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NANY 2011 Release: Ethervane Radio 0.2.4

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PhilB66:
Cleared the history table with SQLiteSpy   :up:

Cheers,

Phil

allen:
This is outstanding.

Where is the default db drawn from?

tranglos:
This is outstanding.

Where is the default db drawn from?
-allen (January 14, 2011, 12:59 PM)
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All kinds of sources. Websites, conversion from other formats, etc. I did eliminate a large number of stations that yield 404 and other permanent connection errors, but there still is a number of stations that are or appear defunct. I'll try to trim them at some later point.

allen:
Looks like you have 2/3 of the Blue Mars stations. The third is self-titled

Blue Mars
http://207.200.96.225:8020/listen.pls

bob99:


"Playing" with ER.  Using the Find Station I put in a couple of station call letters I knew.  They weren't in the database yet.  Went back to your 1st post and read about the search feature so I tried the city name.  Up pops the stations in the DB for the city. COOL!

Clicked on one of them, sorry don't remember which one, and I got this pop-up:

NANY 2011 Release: Ethervane Radio 0.2.4

It's the 1st time it has happened and I've brought up a number of random stations and now some in different city or country searches.
This is on my Win 7 x64 with Windows Security Essentials AV.

If it helps I can go back through the history and see if it happens again.
 

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