muzikQ is a curses audio player. It currently supports MP3 and Ogg. It also supports tag editing, rating, and telnet/ssh control. It is appropriate for a Linux system with limited resources dedicated to audio playback.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The configuration menu has been fixed and has a new look. The CDROM option in the configuration menu no longer segfaults. Functions keys (such as F1) have been removed due to a conflict when using X-Windows. This release also adds FILE I/O and String handling enhancements, a major code cleanup, and many other major and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: A bug in which delete caused muzikQ to go to the next song was fixed. "SDL_delay(100)" was added to fix a segfault bug. Error checking was added to fix a bug that caused muzikQ to crash if a file wasn't read correctly. It now skips to the next song instead.
Release Notes: A bug with CDROM support that caused muzikQ 0.2.1 to crash was fixed. Minor display bugs were fixed. A bug that caused problems with saving playlist was fixed. The tag editor was enhanced. A segfault which occurred when the currently playing song is deleted was fixed. Totals such as the number of files, file size, and total time are now displayed in the left bottom. The filename is now displayed properly in the tag window. Sample rate handling was fixed. A configuration menu was added. Pressing "T" goes to the top of the playlist. The -c command line switch was fixed.
Release Notes: CD-ROM support. A memory leak has been fixed. Pressing '9' no longer causes the file browser to pop up. Configuration options have been added. General code cleanup.
No changes have been submitted for this release.