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Jooky

Jooky is a frontend for MP3 players which can run as a daemon and be controlled through client/server operations or telnet. It can run full screen/curses, be daemonized, or be /etc/inittabed.

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  •  30 Apr 2002 04:34

    Release Notes: This version supports autoconf, so id3 and ogg can be optional. id3tag support is included and works with both interactive and non-interactive play, and a bug in daemon mode when using -q was fixed.

    •  20 Apr 2002 04:43

      Release Notes: This release fixes randomizing to work with multiple directories by randomizing during play instead of when loading. The song list now prints one list, no matter what the screen area is. The 'z' key now toggles between random and ordered play, and the random mode has been fixed. Added a tree-walking -L option, and the ability to remove a selection from the loop using the 'd' key.

      •  18 Apr 2002 05:55

        Release Notes: This release adds the option for multiple "-l" directories, and fixes a serious daemonizing bug. The bug with the screen reset was also fixed and the stty code from 0.98a was removed.

        •  18 Apr 2002 01:51

          Release Notes: Removal of all the Vorbis code and linking to it the right way, removal of the Red Hat 6.0 compile junk, addition of stty to the list of programs (stty -g is being used to "steal" the stty settings and resetting them at the end because some of the ncurses have bugs and don't reset the screen right).

          •  28 Nov 2000 22:28

            Release Notes: aumix is not required, but if not present, 'm' and right/left arrow keys will be disabled and no mixer functions will be present. A fix for a screen resizing bug on the help keys lines, an automatic DSP check turn off after 3 seconds, and a fix for a field length for the mixer out.

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