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Old 9th April 2024
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Default Clementine broken in 7.5

After upgrade to 7.5 I am lacking music player I prefer, which is Clementine.
This is no longer in ports and version from 7.4 has broken dependencies. Any hints? Does anybody know why this got dropped? Unfortunately Strawberry is not in ports on OpenBSD.
I am really addicted to one of those two
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There is a dependency on protobuf which broke the port; it does not build. It is still in the ports tree, but marked "BROKEN". See https://cvsweb.openbsd.org/ports/aud...ntine/Makefile for more info.
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Initially your options are to convince someone to fix it for you or learn how to fix it yourself.

Past that, look at currently functional media players in OpenBSD migrate to one of those.

For my own needs, I tend to background music while doing other tasks and find that the music player daemon (mpd) does this efficiently (takes about 3% of the cpu). There are a number of mpd backends some of which will get close to the Clementine interface.

https://github.com/CDrummond/cantata#

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thank you all. Actually I don't have enough skills to fix Clementine myself.
I have installed Cantata in the meantime, but it worries me, that there hasn't been an update for years. Seems like it's heading same direction soon.
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