Release Notes: Track names are now editable, the time display now has additional modes, CDDB lookup can be initiated/aborted at any time, CDDB lookup of long track/disc names is now fixed, the volume control now allows louder volumes and inital support for cd-changers has been added.
Release Notes: GUI improvements, support for the 'http_proxy' environment variable, and restructuring to allow a cd-player-only version (GCD) to be compiled.
Release Notes: Support for ID3 tags in mp3 files, better control over ripping / encoding timing (for slower machines with limited drive space)
Release Notes: Numerous small changes, including improved filename handling and "nice" level support for rip/encode processes.
Release Notes: Version 1.0 adds support for simultaneous rip and encode, works better with BladeEnc, and adds some new status icons to the LCD display. While Grip still runs on all versions of gtk+, v1.1.x is now required to take full advantage of Grip's features.
Release Notes: This version now uses http instead of the (now deprecated) cddb method of disc lookup. The use of a proxy server is supported for people behind firewalls. The output directory for ripping/encoding is now more configurable (tracks can be placed in subdirectories based on artist/disc, for example).
Release Notes: This version improves multi-track selection, and should now work properly with gtk+ 1.1.x.
Release Notes: This version supports multi-track ripping/encoding and adds a volume control, output directory specification, optional deleting of .wav files after encoding, and more configurable output filenames. In addition, it should now compile on bleeding-edge versions of gtk+.