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Infra Recorder
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Already in progress

Actually, there are already two different versions of this out there..

John did one that got into pre-release a few months ago of 0.43.1 - https://portableapps.com/node/8035

And someone else recently did an unofficial version of 0.44.1 - https://portableapps.com/node/11632

According to search
https://portableapps.com/search/node/infrarecorder it seems to be a very popular app.

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In Testing

It's already in beta testing, there's one here and one here. Check them out.

Also, in the future, please provide more information in your Request post, follwing these guidelines, and please use the search feature located at the top right of this page, you'll often find your answer much more quickly.

Edit: I'm too slow lol

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Welcome

Welcome to PortableApps.com

The search box is pretty useful, it found this:
InfraRecorder Portable 0.43.1 Pre-Release 4 (Testers Needed)
Wink

Edit:
Dang nabbit! Well I always like forums with too much response instead of too little!

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Oh What The Heck

Everyone else is making comments a minute too late, so I'll make mine 12 hours and 15 minutes late, just to fit in.

Welcome to PortableApps.com

InfraRecorder is already in testing here, just in need of an update an official release.

Should I put an edit? Yea sure.

Edit: Lol, whoops... you guys beat me to it! Blum

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LOL, That's good!

LOL, That's good!

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I wonder about these

I wonder about these InfraRecorder requests, coming up so often Smile
Because a portable Version is already available at the original download-site:
http://infrarecorder.sourceforge.net/?page_id=5

Or is this just about packing it into a PAF?

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PAF

It's about PAF, always about PAF. As well, I don't know if that portable version was out when John did his.

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It was

I have it on PStart... Wink

If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port,
and the bus is interrupted as a very last resort,
and the address of the memory makes your floppy disk abort,
then the socket packet pocket has an error to report Biggrin

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Cant the already

Cant the already portable-version from infrarec-site be packed as PAF very fast and easily? I think there is no need for beta-testing etc... I dont need PAF-Version, but it would be cool to have it anyway, because these request are annoying Smile

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ALWAYS TEST

atreiju,

ALWAYS TEST!
Better Safe Than Sorry.

I hate revision 2, revision 3, re-releases Sad
Makes us look bad Blum

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Things have got to get better, they can't get worse, or can they?

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Noncense.. sortof

Testing is good, but there's something like overkill. When an application is made portable, and initial beta releases work well, sometimes some issues will be ironed out. I'm all for a good beta test period. But when the application of one of the first betas works well, and as a matter of fact I use some beta releases still, I wonder what happens when a month passes without reports of issues?

Time passes and people start using Beta apps just because of the lack of saying, ok, we tested it for a while and no issues have turned up, lets make it a real release.

Maybe we all hate revision 2 and 3 re-releases, but it does not make us look bad. It makes us look like if there is an issue, we deal with it and release a fixed version.

Releasing some Betas and then never publish it... The forum posts fade away upto a part that no-one even dares to resurrect the old post... new versions arrive... and then start all over again...?

In the case of InfraRecorder (the old Beta), I'm using it instead of the regular version. But when new versions come and go, and there is no new PAF version it might look like the portable version is abandoned. When a user comes along and creates a PAF of a later version there's commotion about "there's already one' etc.

I just want a CD burner, and rather have a portable one. (My CD Burner is so old, the software that came with it now belongs in a museum.)

Beta testing is good, is needed. But also a release is needed. I rather have a revision than a Beta. And maybe we can't do without both.

But I disagree a revision will make us look bad.

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and I

agree with you... we are getting plenty of working good beta tests... Sad

If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port,
and the bus is interrupted as a very last resort,
and the address of the memory makes your floppy disk abort,
then the socket packet pocket has an error to report Biggrin

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Well stated!

Nuf said

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I'm With Tim

I think revisions do make us look bad. And many apps have been sitting in beta way to long, but others need some good testing, there's always the few odd people of the ones testing with a problem that would have been much worse had the app been released.

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yes

but those are the apps that goes trough the whole process... Smile

there are always exceptions...

If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port,
and the bus is interrupted as a very last resort,
and the address of the memory makes your floppy disk abort,
then the socket packet pocket has an error to report Biggrin

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PuTTY, Notepad++, and GIMP

That, is why revisions make us look bad. I mean, not creating a settings directory causing settings not to be saved. Testing is certainly needed.

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Yeah, testing is needed But

Yeah, testing is needed Smile

But it's not the end of the world.

Maybe revisions helps a SF.net top 3 position Blum

So forget for a moment about all these things that 'make us look bad' and switch to 'looks like we care' for a while. No software is without bugs, errors, issues, etc.

Else me might end up with apps being in beta longer than MicroSoft takes to shelve out another version of Windows.

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Good

point, we could end up in a Google style infinate beta!

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@ ALL

To all replies above in this SubThread as of 11:25am today.

Please note, I said "always test"
I did not say "go back to Alpha/Step 1"

A one week Beta/RC1 would not kill anyone.
"Beta" safe than sorry ;-P

Tim

Things have got to get better, they can't get worse, or can they?

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Haha

"Beta" safe than sorry ;-P

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ditto

its definitively trademarkable. Smile

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I'll

ditto that Smile

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