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GQmpeg

GQmpeg is a frontend to various audio players, featuring themes (skins), playlists, and many configuration options. Supported backends are mpg123, ogg123, xmp, and video4linux radio tuners.

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  •  07 Apr 2004 15:14

    Release Notes: A division by zero bug that was introduced in the previous release was fixed.

    •  05 Apr 2004 20:50

      Release Notes: Accelerators have been added for the playlist window buttons and menus. Slow playlist loading with the playlist window open has been fixed. There are updates to the skin engine, and text in skins is now anti-aliased. There are miscellaneous bugfixes.

      •  16 Mar 2004 14:03

        Release Notes: This release was ported to GTK 2. The file management dialogs were updated, and drag and drop was improved.

        •  02 Feb 2003 14:08

          Release Notes: Fixes were made to support the output format of ogginfo in vorbis tools 1.0 final. The French translation was updated.

          •  05 Sep 2002 07:12

            Release Notes: This release includes various small bug fixes.

            Recent comments

            17 Apr 2000 12:47 foxpaw

            GQmpeg Home Page
            Apparently it has moved to: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Haven/5235/mpeg-index.html (http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Haven/5235/mpeg-index.html).


            Found that with a little search on Google.

            01 Apr 2000 13:07 drrobin

            GQMPEG Site...
            Although gqview.netpedia.net is down, you can still get the stuff at:

            http://www.netpedia.net/hosting/gqview/

            I'm guessing that their name server croaked

            01 Apr 2000 08:58 starface

            Source files
            Well, for right now you can get the source files from debian. They have the raw stuff archived, as well as a debianized patch.

            27 Feb 2000 13:27 evandro

            good
            the best mp3 player for X11. very small and fast.

            the themes can change the look to whatever you want.

            16 Jan 2000 10:58 sanityimp

            is he dead?
            Did the author get hit by a train or something?
            he seems to have ceased all development. I emailed him but havent gotten a responce. I think ill start hacking at this to get some recursive directory support and what not into it. cant promise anything.

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