Old 11th August 2013, 08:43   #1
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Saving playlists with WASABI

So I was gonna make a gen window to allow a user to edit/create playlists in WebJockey (because WebJockey basically takes over the Playlist Editor) and I already had a playlist loading function already done inside WebJockey but not a saving playlist function.

I went to the api_playlistmanager.h file and saw that there was only one function for saving playlists: int Save(const wchar_t *filename, ifc_playlist *playlist); which seems pretty straight-forward, takes a playlist filename (wchar_t *), and some kind of playlist call back object (ifc_playlist *) and probably returns a fail/success code of some kind.

Problem is, I can't find "ifc_playlist" anywhere in the SDK except in "api_playlistmanager.h" I can't find it in the old Wasabi SDK either or via Google search.

Is it available anywhere?
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Old 11th August 2013, 21:17   #2
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things with the SDK are basically a complete mess. ifc_playlist was known as api_playlist if i remember correctly. until some other things get sorted out, there's little chance of a properly working playlist for such things (which also affects the jnetlib stuff) for a while to come (sorry).
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Old 12th August 2013, 07:28   #3
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...ifc_playlist was known as api_playlist...
Bingo, that was the info I needed. I found a version of "api_playlist.h" with Google and it woks.

Thanks.
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