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Herrie

Herrie is a command line music player. It has a split-screen file manager and playlist interface and supports a number of file formats (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, wave, FLAC, etc). It also has some nice features, including a chroot() function for untrusted setups (remote logins, parties, etc). AudioScrobbler is also implemented using Curl.

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  •  14 Oct 2008 17:24

    Release Notes: This release includes a new Ukranian translation. It also has various fixes to the XSPF playlist parsing code to add support for relative path names, and fixes a small bug to prevent the XML file from containing non-UTF-8 characters.

    •  15 Jul 2008 17:19

      Release Notes: This release includes various stability fixes. There are minor usability improvements such as the 'F' button, which allows you to jump back to a track in the file browser after adding it to the playlist.

      •  01 Apr 2008 22:06

        Release Notes: This release adds volume support for ALSA systems. This means you can now use the ( and ) buttons on Linux to change the volume. A small bug has been fixed in command line argument handling that caused the -c switch to reject relative path names.

        •  16 Mar 2008 16:10

          Release Notes: This release contains a new Portuguese Brazilian translation. The configuration file switch vfs.lockup.chroot has been changed to support pathnames using ~/ and ~username/.

          •  12 Feb 2008 21:16

            Release Notes: This release adds full support for Debian GNU/kFreeBSD. It also fixes a small bug that caused the application to get stuck during shutdown. A Chinese translation has been contributed as well.

            Recent comments

            09 Aug 2008 00:39 thomp

            great player
            Herrie has a number of nice features: nice split-screen interface, easy file-based configuration, and straightforward filesystem navigation. About the only downside I encountered was use with xterm - difficult to navigate, etc. - recommended to use konsole or another term with color support, etc.

            29 Aug 2007 06:46 bkhl

            Text mode
            This looks like a text mode or TUI application, rather than a command line application.

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