Release Notes: A fix for a large error in the automatic rating system that raised the rating on an MP3 if you tried to lower it.
Release Notes: A fix so that the GUI refreshed properly, code cleanups, removal of a needless dependency on a /tmp file, and a new icon in the GUI.
Release Notes: Completely rewritten, with a GTK GUI and much cleaner code.
Release Notes: Fixes for several bugs, one of which liked to halt the MP3 player in play, removal of a lot of dead code, and change of the MP3 rating range from 1-5 to 1-10.
Release Notes: An option has been added to change the mp3's value to whatever you want it to be during play, a more easily maintained database is now used, and some old variables that were getting passed around unused have been removed.
Release Notes: Fixes for the random player and a bug that let the player get caught in play-loops, and a new option to play the previous song.
Release Notes: This version adds recursive file searching, so you can have your MP3s in multiple directories.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug which prevents building the database, and a new option to vary the ratings of the MP3s so that they are not played repeatedly.
Release Notes: An automanager of the MP3 rating section was added. You can now skip a song. If you skip a song, the song's rating goes down by 1, and if you listen to a song in it's entirety, the song's rating goes up by 1. This makes it a lot easier to manage the ratings of the MP3s. The database doesn't keep deleted MP3s in it's archives anymore. Upgrading is recommended.
Release Notes: A new feature allows the user to play all songs greater than and equal to a certain score. The database is now capable of being updated, instead of continually rewritten. Also, you can now see how many files there are of each rating, so you don't have 50% of your mp3s at rating 4, and the database no longer gets screwed up by non-mp3 files.