Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs. Part of them caused compilation failures or even crashes on newer systems or newer libraries used by MOC.
Release Notes: This stable release fixes a few bugs, including problems with newer curl versions, problems with tags in Internet streams with some radio stations, and more.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs, including cracks when playing on some software/hardware configurations.
Release Notes: This release fixes 16 known bugs. It adds a new command and a configuration option to disable displaying full file paths in the playlist.
Release Notes: This release adds custom main window layout, support for UTF-8, WMA, executing external commands, a cache for tags, and a lot more.
Release Notes: A few memory leaks have been fixed. A workaround for the problem with the backspace key on many terminals has been added. Problems with compilation on OpenBSD have been fixed.
Release Notes: Problems with performance when playing MP3 files on handheld devices without FPUs were solved. Two bugs causing a crash were fixed. A few other bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds fixes for many bugs. Some of them are already included in the FreeBSD port, but can help on NetBSD and other systems. The release also includes a few ALSA fixes, fixes for address compilation issues on non-Linux systems, and more.
Release Notes: Support for Internet streams was added. Newly supported file formats include Musepack and Speex. MOC can now use the JACK server for sound output. Sample rate and other sound conversions can be performed. Playlists in PLS version 2 format can now be loaded. Many other improvements were made.
Release Notes: The most important changes are that MP3 files with bad CRC checksums produced by some broken encoders can be played, and this release works fine on NetBSD.