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    On 06/19/2012 06:16 AM, Achim123 wrote:
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      <pre wrap="">The problem is that Banshee seems to be a really big project, and I couldn't
find a tutorial on how to implement Banshee in my C# project :-|

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    According to:<br>
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    <a href="http://banshee.fm/about/">http://banshee.fm/about/</a><br>
    Banshee is written in C# with mono.<br>
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    There may or may not be a tutorial, but if you look at the code and
    what the public interfaces to it are, i'm sure you can find a way to
    do what you need to do, no?<br>
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    -Rob<br>
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