As well as all this loveliness, Bob's already created a Delphi component for Snarl as well - you can find that here.
As always with this sort of thing, documentation will range from limited to non-existent, and you'll usually be expected to figure out where individual files should be put. You should also consider that the builds may simply not work on your setup before installing them (although usually simply reinstating the original files should resolve the problem).
Finally, I'm always very keen to hear feedback, but please ensure you clearly explain which version of nightly build you're using when posting a possible bug report.
If all that hasn't put you off, check out V43.30 (pre-Beta 2) here:
I'm particularly impressed with the iTunes Plug-in as this is my first foray into C coding since 1992 and, after a remarkable number of buffer-overruns, it's actually doing what it should - i.e. not crash iTunes immediately.
Both can be found here:
And will make it into the Applications page shortly.
SnarlMail and SnarlTunes should be considered deprecated, however I'll leave them available from the site in case anyone prefers to use them. In the interests of open-ness, the iTunes Plug-in doesn't currently support displaying the album artwork so that might be a reason to continue using SnarlTunes for the moment.
As always, feedback very much welcomed.
This is something I've been working on in parallel to Snarl. It started out as a little hobby-project that I was intending to only use myself. Then a few colleagues saw it on my laptop and it went viral. It's fundamentally a Start->Run... replacement with extra functionality and eye candy.
Here's a teaser...
Download it via the link under the main download button, or direct from here.
I've been a bit slack on news so here's a quick round-up...
George Slavov has updated his Winamp plugin for Snarl. It'll make its way onto the applications page in due course, in the meantime you can read more about it (and download it) here: http://georgeslavov.wordpress.com. One thing it does which I really like is update notification content rather than simply creating a new notification each time - much easier on screen space!
Shawn McTear is currently working on a Python implementation of SNP 2.0 - it's still a work-in-progress, but you can follow developments here: https://github.com/syst3mfailur3/pySNP - it's looking pretty good already...
On Snarl matters, we've had a flurry of GNTP applications which don't work correctly with Snarl. This has been partly attributed to Snarl being too strict on applying the letter of the law when it comes to the GNTP specification. I've relaxed the rules slightly which should improve compatability significantly. There are still some other bugs (missing notification text and broken callbacks) to iron out but it's nice to see people cross-testing between GfW and Snarl!
Lastly, I've been putting the finishing touches to SnarlMail 1.2 Beta 1. We've been pretty quiet about promoting this as it's always been pretty unstable, and Sven had a go at creating an Outlook Add-In (SnarlMail is a daemon) but we've had reports of users unable to install it due to Outlook permission issues. I've got a few final tweaks to make and then it'll be uploaded in the next few days.
In the meantime, here's some snaps:
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