./wip/dmapd, DAAP (iTunes) and DPAP (iPhoto) shares server

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.0.50, Package name: dmapd-0.0.50, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

The dmapd project provides a GObject-based, Open Source DMAP server
with the following features:

Support for both DAAP and DPAP
Support for realtime transcoding of media formats not natively
supported by clients
Support for many metadata formats, such as those associated
with Ogg Vorbis and MP3 (e.g., ID3)
Detection of video streams so that clients may play them as
video
Use of GStreamer to support a wide range of audio and video
CODECs
Caching of photograph thumbnails to avoid regenerating them
each time the server restarts

Dmapd runs on Linux and other POSIX operating systems. It has been
used on OpenWrt Linux-based systems with as little as 32MB of memory
to serve music, video and photograph libraries containing thousands
of files.


Required to run:
[graphics/GraphicsMagick] [graphics/libexif] [graphics/png] [databases/db4] [multimedia/gst-plugins0.10-base] [multimedia/gstreamer0.10] [devel/glib2] [devel/check] [graphics/gdk-pixbuf2] [net/libdmapsharing3]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/x11-links] [pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 502104ce7072a23d39d9c7d00fec5415ac893b37
RMD160: 85bf543b2716cebe77f4e4324d058e813ec70fb1
Filesize: 383.809 KB

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   2012-12-03 21:56:54 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Import dmapd-0.0.50 as wip/dmapd.

The dmapd project provides a GObject-based, Open Source DMAP server
with the following features:

    Support for both DAAP and DPAP
    Support for realtime transcoding of media formats not natively
    supported by clients
    Support for many metadata formats, such as those associated
    with Ogg Vorbis and MP3 (e.g., ID3)
    Detection of video streams so that clients may play them as
    video
    Use of GStreamer to support a wide range of audio and video
    CODECs
    Caching of photograph thumbnails to avoid regenerating them
    each time the server restarts

Dmapd runs on Linux and other POSIX operating systems. It has been
used on OpenWrt Linux-based systems with as little as 32MB of memory
to serve music, video and photograph libraries containing thousands
of files.

TODO:
User/group handling.
Create var directories (/var/cache/dmapd/DAAP and /usr/pkg/var/lock/subsys/)
Add rc.d script.

Can't play files served by dmapd with iTunes 10 or 11 -- connections work
fine, but playing music just does nothing -- wiz 20121203.