML header, but this will be an ini only option.

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Old 31st December 2011, 04:09   #166
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Here is a test build, which adds the ability to create ANSI HTML reports:

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Set:

Encoding=ANSI

under the [HTML Report] section in your Winamp_Info_Tool.ini file.

I'll probably add an encoding option to GUI later.

Additionally, I'll work on an option to disable the HTML header, but this will be an ini only option.

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Thanks! I tried it out and it seems to work fine: http://www.markheadrick.com/winamp-info.shtml Did momentarily forget that it saved the INI file in my user's Application Data directory for Winamp5.

My code editors can open the file now without it being all wacky. Some of them couldn't deal with the UTF-16 format properly (older editors).
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Old 31st December 2011, 08:18   #167
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Thanks for your feedback. I'll work on your other request as well.

If someone wonders, what I did during my holidays, take a look at this:



I wasn't happy with the old prefs window, really.

It's still not complete, but there will come a few more interesting things. There is also tons of more space for translators available. And best is, I already made the new dropdown lists fully working.

MarkRH: You also should note the new encoding option.

I wish you guys a nice last day of the yearand most important a good start into the new year.

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Old 3rd January 2012, 17:05   #168
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Hey Chris

Testing the option of updating the info tool version 3.0.0.1562 RC1 he directed to the Winamp Backup Tool here in the forum.

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Old 3rd January 2012, 17:20   #169
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Oops, man how could this happen?

It will be fixed for the new major version, which will be released soon.
Thanks for letting me know about the issue.

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Old 21st January 2012, 14:41   #170
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Is there a chance for a signature .png output in the future?



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Old 2nd February 2012, 14:03   #171
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/usr/bin/Tux:

Sorry for the delay, I just had not enough freetime to check the forums regulary.

What excatly do you mean with png signature? Do you want the ability to show a custom png file at bottom of the HTML report?

if so, I guess i could add some functionallity for that, if you mean something else, please explain your request a little more.

For all others, I know, that I originally planned a new release a few weeks ago. The new version is almost complete, though I have to check some things and must prepare an updated language file, which (still) needs some time.

But I guess I'm able to release it during the two or three weeks. *famous last words*

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Old 2nd February 2012, 14:08   #172
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i believe he wants (at least some of) the information to be output as a png file so it can be embedded as a signature link, etc (sort of like MarkRH's signature).

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Old 2nd February 2012, 14:11   #173
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Oh gotcha, thanks, DrO.

Well, then i can make it short, I cannot implement such feature, because I simply don't have enough knowledge for such things, sorry.

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Old 2nd February 2012, 15:47   #174
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Well, is the source code open? I could try my luck then.



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Old 2nd February 2012, 15:53   #175
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having the source code isn't going to make any difference as koopa does the tool in NSIS. what you're wanting isn't possible without creating a NSIS plug-in or an external tool which can be called which would be able to create at least a bmp output with the information on it which could then be coverted (or just converted direct to a saved png).

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Old 2nd February 2012, 15:56   #176
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I see. Thanks for the information.

Is there an alternative that can do it?



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Old 2nd February 2012, 16:18   #177
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no idea, i know it's possible to do it with some simple win32 calls and use of the libpng library, but i'm not aware of anything pre-done (never needed to look into it before).

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Old 3rd March 2012, 16:08   #178
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Just a quick note, the next version is almost done. I was luckily able to code on the tool at work, which was much more effective, than I thought.

Along with revamped preferences, it will have a couple of fixes and new functions.

I'll provide more infos and a release candidate with updated language file during the next week.

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Old 17th March 2012, 15:18   #179
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I'm glad to present 4.0 Beta. Except of the still not complete update checks, the version is almost done. I've spent a long time on this release and since I said several times, that a new version isn't far anymore, I guess I better release a beta than nothing.

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4.0:

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- added an optional Winamp Update Check to the tool (the tool will show a button directly in the GUI, if an update is available) (WIP)
- added an optional Winamp Backup Tool Update Check to the tool (the tool will show a button directly in the GUI, if an update is available) (WIP)
- added an option to check on start for Info Tool update (WIP)
- added a button 'Download Icon Libraries' to the GUI if no icon library was installed
- added a button 'Download Tray Icon Packs' to the GUI if no tray icon pack was installed
- completley re-designed preferences
* replaced a lot of checkboxes with dropdownlists
* grouped preferences into 'General' and 'Report' specific tabs
* re-ordered the options for a better overview
* added a couple of new options
- made file name of the report files localizable
- improved the internal function to get the current system date
- fixed a couple of non working ALT key hotkeys
- fixed detection of ATF string on fresh Winamp installs
- fixed a small redrawing glitch in the tab code
- fixed 'About Page' not respecting 'Restore last opened view on start option'
- fixed broken 'TXT Format' option in preferences (3.0.3 Beta specific bug, I guess)
- fixed 'Open Report' prompt not showing the correct file path in some cases
- fixed 'Open Report' prompt fails to open the report correctly in some cases
- [HTML Generator] added an option to choose between Unicode and ANSI encoding
- [HTML Generator] tweaked some minor things in HTML code
- [HTML Generator] improved the display of additional detected language folders and skins in the report
- [HTML/TXT Generator] added an option to add the time stamp at the end of the file name
- [HTML/TXT Generator] added an option to delete old reports automatically when creating a new one
- [HTML/TXT Generator] fixed a small quirk in the plugin summary calculation code

Most interesting are the revamped preferences and a few new options. The update checks mainly need some server side love, but they are not functional in this release.

A newer language file will be released within the next few days

Any feedback is welcome.

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Old 18th March 2012, 12:39   #180
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Hi Koopa,

I just noticed on the 4.0 Beta's "Playback Settings" tab that the MP3 extension is not listed with the "Registered File Extensions:". It is also not listed by the Info Tool's previous version.

The MP3 extension is selected in my Winamp preferences for associated file types. I know it is registered for Winamp because all my MP3 files listed in Windows Explorer show the icons from the Winamp Icon library that I'm using.

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Old 18th March 2012, 13:06   #181
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Can you send me your winamp.ini file? You can use the Info Tool > Directories to open the path of the file. Also a HTML or TXT report would be useful, you can send it via PM if you don't won't to make it public.
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Can you send me your winamp.ini file? You can use the Info Tool > Directories to open the path of the file. Also a HTML or TXT report would be useful, you can send it via PM if you don't won't to make it public.
How do I do that? The PM editor says the message is too long. Is there a way to add attachments?

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Old 18th March 2012, 15:02   #183
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Hi Koopa,

In my winamp.ini there is the following:

config_extlist=:M3U:M3U8

So the report is correct. However mp3 is also selected in the winamp file types preferences, so where is this info saved? Could it be the following line (also in winamp.ini)?

defext=mp3

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Old 18th March 2012, 15:17   #184
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You can upload it to some webspace provider or send it to me via mail.

defext=mp3 is only the assumed extension for unknown file types. This has nothing to do with the registered file extensions.

When you re-register the file extensions in Winamp's Prefs > File types (select all, audio only etc), does it update the winamp.ini file?

It's also possible, that you've registered the file extensions with Winamp via the Windows "Open File with" function or with the "Select standard program" under Vista/Win7. In both cases, Windows would save the info in the registry then and the internal Winamp function wouldn't be used.

I dunno, if it's worth then, to check for all possible extensions in the registry and see if they are registered with Winamp, because I must check for a loooot of extensions then, also ideally Winamp's own function should be used and all registered file extensions should be written to the winamp.ini file.
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When you re-register the file extensions in Winamp's Prefs > File types (select all, audio only etc), does it update the winamp.ini file?

It's also possible, that you've registered the file extensions with Winamp via the Windows "Open File with" function or with the "Select standard program" under Vista/Win7. In both cases, Windows would save the info in the registry then and the internal Winamp function wouldn't be used.

I dunno, if it's worth then, to check for all possible extensions in the registry and see if they are registered with Winamp, because I must check for a loooot of extensions then, also ideally Winamp's own function should be used and all registered file extensions should be written to the winamp.ini file.
I had disabled the option to "restore file associations on winamp start". I enabled it and now
get "config_extlist=:MP3:M3U:M3U8" in winamp.ini.

And now that you mentioned it, I remember awhile back my mp3s stopped showing the winamp icon and I used the Windows "Open File with" function to restore it.

So all is working as it should. Thank you for helping me clear things up. Please don't check all registry extensions to see if they are registered with Winamp. That would be 'overkill' when users just need to let the internal Winamp function do it's thing.

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Old 24th March 2012, 19:22   #186
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Trying out the 4.0 Beta. It shows that I have Winamp version 5.6.2.3199 installed and thinks that an update is available. However, that seems to be the latest version, at least according to the forum here. I clicked the "Update" button but nothing seemed to happen. So, I'm not sure if this part is working properly or not.

The ANSI preference works great for the HTML report. Here's the output it generated for me: http://www.markheadrick.com/winamp-info.shtml

Thanks for all the work!
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Old 26th March 2012, 09:03   #187
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I'm glad, that you're happy with the ANSI option.

As for the update services, I simply have not finished the code for it now. I guess I made a quick note in my previous posting.

The problem is, that they block FTP support at work, so I only can work on that stuff at home.

So the Winamp and the Backup Tool check are not functional yet, but finishing the update code is no big deal, just a matter of time.

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Old 26th March 2012, 20:14   #188
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Ah, OK, cool. That explains that then. Guess I missed that tidbit of information.
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Old 9th July 2012, 16:57   #189
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Just a small update, before people forget about the tool.

I'm working on the 4.0 final version, which I can hopefully finish soon.
Along with some bug fixes it will have the following key changes:

- new preferences window (already known from the test builds)
- a lot of improvements in the HTML generator
- installer
- portable mode
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Here is a sneak preview of one of the HTML improvements for the next version:



These things are working pretty well. Just need to finalize the installer and fix some minor issues I've seen. Hopefully the new version with the brand new installer isn't far anymore.

I'm not happy with the old preferences design in 3.x, which is still the public stable build, so I'm using all energy to finish v4.0

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Also added listing of the installed language packs (.wlz) and the additional language files (.lng) in the language pack sub folder, if available.

http://www.meggamusic.co.uk/shup/1346531660/better.png

http://www.meggamusic.co.uk/shup/1346531714/2.png


I'm not too sure, why I never did this before. :/
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Old 23rd September 2012, 20:47   #192
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Winamp Info Tool v4.0 Beta 2 available

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4.0 Beta 2:

- made Backup Tool 'Run' button transforms into a 'Download' button if Winamp Backup Tool isn't present on the system
- made BT version number label smaller to provide enough room for the update button, if BT is installed
- made BT version number label larger, if no BT is present on the system, so that translators have more room for the text
- renamed 'Download Icon Libraries' & 'Download Tray Icon Packs' buttons to 'Download'
- made the new 'Download' buttons smaller and right aligned
- fixed that the Update button for Backup Tool was mistakenly shown, when no Backup Tool is installed
- fixed that the Winamp Backup Tool update check was showing a wrong version number in some cases
- fixed 'Run' button functionallity for Backup Tool on 64-Bit systems
- [HTML/TXT Generator] added detection of Winamp Language Packs
- [HTML/TXT Generator] added detection of additional language files from the language sub folder, e.g. de-de (includes winampa.lng if available)
- [HTML/TXT Generator] added summary for installed language pack & language files
- [HTML Generator] report shows outdated Winamp and Backup Tool versions in red and adds also a link for updates
- [HTML Generator] added a link to the Winamp Backup Tool forum thread, if no Backup Tool is installed
- [HTML Generator ANSI] fixed that it wasn't opening the report correctly in some cases
- [HTML Generator ANSI] fixed that it wasn't able to add the date at the end of the file name
- [HTML Generator ANSI] fixed a bug, that the old reports were not deleted correctly
- [HTML Generator ANSI] fixed a couple of bugs in the summary calculation code
The whole code for the backup tool buttons was so buggy, that I had to rewrite it.
Additionally I've noticed, that the ANSI version of the HTML report missed some code parts, which resulted in some glitches. Last, but not least, the 'Run' button for BT wasn't working on 64 Bit systems.

But you can find some new features is this build as well, the HTML report is now able to show outdated Winamp and Backup Tool versions and can list language packs and language files.

Along with a large number of cosmetic improvements, I hope I can release a new final as soon as possible.

More infos and an updated language file will follow soon.

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Old 6th October 2012, 08:59   #193
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Curious, where does it save its settings? Think I'm running into a permissions issue so I need to know what file and where it's trying to save settings to.

Running Windows 7 Pro 64bit now.

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In the same user folder where Winamp stores the data, e.g.

Win 7:

C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Roaming\Winamp\Winamp_Info_Tool.ini

You can access the folder directly via the 'Directories' tab in the tool.

Normally, there shouldn't be any permission issue, with the settings.

Report(s) will be stored in the same location by default.

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Old 6th October 2012, 21:31   #195
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OK. It's ignoring the report path then. It saves the new path in the INI file:

[HTML Report]
Style=0
ReportSkins=1
ReportTray=1
ReportIcoLib=1
ReportVis=0
Path=C:\www\markheadrick_com\
CountFiles=1
Encoding=ANSI

However, every time I start the program, the path in the options panel is back to the: C:\Users\(user)\AppData\Roaming\Winamp\ path and saves the report there even though I've changed the path. Seems like it's hard-coded to go there and ignores whatever path you browse to.
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Seeing some weirdness here as well, will try to fix it as soon as possible. Thanks for the report.

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MarkRH:

Could you give this a try:

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I've also fixed, that the option to delete older reports never was working, if a custom path was selected.

The only thing I'm seeing so far now is a small cosmetic issue in the open prompt, where it shows \\ in the path, when you've selected the root of a drive. Will workaround this as well.

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OK, looks like this latest version is now reading the custom path and saving the report there. Restarting the program still shows the saved path in the options panel.

So, looks like that bug has been squashed.
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Doh.. found another bug I think.. in the HTML report, it's not showing English output here:

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<tr><td><b>Installed Winamp Backup Tool Version:</b></td>
<td><a href="http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?t=328932">Winamp Backup Tool</a>
ist auf diesem System nicht vorhanden</td>
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Everything else in the report seems to be in English.
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Probably happened when I added the link stuff, will fix it soon. Again thanks for your feedback, much appreciated.

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