Name: Marc Britten
Member since: 2001-11-30 03:29:09
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C++ Programmer with an apt-get fetish

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Wow, totally forgot about this.

been trying to work on a few things, I started the netmd-dev mailing list and the libnetmd project.

these are for the NetMD product line that Sony started with minidisc's. They allow for USB transfer to a MD player, plus other levels of control.

We currently cannot download tracks, but can do the full array of track editing features.

I'm also working on a kernel module to allow USB URB sniffing to help future USB developers out.

well, so far piebald is tested ok only on debian unstable

with both gcc 2.95.4 and 3.03

If any one is reading this and can tell me why gprof isn't picking up code coverage information in piebald that would be great.

I get basic function call info but nothing else

password is guest

anonymous cvs for piebald(a c++ Xlib toolkit, basicly a playtoy so i can get to know xlib) is setup at

checkout development/piebald

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