GNOME VFS pjb method v0.2
Progress on the pjbvfs method has been slow but steady. With the latest CVS version of the pjbsdk, this can now be used to copy node off of the device, rename and delete nodes. Work is continuing on writing to the device, this will also mean changes to the pjbsdk before it can be completed.
The code for this method is in CVS
GNOME VFS pjb method update
This will allow any GnomeVFS aware application (particularly Nautilus and possibly rhythmbox via GStreamer) directly view the device as part of the Virtual File System. See screenshot section for an screenshot, showing progress.
GNOME 2 port
With the almost complete release of the GNOME 2 platform, the next release of the pjbmanager for GNOME 1, will be the last of this incarnation, and the application is currently in the early being ported to GNOME 2.
Development version 0.3.3
The start of a new line of development in the plbmanager code, with a whole raft of new features, including upload/download of binary files, manual flush of the TOC, and the first cut of a 'play' feature.
No binaries yet, but you can download the latest source from CVS (in the download section)
GNOME VFS pjb method
Initial 'proof of concept' work has started on a GNOME VFS plugin for the pjb. This will allow any GnomeVFS aware application (particularly Nautilus) directly view the device as part of the Virtual File System. See screenshot section for an initial view.
This is a separate effort from the already existing pjbfs kernel module, as it is only loaded into the 'user space', and so is hopefully less of a 'risk'.
The website has now got a brand new look, and is actually totally rewritten, so that the contents is managed better
Its all done with PHP4 (using a modified FastTemplate), and the contents is now stored in XML and transformed into HTML